The videos were for the songs “You Should Be Loved,” “More” and “This Girl.”
Scotty McCreery, Carly Pearce, Jillian Jacqueline, Hunter Hayes, Sara Evans, and so many more sang their hearts out for children at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
The superstars will appear on The Year In Memoriam 2017, hosted by Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts.
The music video for “You Should Be Loved” featuring The Shadowboxers is part one of a mini-movie series entitled Pictures.
Cue “Monster Mash” by Bobby Pickett and throw on your ghoulish get-ups because it’s officially time for Halloween!
Building up to a symphony crescendo like the lead-up to the perfect kiss, Hayes plants one right on the listener as he croons smoothly over the 50s-inspired tune.
“It’s kind of mind-blowing because here we are at the Ryman Auditorium, surrounded by these icons of country music,” Nashville’s Charles Esten told SLN on the blue carpet.
The event included appearances from many of Music City’s managers, agents, television and radio executives, technology leaders and other influencers.
Thanks to the support of a local Nashville DJ, Hayes found his first time on radio with another one of his most popular tracks.
Three cheers for the red, white and blue!
Combining the healing power of music and lending a hand, the country singer plans to use his latest track in a giving way by partnering with Zappos.com.
Hunter Hayes, Cam, Bailey Bryan and Cassadee Pope all took on the British slang challenge with CMA to promote the relationship of country music overseas and proved their skills are a load of codswallop when it comes to defining such words.
Cracker Barrel teamed up with Lyft to make fans’ dreams come true during the 2017 CMA Music Festival as some of the biggest artists buckled up for the ride of a lifetime.
Sounds Like Nashville and Eden teamed up to get the party started on the 2017 CMT Music Awards gray carpet by testing some of your favorite artists’ knowledge on all things country music.
The 2017 CMA Music Festival just got a whole lot bigger with the addition of more stages, more artists and more music!
Not only have fans of the hockey team gotten behind the boys in blue and gold, but country stars alike have dedicated themselves to the Seventh Man support.
Ella joins the 25-year-old’s Greyhound named Cole.
“Rush is never a good word for anything, but I know my heart’s happy, and I hope she’s as happy as I am,” Hayes admitted.
Sharing his newfound look on life within the reflection of a shattered mirror ball, Hayes finds himself perplexed by his former self in hopes to discover what’s next for his sound.