Christina Vinson is a freelance writer based in Nashville, Tenn. After graduating from Cornerstone University, she left the idyllic shores of West Michigan and headed south alongside her husband, a musician. She writes for a variety of publications across the state and country, with work ranging from full-length magazine features to SEO-rich blog posts. When she's not typing away at the computer, you can find Vinson at the library with a stack of books, in the kitchen baking cinnamon rolls or drinking coffee at a local coffee shop.
Shania Twain + Frederic Thiebaud — Country’s Greatest Love Stories
Shania Twain and Frederic Thiebaud's love story is one of redemption -- something beautiful out of pain and heartbreak.
Top 8 Unforgettable Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood CMA Awards Moments
Their monologues, jokes and witty banter always keep the audience laughing, and in the years since the duo took over hosting duties, there have been some pretty unforgettable moments.
Watch Jason Isbell Cover the Allman Brother’s ‘Whipping Post’ During Tour Kickoff
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit paid tribute to the late Gregg Allman by performing "Whipping Post" at an Asheville, N.C. show.
Charles Esten Taps Big Country Stars for 2017 CMT Music Awards Opening Skit [WATCH]
Charles Esten kicked off the 2017 CMT Music Awards with a hilarious and star-studded sketch.
Country Stars Who Stand Up Against Cancer
There are many -- too many -- country stars who have had cancer or have been personally affected by it in some way. The truth is, almost everyone knows someone who's battling against the horrific disease, and it does not discriminate based on age, fame, fortune or even good health.
Sorry, Mom! Country Stars Share Mother’s Day Confessions [WATCH]
In video interviews with Taste of Country Nights' Sam Alex, country stars confess the things they never told Mom about.
Jake Owen Reveals Easygoing New Single, ‘Good Company’ [LISTEN]
Jake Owen has selected "Good Company" as his next single.
You Think You Know Carrie Underwood?
Carrie Underwood has been a mainstay in country music since winning Season 4 of 'American Idol' in 2005. Unlike artists who scraped their way to the top, the 33-year-old became an instant superstar, but she has more than the reality show to thank.