Shotgun Rider by Tim McGraw ranks #1
Something In The Water by Carrie Underwood ranks #2
Girl In A Country Song by Maddie & Tae ranks #3
Perfect Storm by Brad Paisley ranks #4
Somewhere In My Car by Keith Urban ranks #5
Talladega by Eric Church ranks #6
God Made Girls by RaeLynn ranks #7
2014 has been extraordinary for Carrie Underwood. She co-hosted the CMA Awards, won video of the year at the CMT Music Awards and was crowned favorite female artist at the American Music Awards. Plus she revealed her most significant title yet: mom-to-be. And along with the release of her latest single, âSomething in The Water,â... Read more »
During a recent conference call to talk to reporters about the upcoming season of American Idol, Keith Urban talked about how grateful he was for the showâs support immediately after the death of his father-in-law. Dr. Anthony Kidman, Nicole Kidmanâs father, died suddenly in September while visiting another daughter in Singapore. And while Urban is... Read more »
Roll out the red carpet for Maddie & Tae, whose first single, âGirl in a Country Song,â arrives at the top of Billboardâs country airplay chart after an arduous 23-week ascent. And thumps on the back for the Garth Brooks, as well. His Man Against Machine remains the bestselling country album for the fourth week... Read more »
With a reunited Brooks & Dunn recently announcing plans to team with Reba McEntire next year for a residency at Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, maybe thereâs hope for these other duos and groups to get back together in 2015. Pistol Annies Dixie Chicks The Civil Wars Sugarland The Judds The Wreckers The... Read more »
Hiw many times have you listened through Carrie Underwoodâs Greatest Hits: Decade #1 so far? Uh-huh. Thatâs what I thought. Countless times, right? Donât worry, though. Iâm proudly in the same boat with her new album. Of course, bundling together a collection of an artistâs biggest hits can make it hard to pick a standout... Read more »
I think most married men know the simple Happy-Wife-Happy-Life rule: If she is good, then everyone is good. That doesnât mean they are all living by the mantra, but they at least know of it. But Blake Shelton seems like heâs applying it to his own marriage every day. Because as he explained to Jimmy... Read more »
We all have those college snacks we ate way too much of and wish we could erase from our memories. Mine were Tombstone pizzas, air-popped popcorn and Oreo milkshakes. Carrie Underwoodâs college go-to was Pop-Tarts. And she might be back on them, even if itâs just for the remaining few months of her pregnancy. She... Read more »
When college started, you probably thought it would be all keggers and red solo cups. Toby Keith – “Red Solo Cup” You’re parents were all proud and excited to watch you spread your wings. Lee Ann Womack – “I Hope You Dance” And for a while, it really was like a never ending party with... Read more »
Mystery Concert 2013 - Brett Eldredge Meet & Greets
Mystery Concert 2013 - Brett Eldredge
Dylan Scott visits Scott & Angie in the Morning!
KRKT & Mark Thomas Motors Team Challenge 2012
Benton County Fair 2012 with Sara Evans
Fishing Derby 2012
KRKT Photobooth - Oregon Jamboree 2012
KRKT Texaco Country Showdown Finals
Family Fun Nights
2012 Mystery Concert with Steve Holy & Jackson Michelson
2011 Team Challenge Golf Tournament presented by Wilson Motors
Kid's Fishing Derby 2011
Yvenson Bernard visits KRKT
99 Envelopes Event - Jordan Jewelers
99 Envelopes Event - Darimart
Mystery Concert 2011
Dumb and Dumber To does have its moments, but not enough of them -- and the Farrelly brothers' brand of humor is nowhere near as refreshingly transgressive as it once seemed.
While sporadically stirring, and suitably epic in its ambitions, Exodus: Gods and Kings can't quite live up to its classic source material.
Horrible Bosses 2 may trigger a few belly laughs among big fans of the original, but all in all, it's a waste of a strong cast that fails to justify its own existence.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 sets up the franchise finale with a penultimate chapter loaded with solid performances and smart political subtext, though it comes up short on the action front.
Interstellar represents more of the thrilling, thought-provoking, and visually resplendent filmmaking moviegoers have come to expect from writer-director Christopher Nolan, even if its intellectual reach somewhat exceeds its grasp.
Penguins of Madagascar is fast and brightly colored enough to entertain small children, but too frantically silly to offer real filmgoing fun for the whole family.