Mike Thiel is a midwestern Millennial multimediaist with an appreciation for alliteration. (It’s all true!) His stories, photos and videos can be found on the USA Today Network, Taste of Country Network and other entertainment publications and websites around the world. Thiel has created numerous enterprise entertainment features and regularly interviews musicians, comedians, athletes, reality stars, movie producers and more. Currently based in Nashville, Thiel is exploring Music City’s evolving music and nightlife scene and is also a musician himself.
Luke Bryan, Bartender? He Reveals His Favorite Cocktail to Make
Luke Bryan can make a few good cocktails, but there’s one he’s particularly proud of.
Cut the Cake! Kane Brown Celebrates Another No. 1 With ‘Heaven’ [Pictures]
Can we get a slice?
Keith Urban Makes Nicole Kidman Blush With Surprise Serenade [Watch]
Keith Urban can still make his wife blush.
Carrie Underwood Helps Injured Police Officer Who Is Childhood Friend
The officer is suffering multiple injuries from a car crash.
This Christmas Gift From Luke Bryan’s Wife Made Him Cry
Luke wasn't expecting the special gift Caroline got him.
Luke Bryan’s Chili Dog Christmas Tradition With His Mama Is Probably His Favorite
Unique traditions are the best kind. P.S., his mama sounds hilarious.
‘Jesus Take the Wheel’ Helped Woman Who Was Lost in the Woods
Would you believe a Carrie Underwood song helped a lost woman survive in the forest for eight days? It's true for 20-year-old Washington resident Kaylean Johnson.
Watch a Trailer for Tyler Farr’s Insanely Redneck New Reality Show
In his upcoming reality show, A Little Too Farr, Tyler Farr reveals just how much shenanigans a backroad country star can get into.
Keith Urban Once Had What?! Thrown at Him? Nicole Kidman Is Shocked
You've heard the term "break a leg," but have you ever had one thrown at you? Apparently, Keith Urban has.
You Can Get $20 Country Tickets in Celebration of National Concert Day
Live Nation is celebrating National Concert Day 2017 (May 1) with $20 tickets to some of the summer's biggest shows.