The Boot Staff
10 Sexiest Songs in Country Music
Need a romantic ballad to put you in the mood? Looking for just the right hit to crank up the heat? From sultry slow-burns to five-alarm infernos, there's a sexy country song for every situation.
Top 10 Country Songs of the 2010s
From heart-tugging ballads to tunes that make their listeners want to dance, the best country songs of the 2010s make us proud -- really proud -- to be fans of country music.
Top 10 Country Artists of the 2000s
From seasoned legends to tween newcomers, the country music pool diversified hugely in the first decade of the 2000s -- not only in demographics but also in sound.
31 Years Ago: Reba McEntire Hits No. 1 With ‘Cathy’s Clown’
On July 29, 1989, McEntire earned her 13th No. 1 single with "Cathy's Clown," which was originally recorded by the Everly Brothers.
25 Things You May Not Know About Country Icon Reba McEntire
Whether she's making us laugh on TV, gracing the Broadway stage or designing her own clothing line, McEntire does everything with down-home wit and style.
11 Years Ago: Miranda Lambert’s ‘Revolution’ Album Goes Gold
On Feb. 16, 2010, Lambert earned a gold record.
POLL: Which Country Star Should Perform a Super Bowl Halftime Show?
Vote for the country star you'd most like to see perform at the Super Bowl halftime show.
POLL: What’s Your Favorite Country Song About Football?
One is America's favorite sport, and the other is America's favorite music. So it's no surprise that there are some great country songs about football.
26 Years Ago: Alan Jackson Hits No. 1 With ‘Gone Country’
It was Jackson's 10th No. 1 hit.
31 Years Ago: Clint Black Earns His First Platinum Album With ‘Killin’ Time’
On Jan. 23, 1990, Black earned his first platinum album.
38 Years Ago: Reba McEntire Earns Her First No. 1 Hit
On Jan. 8, 1983, McEntire earned her first No. 1 hit with "Can't Even Get the Blues."
Kellie Pickler + Kyle Jacobs — Country’s Greatest Love Stories
Country singer Pickler and songwriter beau Jacobs planned an elaborate Nashville wedding, then decided they didn't need pomp and circumstance to say "I do."