Country stars without their hats
Country stars and their hats go together like peanut butter and jelly. And you know what a PB&J is like without the jelly.
Brad Paisley is seen her sans his signature cowboy hat. But "The Mona Lisa" singer is used to taking off his hat for his various hosting gigs. At the 2013 CMA Awards, Paisley left his hat offstage when he jokingly impersonated singer Robin Thicke in a PG-rated spoof of "Blurred Lines" with co-host Carrie Underwood.
The "Southern Girl" singer is almost unrecognizable when he traded his hat for sunglasses. McGraw has appeared in multiple films, including "The Bling Side" withouth his signature headgear.
Trace Adkins opts for a more slicked-back look without his hat.
With two Academy of Country Music Awards in hand, the King of Country forgot he wasn't wearing his cowboy hat.
"The Devil Went Down to Georgia" ditched his hat and fiddle when he was honored as a BMI Icon at the BMI Country Awards in Nashville, Tennessee October 18, 2005.
Reality star, duck hunter and country singer? Duck Dynastys Robertson family released their first album this year: A country music Christmas CD filled with their own tunes featuring George Strait, Alison Krauss and many others. Willie Robertson shares a duet with Luke Bryan appropriately titled "Hairy Christmas." Rarely seen without his bandana, he went sans headgear during his church's Christmas play.
Alan Jackson barely lifted his hat up high enough to give us a pick of what's underneath.
The "Red Solo Cup" singer is almost recognizable without his cowboy hat.
One of the most successful artists of all time, Garth Brooks took off his hat at the 2008 Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
The "Night Train" singer took off his hat to sing the National Anthem at a Los Angeles Dodgers game.
Willie Nelson is known for his music, his hat and his, um, recreational activities.