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.
Maren Morris Tops the Charts With Debut Album ‘Hero’
Maren Morris's major-label full-length record 'Hero' is the first debut record to top the Billboard's Top Country Albums chart in 2016.
Miranda Lambert on New Music: ‘No One is More Excited Than Me’
Miranda Lambert is working on new music, and there's no doubt fans will be excited. But she may be the most excited of us all.
Luke Bryan, Keith Urban Share the Stage at 2016 CMA Music Festival [WATCH]
Luke Bryan and Keith Urban performed a medley of songs together during the final night (June 12) of the 2016 CMA Music Festival.
Tyler Farr, Maddie & Tae and More to Perform at Orlando Benefit Concert
Five country artists will perform at a benefit concert for the OneOrlando Fund.
Alan Jackson Almost Recorded the Zac Brown Band’s ‘Chicken Fried’
The Zac Brown Band are well known for their hit "Chicken Fried" ... but it almost wasn't their hit.
Blake Shelton Gives Surprise Show During 2016 CMA Music Festival [WATCH]
Blake Shelton surprised CMA Music Festival attendees with an unplanned show on (June 10) as they packed Nashville's venue The Stage on Broadway.
Frankie Ballard Channels Hendrix at 2016 CMA Music Festival [WATCH]
Frankie Ballard kicked off night two of the CMA Music Festival with a Hendrix-style "Star Spangled Banner."
Memphis Producer and Songwriter Chips Moman Dead at 79
Memphis music icon Lincoln "Chips" Moman has died at the age of 79.
Watch Brothers Osborne Perform ‘Go Rest High on That Mountain’ in Honor of Orlando Shootin…
TJ and John Osborne of Brothers Osborne paid tribute to the Orlando shooting victims with a heartfelt cover of Vince Gill's "Go Rest High on That Mountain."