Tangled up in sheets alone, Currington plays the devastated narrator by trying to casually brush off his loneliness in the middle of the night in the rocking track.
“These songs either dig up some old yesterdays or make me look forward to tomorrow,” Niemann says of the tracks on his new album.
From the silly game of guessing middle names to singing Coldplay songs at the bar, the country singer rewinds time with his lighthearted approach to love.
Celebrating the occasion with fellow writers Ross Copperman and Ashley Gorley, Bentley knew how special this song was from the start due to its half-time echoing nature to the passionate subject matter.
From finding comfort in the bottom of many bottles to ruining walls with forceful actions, Allan narrates the fast-moving tune as the desperate lover in need of the crazy, uncontrollable chaos that comes with the relationship he’s in.
Lori McKenna was presented with the honor by Cam during an ACM Awards songwriter showcase in Las Vegas.
“Today” was written by Paisley, Chris DuBois and Ashley Gorley, and holds the spot as the lead single for his forthcoming album, Love and War.
“I’m really just trying to sit here and just really enjoy this moment because it’s very rare to have these kinds of moments where so many cool things are happening in your life.,” Rhett said prior to the celebration.
“The writers in this town, they are so talented,” Shelton said. “It’s unbelievable.”
Cole Swindell’s “Middle of a Memory” was almost an entirely different song, until a misunderstanding with a writer changed everything.
Here are the nominees for the 52nd Annual ACM Awards! Did your favorites make the cut?