In the internet age of instant YouTube stardom, aspiring performers are always looking for a new angle to get that breakout viral clip that could help launch them. It looks like guitarists Chad Neidt and Brian O'Sullivan have found one; their newly-uploaded clip -- in which they perform a jaw-dropping double-digit medley of Taylor Swift songs -- has garnered more than 25,000 views since it was uploaded at the beginning of May.
Fans everywhere are looking forward to the 2013 CMT Music Awards, which are coming up in June. The first country music awards show to let fans vote for their favorites, the yearly event also features live performances by some of country's biggest artists -- and this year is no exception.
Don't miss your chance to see one of country music's biggest superstar, Taylor Swift. Taylor's "RED" tour will make a stop at Cowboys Stadium on Saturday, May 25. The concert is sold out, but KNUE and America's Car Mart have your chance to be there!
Tim McGraw's 'Highway Don't Care' video is like a mini-movie, which isn't surprising, since the singer has had plenty of big screen experience as an actor in full-length films. The clip acts as somewhat of a PSA to warn of the dangers of texting and driving. But it's not that simple.
If you have ever doubted that an edgy dubstep song could be perfectly performed by two violinists, then you'll want to watch the latest rendition of Taylor Swift's single 'I Knew You Were Trouble,' which was recently covered by two guys in their early twenties known as the Subway Violinists.
Sometimes the best things in life take the longest, and in the case of Kevin McGuire, it took one full year of waiting. After missing out on being Taylor Swift's date to last year's ACM Awards, the 19-year-old -- who has survived a difficult battle with leukemia -- suited up and went to the 2013 ACMs with the star.
Have you ever heard me on the show making fun of the dinky little cupcake Taylor Swift once made me? Look carefully at my most recent chat with her (above) and you can just barely see it. It even has its own microphone!
When superstar Taylor Swift penned 'Tim McGraw' years ago, she probably had no idea that in the future, the icon would passionately discuss his deep admiration for her, even diving into how she changed country music in a very special way.
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