Angela Stefano (“Ang,” unless she’s in trouble) is the editor-in-chief of The Boot and a senior writer for Taste of Country. Based in Nashville, Tenn., but with her heart in Buffalo, N.Y., she enjoys boxing, exploring record stores and dog-sitting some very sweet pups. A graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication and a former Boston Bruins intern and game-night staffer, she also enjoys a good hockey game and often employs a good dose of Northern-bred sarcasm and self-deprecation.
Adorable Joey + Rory Moments [PICTURES]
The love between these two ...
17 Years Ago: Josh Turner’s ‘Your Man’ Goes Gold
On June 1, 2006, Josh Turner's single "Your Man" was certified gold.
Keepin’ It Country: 20 Old-School Alan Jackson Live Shots [PICTURES]
Country Music Hall of Fame-er Jackson has been performing live since starting a band after high school -- though, these days, he's performing on much bigger stages.
PICTURES: Randy Travis Through the Years
Travis endured a difficult childhood -- but he found his salvation through music.
27 Years Ago: George Strait Releases ‘Blue Clear Sky’ Album
'Clear Blue Sky' was George Strait's 16th studio album.
7 Songs You Didn’t Know Glen Campbell Played On
Did you know he played on these hits?
8 Montgomery Gentry Songs Written By Troy Gentry
The duo often cut outside tracks, but Gentry has co-writing credits on eight of their songs.
7 Years Ago: Margo Price Releases ‘Midwest Farmer’s Daughter’, Her Debut Album
On March 26, 2016, Margo Price released her debut album, 'Midwest Farmer's Daughter'.
Kenny Rogers Through the Years: From the First Edition to Country Legend
Take a look back at this country legend's incredible life.
Everything You Need to Know About the Grammy Awards Voting Process
How does the Grammy Awards voting process work? Here's a primer.
Garth Brooks: ‘Randy Travis Singlehandedly Saved Country Music’
Travis received the CMT Artist of a Lifetime award during the 2021 CMT Artists of the Year event on Wednesday night (Oct. 13).
A 2021 CMA Awards Host Hasn’t Been Named Yet, But It Won’t Be Reba McEntire
The Country Music Association is still keeping the identity of its 2021 CMA Awards host under wraps.