The class of 2017 New Faces of Country Music took the stage Friday evening for an unforgettable night of music inside Nashville’s Omni Hotel.
This year’s Tortuga Music Festival will feature Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton and Kenny Chesney, just to name a few.
Booked for the upcoming time on the road includes artists like Brett Eldredge, Lauren Alaina, Adam Craig, Craig Campbell, Granger Smith and Seth Ennis.
The 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards will air live on March 5 at 8 p.m. ET on TNT, TBS and TruTV.
Watch the hilarious reactions from Bryan, Chris Janson, Dustin Lynch and many others!
“Tractor” is one of the album cuts from Smith’s major label debut album, Remington, which was released in March 2016.
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“Out of the hospital, back in TX & starting to regain movements,” Smith shared in an update to his fans.
While many singers have koozies and beer openers, others have added their own unique flair to what they sell on their online boutiques.
Granger Smith is currently in the hospital after suffering multiple injuries during his concert at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey Friday evening (Dec. 2).
“I appreciate the fans for giving me a job, buying the CD, and coming out to the shows, and giving me an opportunity to do what I do and supporting Country Music,” Morgan shares.
The invitation-only event celebrates the songwriters and publishers of the most-performed country songs of the past year.
The 2017 Tortuga Music Festival will be held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, from April 7 to 9.
Bryan showed off his backstage hang out areas and all of the hard work that goes into making Farm Tour a memorable time for all.
Not even the cancellation of the first show due to weather threats or a broken clavicle could stop Luke Bryan and the crew from starting off Farm Tour with quite the energetic concert.
“I mean, my whole existence and 90% of the men that I grew up with in my life were all farmers and of that background,” said Bryan.
The festival was scheduled for its 4th year over the Labor Day Weekend with headliners Brad Paisley, Jake Owen and Eric Church.
The trio belted out songs from the start of their career through present day to the crowd of 30,000.
Fans can enjoy the following activities during CMA Fest week from Thursday to Sunday, June 9-12.
The popular compilation album drops June 10.