Fans, Artists Party on Day 2 of the 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival [Pictures]
From the stage to the campgrounds, Day 2 of the 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival was one big party.
Billy Currington Teases New Song Called ‘Jonesin” [Exclusive Premiere]
Billy Currington is set to release a new album titled Summer Forever on June 2, and Taste of Country readers are hearing some of the tracks early via a series of exclusive lyric video teasers.
Chase Bryant Confirms He Will Go Forward With Tim McGraw’s Sandy Hook Benefit
After an intense week of online debate and criticism, country singer Chase Bryant has decided to go forward with performing at an upcoming benefit for Sandy Hook Promise.
Tim McGraw Defends Controversial Sandy Hook Benefit as Billy Currington Drops Out
Tim McGraw has issued a statement defending his decision to perform at an upcoming benefit concert for Sandy Hook Promise, even as one of his co-headliners has dropped out of the event.
Billy Currington, Kacey Musgraves + Many More Round Out 2015 Country Jam Lineup
The 2015 Country Jam lineup got bigger and even more impressive.
Tim McGraw Announces 2015 Shotgun Rider Tour Dates
Tim McGraw has revealed his summer tour dates. The country superstar will launch the Shotgun Rider Tour in June, with Billy Currington and Chase Bryant on board to open the shows.
Billy Currington, Eli Young Band + Many More Join 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival Lin…
It's getting closer, folks! The full 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival lineup is now available, and in addition to headliners Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and Toby Keith, 14 other acts have been revealed!
Billy Currington Announces He’s Working on New Album
Billy Currington is keeping himself busy these days. The 'Hey Girl' singer revealed to his 475,000 Twitter followers that he's in the studio working on his sixth album.
Billy Currington Gets Pranked by Brett Eldredge and Chase Rice
The last night of a tour is always fun, because country stars and their opening acts love to pull crazy and hilarious pranks on one another. Billy Currington's final We Are Tonight stop was not an exception.