Tracy Lawrence is typically considered to be a more traditional country artist: During his live shows, it's all about country, and most of the songs he's covered have remained within the genre, but there's one out-of-genre song in particular that was a big stretch for him to play.

"I got an opportunity to be on a tribute to the Rolling Stones in the late '90s, and [I] did kind of a rocking version of "Paint It Black," kind of of a country thing," he tells Taste of Country about his cover, which can be heard below. "That's probably the biggest stretch of anything I've personally done. I mean, I listen to a lot of different kinds of music, but I kind of understand what my parameters are personally."

Lawrence may know his limits musically, but his iPod tells a different story when it comes to his varied listening tastes.

"Oh man, I listen to everything from Lady Gaga to Lady Antebellum," he says. "I've got Frank Sinatra. I've got old stuff, new stuff. You know, Iggy Azalea. I listen to everything, man."

The singer released his latest album, Greatest Hits: Evolution, last December. The album is available for download via iTunes and Amazon.

Listen to Tracy Lawrence, "Paint It Black':