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’s Greatest Love Stories
Country music has some great love songs in its repertoire, but even more romantic than tracks like "Through the Years," "You're Still the One" or "Forever and Ever, Amen" are the real-life love stories of country stars.
Watch Justin Moore’s ‘Kinda Don’t Care’, Alan Jackson’s ‘The Older I Get’ + More New Count…
The first full week of November was a busy one thanks to the 2017 CMA Awards, but a few artists also found time to release new music videos.
Brad Paisley Mines Fans’ Hilarious Selfies for ‘Selfie#TheInternetIsForever’ Video
Brad Paisley has released a fan-sourced music video for his new song "Selfie#TheInternetIsForever."
Alan Jackson, Jerry Reed, Don Schlitz to Join Country Music Hall of Fame in 2017
Congratulations to the Country Music Hall of Fame Class of 2017!
Learn the Stories Behind Alan Jackson’s ACM and CMA Awards Show Protests
Longtime country star Alan Jackson has been a fan-favorite singer for quite some time. But he isn't afraid to risk his popularity and take a stand for what he believes in -- even if it means going against what "the man" says.
Did You Know That Reba McEntire Holds a Record Among Women in Country?
Reba McEntire is the only country female solo act to have a No. 1 hit in four straight decades.
Top 10 Country Drinking Songs
The Boot counts down country music's 10 best drinking songs.
Everything We Know About Shania Twain’s New Album, ‘Now’
The Boot rounds up all of the information know about Shania Twain's forthcoming album -- her first since 2002's 'Up!'