20 Hot Country Guys You Totally Want to Be Your Husband

20 Hot Country Guys You Totally Want to Be Your Husband

Blake Shelton

Blake Shelton

Sure, Blake may be taken by county queen Miranda Lambert, but that doesn’t change how how hot the Startin’ Fires bad boy is. He’s known for his music and for his large presence on television, having been a judge on Nashville Star, Clash of the Choirs, and The Voice. With 15 ACM nominations and four wins since 2001, he’s easily one of the hottest “Playboys of the Southwestern World.”

Blake Shelton is nominated for the Male Vocalist of the Year Award, the Vocal Event of the Year Award for “Lonely Tonight” ft. Ashley Monroe.
Brad Paisley

Brad Paisley

Brad holds the record for the most consecutive singles on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at 10. He’s won 14 ACMs and is a member of the Grand Ole Opry. With his deep, dark eyes, any time with Brad would be Time Well Wasted.

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Brad Paisley is nominated for the Male Vocalist of the Year Award.
John Osborne and T.J. Osborne (Brothers Osborne)

John Osborne and T.J. Osborne (Brothers Osborne)

T.J. and John Osborne are new to country music, having released only on EP, three singles, and one music video since 2013. Two of their singles, “Rum” and “Let’s Go There,” reached the Top 40 on Country Airplay. Like their most recent single, everyone in America wants these cuties to “Stay a Little Longer.”

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The Brothers Osborne are nominated for Vocal Duo of the Year Award.

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Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney (Dan + Shay)

Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney (Dan + Shay)

Part of the country music duo Dan + Shay, Dan met Shay in Nashville in 2012. The two started writing music the day after they met. The first song they wrote was put on hold for Rascal Flatts. Their debut album, Where It All Began, was released in 2014 and they have opened for acts like Blake Shelton and Hunter Hayes. There’s nothing like these two cute country newbies.

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Dan + Shay are nominated for the Vocal Duo of the Year Award.

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Dierks Bentley

Dierks Bentley

With 14 successful tours, eight albums, and an ACM award under his belt, Bentley has had a successful country career and shows no signs of stopping. His most recent album, Riser, featured four successful singles. You know you love him, you don’t even need to “Say You Do.”

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Dierks Bentley is nominated for the Male Vocalist of the Year Award, the Album of the Year Award for Riser, the Single Record of the Year Award for “Drunk On a Plane,” the Song of the Year Award for “I Hold On,” the Video of the Year Award for “Drunk On a Plane,” the Vocal Event of the Year for his feature on “The South” with The Cadillac Three ft. Florida Georgia Line and Mike Eli.

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Eric Church

Eric Church

This country king is no stranger to the ACMs. He won the Top New Solo Vocalist Award in 2011, and both the Vocal Event of the Year Award and the Album of the Year award in 2013. With his good looks and raw talent, everyone loves guys like him.

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Eric Church is nominated for the Male Vocalist of the Year Award, the Album of the Year Award for The Outsiders, the Song of the Year Award for “Give Me Back My Hometown.”
Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks

Brooks is well known for being a country music trailblazer. His integration of rock elements in his recordings helped him dominate the charts and cross over into mainstream music and he is one of the best-selling artists of all time, having sold over 190,000,000 records.

Garth has been nominated for a total of 47 ACMs and has won 22. He has received coveted awards like the ACM 40th Anniversary Milestone Award, the ACM Crystal Milestone Awards, and the ACM Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award. Over the years Garth Brooks has won the love of America, “One Heart at a Time.”

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Garth Brooks is nominated for the Entertainer of the Year Award.

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Jason Aldean

Jason Aldean

With a total of six albums under his belt and 13 tours, Jason has won six ACM Awards since 2005. He has a slew of successful collaborations with country giants like Bryan Adams, Luke Bryan, and Eric Church. Unlike his duet with Kelly Clarkson, he doesn’t need to ask, “Don’t You Wanna Stay.”

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Jason is nominated for the Entertainer of the Year Award, the Male Vocalist of the Year Award, the Album of the Year Award for Old Boots, New Dirt.
Keith Urban

Keith Urban

With eight hit albums under his belt, Keith Urban has been a country staple for decades. He has appeared on shows like The Voice and American Idol, as well as starting his own line of guitars and accessories sold through the Home Shopping Network.

His tours have featured some epic opening acts like Taylor Swift, Sugarland, and Jason Aldean. Like his lead single off of Defying Gravity, Keith Urban is one “Sweet Thing.”

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Keith Urban is nominated for the Video of the Year Award for “Cop Car.”

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Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood (Lady Antebellum)

Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood (Lady Antebellum)

Kelley and Haywood are the gorgeous guys in country group Lady Antebellum. Charles sings lead and background vocals, as well as plays guitar. Dave also sings background vocals and is quite the musician: he plays guitar, piano, and the mandolin.

The group has released five albums with Capitol Records Nashville and have produced a total of 16 singles. Like their second single of Lady Antebellum’s hit album Need You Now, Charles and Dave are two hot “American Honey[s].”

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Lady Antebellum is nominated for the Vocal Group of the Year Award.

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Lee Brice

Lee Brice

Brice started as a songwriter, with cuts by Jason Aldean, Keith Gattis, and Cowboy Crush. Since 2010, Lee has released three albums, one EP, and 11 singles. Unlike his second album, nothing about Lee Brice is Hard 2 Love.

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Lee Brice is nominated for the Single Record of the Year Award for “I Don’t Dance.”

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Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan broke into the country music industry in 2007 with his debut single “All My Friends Say.” Since then, Bryan has released four additional albums and has won two Academy of Country Music Awards. This brown-eyed, dark haired crooner is truly a “Country Man.”

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Luke Bryan is nominated for the Entertainer of the Year Award, the Male Vocalist of the Year Award, the Song of the Year Award for “Drink a Beer,” the Vocal Event of the Year for his feature on “This Is How We Roll” with Florida Georgia Line.

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Reid Perry and Neil Perry (The Band Perry)

Reid Perry and Neil Perry (The Band Perry)

The two brothers in The Band Perry really know how to bring it. With two studio albums, one EP, and 10 singles since 2009, The Band Perry is clearly not “DONE” with country music. Like the band’s most recent single, Reid and Neil are quite “Gentle On [the] Mind.”

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The Band Perry is nominated for the Vocal Group of the Year Award.

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Zach Swon and Colton Swon (The Swon Brothers)

Zach Swon and Colton Swon (The Swon Brothers)

These bewitching brothers hail from Oklahoma and got their start on the fourth season of The Voice. Since then, the two have released three albums and their single “Later On” sold 23,000 copies in its first week. We can tell you why these two brothers are so successful: they’ve got talent and good looks!

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The Swon Brothers are nominated for the Vocal Duo of the Year Award.

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Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw has truly done it all: he’s produced over 50 singles, released 13 studio albums, and had the highest grossing tour in country music history. He was won 14 ACM Awards and is married to country queen Faith Hill. He’s been hot since 1967, but hey, “Some Things Never Change.”

Tim McGraw is nominated for the Vocal Event of the Year Award for “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s” ft. Faith Hill.