Before becoming a world-renowned country artist, Kris Kristofferson began with humble beginnings, working as a janitor in a recording studio.
It’s been nearly 10 years since we met Lady Antebellum so ahead of their seventh album, we’re looking back at the song that started it all.
The 2017 CMT Music Awards were ones for the ages with Keith Urban taking home the top prize and an exciting list of performances.
It was sweet victory as Keith Urban earned the trophy for the 2017 Video of the Year accolade, voted by fans until right before the 2017 CMT Music Awards broadcast.
“Thank you for voting, this awards show is really cool because it’s voted on by you guys and you guys are the ones that buy our music and come see us play, that support us in every single way,” she said to the crowd.
After getting those hashtags to trend, Keith Urban took home the award for the 2017 CMT Social Superstar of the Year at the CMT Music Awards.
It was Florida Georgia Line’s for the taking as the country duo claimed the honor of the 2017 Duo Video of the Year.
Awarded to the artists for their creative chemistry and work done together in the video, Carrie Underwood felt honored to be alongside Keith Urban while accepting their prize.
Urban and Underwood’s video for “The Fighter” was nominated within the 2017 Collaborative Video of the Year category thanks to its gritty street dancer parading the streets during a quiet night out.
It was a stellar moment for all as Luke Bryan and Jason Derulo were awarded the honor of the 2017 CMT Performance of the Year.
Charles Kelley, Darius Rucker, and Jason Aldean honored the late Gregg Allman with a tribute at the start of the CMT Awards.
The music video that accompanies the track is a prime example of the 90s at its best.
Billy Ray Cyrus made an out of this world remake of his 1992 hit “Achy Breaky Heart” with the rap version featuring Buck 22.
“Fool Hearted Memory” was the first single released to radio from his sophomore album Strait From the Heart, the ten-track project that featured iconic hits “Amarillo by Morning,” “Marina Del Ray” and “A Fire I Can’t Put Out.” …
These are just a few of the American Idol auditions we’ve been graced with from over the years and we can’t wait to see more with the revival.
Two years before his critically-acclaimed album Traveller, Chris Stapleton released his debut single, “What Are You Listening To?”
During a sold out show at University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium in 2013, Jason Aldean invited Ludacris on stage to help with “Dirt Road Anthem.”
Long before the Backstreet Boys collaborated with Florida Georgia Line, they had a stand out performance with Shania Twain.
By the end of the night, both stars were arrested but later released on bail.