Steven Tyler is the latest rock god intoxicated by Nashville, releasing his country-flavored We're All Somebody From Somewhere solo album today — a project that stunned Aerosmith fans (and even bandmates). But jumping on the country bandwagon is nothing new. Just like Tyler, Tina Turner's very first solo album was country. Before her, Conway Twitty transitioned from hugely successful pop star to country music royalty. And some of Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bob Dylan's most memorable work was largely country-flavored. Here are our picks for the 21 rock, pop, R&B and rap acts with the most shocking (and, for the most part, successful) leaps to country.