Have you ever wondered what your favorite country singer looked like when he or she was pint-sized? Some stars are hardly recognizable as kids, but a lot of them haven't changed much -- in fact, photos of artists like Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley prove that their music careers started early.
The year 2014 has been an exciting time in the history of country music. Superstar Garth Brooks began his highly anticipated comeback, two country songstresses teamed up for an unforgettably saucy song, and there were, of course, lots of country singles released to the airwaves.
Yearbook photos: They're a rite of passage, in a way. Everyone has that one photo they cringe at, or the 8x10 that mom still has hanging in the hallway, highlighting the fact that you were an awkward tween in every sense. Even famous country stars had to get yearbook photos taken before they were in the spotlight and on the red carpet.
Jelly sandals, JNCO jeans, Doc Martens, slap bracelets and scrunchies -- those are just a few memorable trends of the 1990s. And while a lot of those fashion choices are best laid to rest, there are some country music hits from the decade that we never want to let go.
Faith Hill is making another appearance on the big screen, and no, it's not a sequel to the 2004 version of 'Stepford Wives.' This time, she's starring in an indie crime drama, with no creepily submissive, docile, fawning wives in sight.
Awards shows are filled with riveting performances, emotional acceptance speeches and a plethora of beautifully dressed -- and not-so-beautifully dressed -- artists, and the 2014 CMA Awards were no exception.
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