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Randy Rogers Plays ‘What’s On My Phone’

We got Rogers to let us in to the secrets lying away behind his lock screen for a quick rendition of “What’s on my Phone.”

Kelly Brickey • February 24, 2017

Let The Good Times Roll With a Homemade Mardi Gras King Cake

Fat Tuesday is just around the corner! Celebrate with a slice of delicious King Cake!

Lauren Laffer • February 23, 2017

Parmalee Defines ‘Dog Bed’ for ‘The Country Dictionary’

In this week’s episode, the guys break down the term ‘dog bed’ and discuss that it’s not where a pup sleeps its day away, but rather a comfy piece of attire to throw on during a chilly day.

Kelly Brickey • February 22, 2017

Tucker Beathard’s Nashville Favorites

From chowing down on some tacos at a college Mexican food spot to catching a fly ball during the minor league baseball season, Beathard gets around Nashville! 

Kelly Brickey • February 17, 2017

Parmalee Explains Another ‘Parmalism’ for ‘The Country Dictionary’

For this week’s episode of “The Country Dictionary,” Parmalee gets down to the nitty-gritty when defining the term ‘cow tongue.’

Kelly Brickey • February 15, 2017

‘Every Little Thing’ with Carly Pearce – Valentine’s Day Edition

Carly Pearce may be on the road during Valentine’s Day this year, but that’s not stopping her from enjoying the things she loves on the romantic holiday.

carlypearce • February 13, 2017

Five Fun Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s Day With Your Girl Squad

Girls rule, boys drool–it’s time to fall in love with some unconventional ideas on how to celebrate Galentine’s Day with your closest gal pals.

Kelly Brickey • February 13, 2017

Make Mama Proud by Cooking Up Miranda Lambert’s Meatloaf

This meatloaf will bring back sweet memories of Sunday dinners growing up.

Kelly Brickey • February 9, 2017

Parmalee Explains More ‘Parmalisms’ From ‘The Country Dictionary’

For this week’s episode of “The Country Dictionary,” the Parmalee defines what the phrase “Mildew or BBQ” means.

Kelly Brickey • February 8, 2017

Parmalee Presents the Country Dictionary of ‘Parmalisms’

With terms like ‘spoda,’ ‘whut,’ and ‘mildew or BBQ,’ Parmalee can sound pretty weird with their Southern dialect outweighing what they are actually trying to say, but now it’s time to define the terms.

Kelly Brickey • February 6, 2017

Get Ready for the Big Game with this Seven Layer Dip

This Seven Layer Dip is sure to win over both Falcons and Patriots fans! 

Libby Drake • February 2, 2017

Kenny Chesney Has Us Ready for Summer with Blue Chair Bay’s New Key Lime Cream Flavored Rum

Summertime is coming sooner than we all know it.

Kelly Brickey • February 1, 2017

Five Things We Learned From Jana Kramer’s ‘The New Potato’ Interview

The singer chatted about everything from food to lifestyle, and even included some of her beauty musts.

Lauren Laffer • February 1, 2017

Trisha Yearwood’s Sour Cream and Bacon Deviled Eggs Put a New Twist on an Old Favorite

We can’t get enough of Trisha Yearwood’s Sour Cream and Bacon Deviled Eggs!

Libby Drake • January 31, 2017

Celebrate National Chocolate Cake Day with This Mouth-Watering Chocolate Cake

Celebrate National Chocolate Cake Day with a recipe for the yummiest of cakes and the frosting to go with! Eat up and enjoy, cake lovers!

Lauren Laffer • January 27, 2017

Ryan Hurd’s Nashville Favorites

We caught up with newcomer Ryan Hurd to chat about some of his favorite places in and around Music City.

Lauren Laffer • January 27, 2017

Zac Brown Band’s Coy Bowles Pens New Children’s Book, ‘When You’re Feeling Sick’

“I have always wanted to write books and am a storyteller at heart,” Bowles tells Sounds Like Nashville.

Chuck Dauphin • January 26, 2017

Go Nutty Over This Bourbon Pecan Pie for National Pie Day

The annual holiday began in 1986 when The American Pie Council chose to commemorate Crisco’s 75th anniversary.

Lauren Laffer • January 23, 2017

Bring the Fiesta with Martina McBride’s Guacamole

Pass the tortilla chips, please!

Kelly Brickey • January 21, 2017

Warm Up This Winter with Slow Cooker Beef Stew

While it may take a while to cook through the pot (12 hours of patience is testing, we know), the easy-to-make dish will be worth the wait in flavor and warmth.

Kelly Brickey • January 19, 2017