Christina Vinson is a freelance writer based in Nashville, Tenn. After graduating from Cornerstone University, she left the idyllic shores of West Michigan and headed south alongside her husband, a musician. She writes for a variety of publications across the state and country, with work ranging from full-length magazine features to SEO-rich blog posts. When she's not typing away at the computer, you can find Vinson at the library with a stack of books, in the kitchen baking cinnamon rolls or drinking coffee at a local coffee shop.
Country Artists Who Have Died in 2017 [PICTURES]
The year 2017 has been a great one for many country stars; however, it's also been a sad year so far, as several beloved country music artists have died.
Top 10 Live Country Acts of 2017
The Boot counts down the best live country acts of 2017.
Every CMA Awards Entertainer of the Year Winner Ever
Since the CMA Awards' inception in 1967, when Eddy Arnold nabbed the first-ever Entertainer of the Year trophy, there have been many deserving country singers awarded the title.
22 Wacky and Wild CMA Awards Fashions [PICTURES]
From the winners and the losers to the performances and the monologues, Country Music's Biggest Night is always entertaining -- including the outfits that country stars choose to wear to the big event.
Every CMA Awards New Artist of the Year Winner Ever
The Horizon Award was introduced at the 1981 CMA Awards, to recognize fresh and emerging country artists.
Sam Hunt Shares Psalm 91 for Route 91 Harvest Festival Victims
Sam Hunt shared Psalm 91 on Instagram in honor of the victims of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.
John Rich Recalls Off-Duty Police Officer’s Heroic Actions Following Route 91 Harvest Fest…
Big & Rich experienced firsthand the heroism of an off-duty police officer during the terrifying event, which killed 59 and injured over 500 people.
The Best Country Star Yearbook Photos
A photo gallery of country stars' yearbook pictures.
James Brown Offered Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley His First Record Deal
Before Charles Kelley was part of Lady Antebellum, he was offered his first record deal by none other than the Godfather of Soul, James Brown.