Dirt by Florida Georgia Line ranks #1
American Kids by Kenny Chesney ranks #2
Drunk On A Plane by Dierks Bentley ranks #3
Bartender by Lady Antebellum ranks #4
I Don't Dance by Lee Brice ranks #5
Beachin' by Jake Owen ranks #6
Yeah by Joe Nichols ranks #7
For nearly 40 years, Tom Petty has played rock 'n' roll's everyman. He was never a poet like Dylan or a sex symbol like Springsteen. In fact, his ass would appear on exactly zero album covers.
With temperatures in the mid-80s, not a cloud in sight and country music to boot, the Mtn. Dew CMT Summer Concert Series was a hit before it ever began.
Maybe it's Little Big Town's new single "Day Drinking." Maybe it's the fact they're completely adorable. Maybe it's the fact they sing like angels.
Prepare yourself for a bit of a lesson in the science of concert audio. Brad Paisley just explained why the pit at his concerts is no place for a baby.
Two country singers walk into a bar. Have you heard this one?
Blake Shelton was just being himself.
Chris Tompkins and Rodney Clawson, the writers behind Florida Georgia Line's latest smash "Dirt," recently talked to Billboard magazine about how the song started.
When Tim McGraw played Toronto's Molson Canadian Amphitheatre on Sunday night (July 20), he set aside a few minutes to respond directly to questions about the concert incident from the week before in Atlanta.
Mystery Concert 2013 - Brett Eldredge Meet & Greets
Mystery Concert 2013 - Brett Eldredge
Dylan Scott visits Scott & Angie in the Morning!
KRKT & Mark Thomas Motors Team Challenge 2012
Benton County Fair 2012 with Sara Evans
Fishing Derby 2012
KRKT Photobooth - Oregon Jamboree 2012
KRKT Texaco Country Showdown Finals
Family Fun Nights
2012 Mystery Concert with Steve Holy & Jackson Michelson
2011 Team Challenge Golf Tournament presented by Wilson Motors
Kid's Fishing Derby 2011
Yvenson Bernard visits KRKT
99 Envelopes Event - Jordan Jewelers
99 Envelopes Event - Darimart
Mystery Concert 2011
With the fourth installment in Michael Bay's blockbuster Transformers franchise, nothing is in disguise: Fans of loud, effects-driven action will find satisfaction, and all others need not apply.
With neither the conviction to embrace its smutty premise nor enough laughs to function as a worthwhile rom-com, the flaccid Sex Tape suffers from cinematic impotence.
Melissa McCarthy remains an engaging screen presence, but her efforts aren't enough to keep the jumbled Tammy on track.
Although it's too flat and formulaic to measure up against the best family-friendly fare, Planes: Fire and Rescue is a passable diversion for much younger viewers.
Earth to Echo doesn't do itself any favors by beggaring comparison to E.T., but for younger viewers, it should prove a reasonably entertaining diversion.
Angelina Jolie's magnetic performance outshines Maleficent's dazzling special effects; unfortunately, the movie around them fails to justify all that impressive effort.