Billy Dukes is a Senior Editor and Executive Producer at Taste of Country, where he has over 11,000 articles to his name. His media background includes jobs as music director at WQDR 94.7 in Raleigh, N.C.; writer for Recoil Magazine, a monthly out of Grand Rapids, Mich.; and writer for the Kalamazoo Gazette in Kalamazoo, Mich. The Western Michigan University graduate followed a girl to Raleigh in 2006 and wisely married her one year later. In 2014, they moved to Nashville, where they now live with their three sons. In his free time, Billy enjoys playing and watching baseball, cycling and home renovation.
‘Yellowstone': Ryan Bingham Shares How Walker Knife Scene Went Horribly Wrong
'Yellowstone' fans may recall the older cowboy turning and flinging a knife at the guy who just took his girlfriend.
Luke Bryan’s Wife Caroline Reveals What Led to Hip Surgery
She took to social media to share what happened and what she's doing to make sure recovery goes smoothly.
‘Yellowstone’ Star Ryan Bingham Knows Fans Want Walker Sent to the Train Station
Ryan Bingham says his 'Yellowstone' character is trying to stay out of trouble, but evidence shows he's done a poor job of it.
Luke Bryan’s ‘Country On’ Is a Modern Blue-Collar Anthem [Listen]
The country-rock anthem doesn't name names, but it calls out under-appreciated professions and gives each a little urging.
Remember George Strait’s First No. 1 Single? [Listen]
It's the song that started it all for the King of Country.
Remember When Garth Brooks Joined Kiss on Stage?
He is actually a huge fan of the band.
Kenny Chesney: 10 Things Even No Shoes Nation Members Don’t Know
Get to know the lesser-known parts of country superstar Kenny Chesney's story.
Remember Alan Jackson’s Not-So-Subtle ACM Awards Protest?
It was one of the funniest moments in ACM history!
Remember When Natalie Maines Criticized the President?
What began as a random remark turned into one of the biggest controversies in country music history.
Remember Which Country Album Was the First to Be Certified Platinum?
This album changed country music forever.