Some of country music’s biggest songwriters were recognized at the 2017 SESAC Awards, held Sunday, November 5 in Nashville.
From Carrie Underwood to Keith Urban to Luke Bryan, country stars went all out for Halloween 2017!
Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Reba, Dolly Parton, and more took the stage to celebrate the iconic Kenny Rogers.
Pieces from the fall LaBellum line range anywhere from chiffon tops with velvet trims, neutral toned frocks, suede and knit throwovers to add layers and so many other sweater weather approved items.
From Luke Bryan to Miranda Lambert to Eric Church — here’s a blast from the CMAs past.
“We just wanted to take a second to just formally, and just with unity, acknowledge what happened a couple of days ago and how I think all of us here are dealing with it,” Hillary Scott shared.
The country trio was inspired by their video shoot in Puerto Rico, and raised money from their concerts to donate to hurricane relief following the recent horrific storms.
“We have dreamed of performing in South Africa for years and can’t wait to make new plans to visit your beautiful country soon,” the country trio shared in a statement.
The two twin girls will turn Scott’s family into a party of five, with little Eisele taking on the role of big sister to the little ones on the way.
Congratulations to the happy couple as they add twins to their beautiful family early next year!
“Well, #BabyBellum round 2 is on the way,” the band wrote in an adorable Facebook announcement.
Awards will be presented during the 11th Annual ACM Honors at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN with the TV broadcast scheduled for a later date.
Nashville mayor Megan Barry and her husband Bruce are mourning the loss of their son Max, 22, after an apparent overdose.
Channeling the vibes of former tour mate Sam Hunt, Kelley and Haywood put a spin on “Body Like a Backroad,” using their #ROBElife as inspiration for the parodied lyrics.
Three cheers for the red, white and blue!
Heart Break’s No. 1 debut on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart marks the band’s fifth debut in the top spot.
Sunday was for all the dads out there and the celebrations weren’t lacking in terms of vintage photographs and family festivities.
Spilling their guts when it came to a variety of random situations, bandmates Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood categorized each other and gave some secret insight on their decisions.
Written by Hillary Scott, Dave Haywood and a couple of their Nashville songwriting colleagues, they made this track specifically from the girl’s point of view to enhance the emotional vulnerability without making the moving on process a big deal.