The superstar lineup at the 2014 Taste of Country Music Festival just got bigger with the addition of Hank Williams. Jr. Eric Paslay, Leah Turner, the Cadillac Three and Jamie Lynn Spears have also been added to the June 13-15 camping and country music festival at Hunter Mountain.

The five new artists make a three-day lineup of 17 singers ... so far. Previously announced headliners include Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley and Brantley Gilbert. The 2014 ToC Fest is making good on a promise to be the best country music festival in America. The full lineup also includes Randy Houser, Craig Morgan, Thomas Rhett and Thompson Square.

Williams, Jr. is a rare artist who requires no introduction. His resume of hits is well-known to anyone who has turned on country radio in the last four decades. 'Family Tradition,' 'All My Rowdy Friends,' 'A Country Boy Can Survive' and 'That's How They Do It in Dixie' are just four of his timeless hits. More recently, he has released 'I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink,' a duet with Merle Haggard, on his 'Old School New Rules' album.

Paslay sings 'Friday Night,' the chart-topping hit from his just-released self-titled album. Newcomer Turner is enjoying watching her first song 'Take the Keys' work up the charts. The Cadillac Three are one of the most exciting groups in country music. Their mix of rock, blues and country is showcased on a southern rocker called 'The South.'

Jamie Lynn Spears has released 'How Could I Want More' as her first single to country radio. The sister of Britney Spears proves her country cred on this song, a powerful vocal performance that has left fans hungry for her debut album.

Tickets for the Taste of Country Music Festival are on sale now. The three-day party in the Catskill Mountains of central New York offers camping and numerous hotel options. Check out highlights from the 2013 event below.

Watch Highlights From the 2013 ToC Festival

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