In addition to his work on-air, Sam Alex has been spotted on red carpets for many different awards shows and interviewed some of your favorite celebrities, from Will Ferrell to Taylor Swift. Originally from Chicago, Sam now lives in Nashville with his wife and son. If you ever see him on lower Broadway, get him a pina colada and some BBQ chicken pizza ... they're his favorites!
LeAnn Rimes: ‘It’s Been Christmas for Me All Year Long’
LeAnn Rimes is back in the swing of things with a new, full-length Christmas album, Today Is Christmas, released in October.
Ronnie Dunn Gives His Opinion on the Direction of Country Music
Ronnie Dunn is a representative of what's now considered classic, traditional country, but that doesn't mean he's not open to change.
Luke Bryan on Celebrating No. 1 Hits and What Could Be Next From ‘Kill the Lights’
Luke Bryan's Kill The Lights hit shelves less than a week ago on Aug. 7, but it's already earned the singer another No. 1 hit.
Country Artists Share What They MUST Have While on the Road [Watch]
Country artists are on the road a lot! While touring, many artists just want to make their tour bus or time on the road feel like home, and they do that by bringing a few special things with them.
Scotty McCreery on Kissing Girls in Videos: ‘It’s a Respect Thing’
Scotty McCreery's 'Feelin' It' video finds him having fun with his real-life friends. The group frolics in the surf along North Carolina's coast, and while there's a playful romance between a few of the "actors," you won't find this singer puckering up with some strange girl.
Brett Eldredge on the Makeout Scenes in New ‘Beat of the Music’ Video: ‘I Love My Job’
The last 30 seconds of Brett Eldredge's new 'Beat of the Music' video finds the singer locking lips with a beautiful blonde. The scenes took multiple takes, and he tells Taste of Country Nights host Sam Alex he wasn't complaining.
New From Nashville: Michael Ray
Country newcomer Michael Ray recently stopped by the Taste of Country Nights studio to tell his story, talk about writing with John Rich and debut some new music. The Florida native and winner of the CW's 'The Next' says he grew up on Bobby Bare and Porter Wagoner, but at age 16 heard Gary Allan -- "and that was it for me."