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New Country Discovery: Little Big Town - Pain Killer

Little Big Town's island-flavored video for "Pain Killer" includes a scene in which the group is singing underwater. Karen Fairchild says they did those water-logged scenes in one take wearing some pretty intense waterproof makeup. Read more...

New Country Discovery: Kip Moore - I'm To Blame

Kip co-wrote “I’m to Blame” with Westin Davis and Justin Weaver. It’s the lead single from his upcoming album Wild Ones. Read more...

New Country Discovery: Darius Rucker - Southern Style

Check out the new video for Darius Rucker's SOUTHERN STYLE! Read more...

New Country Discovery: Canaan Smith

"Love You Like That"

Check out Canaan Smith's new video for "Love You Like That" Read more...

New Music From Brett Eldredge

Listen to it here!!

Brett Eldredge has celebrated a lot of success with his debut CD and now a new CD is set to be released! Read more...

New Country Discovery: Chris Janson - Buy Me A Boat

Money can't buy you everything...but it can BUY YOU A BOAT! Read more...

New Country Discovery: Rachele Lynae - Whole Lotta Nothin'

Meet Rachele Lynae! Read more...

Meet Countryfest Artist Lauren Alaina

Lauren Alaina, Countryfest performer and runner-up on the 10th season of American Idol, stopped by John and Tammy in the Morning today and talked about performing at Countryfest.  Read more...

New Country Discovery: Brantley Gilbert - One Hell Of An Amen

Happy Memorial Day. Today we remember all of those who lost their lives so that we can enjoy our freedoms at home. We do so today with "One Hell Of An Amen." Read more...

Look whose gone country!!

Steven Tyler

Steven Tyler has signed with Nashville's Big Machine Label Group to record a country solo album. He says his lifelong infatuation with country music began when he stole the Everly Brothers singles that belonged to his older sister. Around that same time, he turned a long wire into a radio antenna up an apple tree near his house and began picking up the signal from a country station in Ft. Wayne, Ind. "That's how I grew up listening to all that stuff," says the singer, who counts the Everlys, Patsy Cline and Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks among his early country favorites. Read more...