Anyone from Carrie Underwood to Taylor Swift to even Merle Haggard sang about the importance of motherhood and how it influenced them in a positive manner.
The 2018 CMA Music Festival will be held in Nashville on June 7-10.
Is Jackson’s Honky Tonk Highway Tour coming to a city near you?
From Kip Moore to Danielle Bradbery, Sounds Like Nashville is counting down the 20 best country albums of 2017!
Lee Ann Womack has earned the right to record whatever style of music she wants to, and with The Lonesome, The Lonely & The Gone, she achieves that goal and more. …
“I’m really proud and I don’t feel like I really belong here. I’m so humbled by it…” Jackson said from the stage.
They brought the house down with this performance!
Rather than celebrate each artist’s accomplishments, CMT Artists of the Year has been transformed into a night of hope and healing through the power of music.
Strait kicked off the show with an energetic performance of “Great Balls of Fire.”
Featuring notes of gospel, rock, soul and of course, country, Womack helped pen her life journey since her last record came out and made the album into somewhat of a diary.
Alan Jackson’s Honky Tonk Highway Tour has been rolling through various cities bringing a “good time” to fans across the U.S. all year long.
We’re taking a deep dive into several albums released this year with the 20 best album cuts of 2016. We hope to hear these on the radio someday!
“I really love “Oh Come, All Ye Faithful,” which is why I chose to record it this year. The melody and the calling together of the faithful is inspiring to me,” she said recently.
Jackson’s tour will feature special guest Lee Ann Womack on select dates.
The latest ‘Country Faith’ album features faith-based songs from some of country music’s biggest stars and brightest newcomers.
Country Music is what – as a friend of mine told me Friday – you grew up with.
“I Hope You Dance” was released during the beginning of the 2000s, and won both the CMA Awards for Song of the Year and Single of the Year in 2000.
Gosdin’s “Chiseled in Stone” was the winner of the CMA Award for Song of the Year in 1989, and was also nominated in the category of Single of the Year in 1989 as well.
As he closed his set and thanked the audience for coming one thing was certain: country music is in very good hands with Chris Stapleton.
To celebrate the upcoming 50th Annual CMA Awards, we’re taking a look back at the iconic awards show through the years.