Kenny Chesney is a contemporary country hunk whose hits include 'You Had Me From Hello,' 'Fall in Love,' 'When I Close My Eyes,'She's Got It All,' 'She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy,' among others. Chesney's been awarded as Entertainer of the Year by both the Academy of Country Music (2005) and by the Country Music Association (2004). Since her debut at the age of 13 with the hit single 'Blue,' LeAnn Rimes' success was no fluke. Her voice brims with depth and personality and throughout her career Rimes has made a mark on both the country and contemporary pop charts with songs like 'Can't Fight the Moonlight,' 'Nothin' 'Bout Love Makes Sense' and 'Probably Wouldn't Be This Way.' Sammy Hagar was famous for his riffs, licks and lead vocals in Van Halen. He has established himself as a force among rockers with his solo work. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn have certainly established themselves as a force in country music. They've sold over 22 million albums, scored 18 #1 hits and become one of the most consistent country music headliners today. Big Kenny and John Rich together are playing the kind of genre-hopping, fence-busting, gully-whumping kind of music that they call "Country music without prejudice." You can find out what it's all about on their release, 'Horse of a Different Color.' Troy Coleman, aka Cowboy Troy, entered the country music fan's consciousness with the multi-lingual breakdown in the middle of 'Rollin' (The Ballad of Big & Rich),' the opening track to multi-platinum-selling labelmates Big & Rich's 2004 release 'Horse of a Different Color.' However, he had been on the Texas circuit long before that. During his years at the University of Texas, he started playing clubs with a blend of rap and country music that would come to be known as "hick-hop."
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