The best part of the video, however? All of the proceeds from downloads go directly to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
This year, six schools will receive a $2,500 grant from Give A Note Foundation, which will also be matched by the CMAs.
“I think in the back of my mind, as much as I tried to push it back, it was like she was always ‘the one,'” said Rhett.
The Breaker will feature 12 tracks, including the lead single “Better Man,” written by Taylor Swift.
Tickets for the fourth annual festival will go on sale this Saturday, January 21st at 10am CT/11am ET.
2017 is sure to be memorable for Blake Shelton who jumped right back into work with a chart-topping song at the start of the year.
“We started our little family today,” Birge wrote in a social media post announcing the birth of his son.
“I’m going to tell you, with this whole presidential thing: We’ve got one going out, pray for him and his family,” said Brooks.
The show will return to Vegas, but not without a major venue change!
Other artists slated to take the stage during “Music’s Biggest Night,” include Adele, Beyoncé and Metallica.
“It’s unreal that we’re adding dates before we’ve even had a chance to get started,” said Rhett.
“Song’s doing well…it’s climbing!’ So, it’s pretty crazy saying that to Vince Gill, but it’s a lot of fun,” said Young.
“We’re looking forward to heading back on the road in 2017 and sharing some new songs with our fans,” said Brown.
“I don’t apologize for performing for our country or military,” Keith said in response to the backlash he’s facing.
The sister’s harmonies are on point during their cover of “Up and Up.”
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“I was doing a Twitter chat the other day down in Sydney and I got this person who sent in a video of themselves playing guitar and said ‘I want to come and play for you.’ And I said ‘come on!’
Thankfully, no surgery will be needed for her injuries.
“The New Year brought our family new love. We’re so excited to introduce you to Daisy’s little sister, Dolly Grace,” wrote Schlapman on Instagram.
Presley co-wrote all 12 of the songs on the project, including one with the late Guy Clark.