Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock the last few years, beards have become a huge trend for men.
It probably all got started about the time the cable TV series, Duck Dynasty, hit the tube, or perhaps when the Zac Brown Band came thundering onto the country music scene.
Nevertheless, it’s a mens’ trend that doesn’t appear to be going away any time soon.
So after extensive research, here are some of the best beards in country music today, and for fun, I’ve given the beards their own names:
“The Ginger” Beard = Brothers Osborne’s John Osborne
“The ZZ Top” = Chris Stapleton
“The King of Beards” = Zac Brown
“The Chief” of Beards = Eric Church
“The Crocker” (Country Rocker) Beard = Aaron Lewis
“Brass Knuckle” Beard = Brantley Gilbert
“The G.O.A.T” Beard = Garth Brooks
“The Giraffe” (for tall guys) = Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum
The “That’s-Not-Country” Beard = Sam Hunt
“Baby Beard” = Thomas Rhett
“The Post Puberty” Beard = Cole Swindell