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.
Eli Young Band Gets Dusty in New ‘Dust’ Music Video
Appropriately, the video for Eli Young Band's single 'Dust' features lots and lots of dust flying around -- as well as fast cars and a beautiful woman. The group just released the clip for their second single from '10,000 Towns.'
Alabama to Play CMA Fest for First Time in 19 Years
For the first time in 19 years, Alabama is performing at the CMA Music Festival. They'll kick of the June 5 show at LP Field.
Miranda Lambert Reveals Eight Tracks From ‘Platinum’
Fans who have been waiting the long two years and eight months for Miranda Lambert's new album 'Platinum' can listen to eight tracks from the album this week.
Jana Kramer, the Band Perry + More Lead Country on First-Ever Billboard Real-Time Charts
Jana Kramer, the Band Perry, and several other country artists are leading the genre on Billboard's first-ever real-time chart.
Luke Bryan Makes History With No. 1 and No. 2 Country Airplay Singles
There's no stopping the hip-shaking, country crooning, lovable country star known as Luke Bryan. He's the first artist in the Billboard Country Airplay Chart's 24-year history to lock in the top two spots.
Brantley Gilbert Talks Bus Rules, Tim McGraw’s Advice and Softer Songs on ‘Just As I Am’
When country music fans think of Brantley Gilbert, they may think of his tattoos, country-rock mix and bad boy persona. However, Gilbert admits that there are several personal songs on his new record 'Just As I Am' that show his softer side.