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Story Behind the Song: Randy Houser, ‘A Man Like Me’

Randy Houser co-wrote "A Man Like Me" with Jameson Clark and Danny Green and included the song on his 2010 They Call Me Cadillac album, which earned a Top 10 spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart and a Top 50 spot on the all-genre Billboard 100. When he released the song as a single in 2010, it peaked just outside the top 50 on the U.S. Country chart (No. 53). Inside, Houser tells The Boot about writing the tune.

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Story Behind the Song: David Nail, ‘The Sound of a Million Dreams’

For Phil Vassar, "The Sound of a Million Dreams," the song he co-wrote for David Nail -- which appears on Nail's 2011 album of the same name -- is really a tribute to the classic songs and artists that Vassar listened to growing up, the artists who inspired him to become an artist himself and create the songs he crafts today.

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Country Stars’ Best Selfies [PICTURES]

Truth: No one can beat Ellen Degeneres' famous (and star-packed) selfie at the 2014 Oscars. But country artists are pretty darn good at selfies, and they have fun taking them.

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The Band Perry’s First Original Song Was About … a Pet Bunny Rabbit

The Band Perry, comprised of siblings Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry, are known for hits like "If I Die Young," "Done," "Better Dig Two" and more from their two studio albums, The Band Perry and Pioneer. But do you know what the first song frontwoman Kimberly Perry ever wrote was?

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Chance Anderson Band, ‘Two Red Lights’ Video [Exclusive Premiere]

The Chance Anderson Band's music video for "Two Red Lights," premiering exclusively on The Boot, is a look at life on the road for the Empire, Okla., native and his band.

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Interview: 40 Years Later, ‘The Kingston Springs Suite’ Makes Its Debut

In 1967, songwriter Vince Matthews moved from Nashville to a small town just west of Music City called Kingston Springs. The tiny Tennessee town (population at that time: 510), with its pure mineral springs, was a popular health resort and spa in the early 1900s, but by the time Matthews arrived, it was just another small Southern town.

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Interview: John Anderson Returns to Country Music With ‘Goldmine’

After a nine-year hiatus from releasing new music, John Anderson is getting ready to release Goldmine, a 13-track record of brand-new tunes.

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Country Stars’ Cutest Kisses [PICTURES]

When Faith Hill made "This Kiss" popular in 1998, she may as well have been singing for the whole genre. Country artists like their kisses -- and they aren't shy about it either. Plenty of them have been caught smooching on camera for the whole world to see.

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Story Behind the Song: Thompson Square, ‘Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not’

Husband-and-wife duo Thompson Square (Keifer and Shawna Thompson) earned their first No. 1 hit in April of 2011 with "Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not." The song was released in July of 2010 as the second single from their self-titled debut album and has been certified double platinum; it also earned them two Grammy Awards nominations. Inside, the co-writers of "Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not," David Lee Murphy and Jim Collins -- who also wrote Jason Aldean's "Big Green Tractor" -- tell The Boot about the day they wrote this breakthrough hit.

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Grace & Tony Greenroom Sessions: ‘Aside for Now’ (Feat. Sammy Brue)

Grace & Tony return for May's new Greenroom Sessions video, but it's this month's special guest that's really impressive.

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