Angela Stefano (“Ang,” unless she’s in trouble) is the editor-in-chief of The Boot and a senior writer for Taste of Country. Based in Nashville, Tenn., but with her heart in Buffalo, N.Y., she enjoys boxing, exploring record stores and dog-sitting some very sweet pups. A graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication and a former Boston Bruins intern and game-night staffer, she also enjoys a good hockey game and often employs a good dose of Northern-bred sarcasm and self-deprecation.
Chase Likens’ ‘Rub a Little Dirt on It’ Encourages Fans to Get Lost in the Country [Exclus…
Y'all remember this former 'American Idol' contestant?
Craig Gerdes’ ‘I Could Get Used to This’ Tells His Love Story [Exclusive Premiere]
"From the opening lyric, this song is entirely true," Gerdes shares.
Did You Know That Carrie Underwood and Zach Swon Went to College Together?
Underwood and the Swon Brothers' relationship goes way back to their college days.
Riley Downing’s ‘Start It Over’ Harnesses the Beauty and Power of Music [Exclusive Premier…
The new solo song from the Deslondes' leader -- the title track of his forthcoming solo album -- perfectly expresses that feeling of discovering a record you can't help but play again and again.
For Thomas Rhett, (Almost) Anything Goes When He’s Writing Songs About His Family
Rhett and Lauren have decided to be forthright about their ups and downs in the hopes that others won't feel alone.
Jeff Crosby Is Longing for Home in His New Song, ‘Runnin’ Free’ [Exclusive Premiere]
At the very start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the singer-songwriter found renewal and inspiration in the wilds of his home state of Idaho. It was there that he wrote his new single.
Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram, Jon Randall’s ‘The Marfa Tapes’ Film Will Take Fans to Recor…
Lambert, Ingram and Randall's 'The Marfa Tapes' film will give fans an inside look at the making of their new album.
Interview: Thomas Rhett Slowed (Way) Down to Create ‘Country Again, Side A’
Instead of songwriting and worrying about his career, Rhett leaned in to what the pandemic was forcing nearly everyone to do: slow down.
Hear Alan Jackson’s ‘Where Her Heart Has Always Been,’ Written for His Mom’s Funeral
"Where Her Heart Has Always Been" features audio of Jackson's mother Ruth reading from the Bible.
Hear Sturgill Simpson Cover John Prine’s Early-Career Classic ‘Paradise’ [LISTEN]
It's from 'Broken Hearts & Dirty Windows: Songs of John Prine, Vol. 2', a forthcoming tribute album.