Bill Anderson will soon be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, but not before reflecting on a historic career in country music.
The Opry will keep the party going with performances from Blake Shelton, Sara Evans, Scotty McCreery and more later in the week.
“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.
Brad Paisley just released the track list for his new album, Love and War, revealing a number of surprise collaborations.
Collectively, the acts that assembled have placed over 1,300 singles on the charts, combining for an astronomical 171 chart-topping records!
“It’s been such a privilege to tell the story of Patsy Cline. For me, her story exceeds her musical accomplishments,” said Emmy-nominated director and producer Barbara J. Hall.
“I found very quickly that in country music when you walk up to them and say ‘I am someone who really respects you and I have a record deal, do you want to do something with me?’ they say ‘yes,'” Paisley explained.
The 50th Annual CMA Awards airs 8:00-11:00 PM/ET tonight from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.
Presenters include “Final Five” Olympic gymnasts Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian, and Aly Raisman.
To celebrate the upcoming 50th Annual CMA Awards, we’re taking a look back at the iconic awards show through the years.
Anderson dishes on his iconic co-writes, like Vince Gill, and one he regrets not following through with.
Many of Vince Gill’s friends and collaborators paid homage to the legendary singer as he celebrated his 25th anniversary as an Opry member.
“That’s all you can ask for as a songwriter and an artist,” Ballerini told us after receiving her Gold record for “Peter Pan.”
The artist list keeps getting bigger and better for the schedule of events during CMA Fest at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Fans can enjoy the following activities during CMA Fest week from Thursday to Sunday, June 9-12.
Two decades flew by quick for Steve Wariner who celebrated his 20th anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday (May 14).
Blake Shelton will kick off the festivities with a special acoustic performance and interview, hosted by museum editor Michael McCall.
A very special CMA Songwriters Series took place on Tuesday (April 5) during the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival.
Grand Ole Opry members Carrie Underwood, Bill Anderson, and Del McCoury along with Billy Currington, Easton Corbin, Scotty McCreery, Mickey Guyton, and Mo Pitney hit the stage Tuesday night as the Opry kicked off its CMA Music Fest Week with two shows. Surprise special backstage guests included actors Tom Arnold and Arnold Schwarzenegger.