Introducing the Secret History of the Country Music Podcast

It’s not just history – it’s the secret the story of country music’s biggest stars, songs and most notorious outlaws, now in podcast form!

After three dozen video episodes, the Secret history of country music the series grows with the Secret history of country music Podcast. The intro episode is live now, but Season 1 officially begins on Monday, May 24 with a preview of how Blake Shelton scored a pretty plum gig on NBC. The voice. It wasn’t just beauty and luck.

Host Adison Haager joins ToC’s Billy Dukes for an in-depth look at some of the country’s best stories. Eric Church’s banishment and Alan Jackson’s bravado each get an episode. Another focus during this eight-episode season is Bobbie Gentry’s disappearance act. This is the first Taste of Country podcast on the Townsquare Media podcast network, but not the last. If you appreciate our concise, conversational approach to storytelling, you’ll enjoy these inspired looks at the most interesting people in country music. This isn’t just another interview podcast!

Check out the intro episode below and follow the podcast on your favorite platform, Apple, Spotify, Google Play, TuneIn and more. the Secret history of country music The podcast will air on Monday morning. We’re now taking orders for the final episodes, so feel free to email us at or tweet us at @TasteofCountry.

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