“Having an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is something we wouldn’t have ever known to dream of for ourselves, it is beyond a dream come true,” Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild said upon hearing the news of the band’s exhibition. …
This is the first time since 2004 that country music did not show up in the Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year or Best New Artist categories.
Their performance was part of the two-hour CMA Country Christmas special on ABC.
Nominees for the upcoming 60th GRAMMY Awards were revealed Tuesday morning (Nov. 28) and several country music stars are in the running.
Superstar Reba hosts the star-studded show, which airs Monday, Nov. 27 on ABC.
“To the fans, you are the best in the world. I love you guys more than you know,” Urban gushed during his celebratory speech.
A new country music themed movie is coming out early next year and it features music from a handful of country favorites.
“I love getting up every day and playing music, and I’ll be damned if anybody out there will ever stop me from doing that,” said Aldean.
Old Dominion got the most explicit message of them all, one that had them laughing hysterically and had lead singer Matthew Ramsey falling off his chair.
Chris Stapleton and Brothers Osborne walked away as the big winners of the night by taking home two trophies each.
“We just have to step out and be together and I love country music because we’re together, so we can change everything because of harmony,” Karen Fairchild said while accepting the trophy.
Campbell’s widowed wife embraced her daughter, Ashley Campbell, who stood crying throughout Little Big Town’s performance dedicated to her late famous father.
“I want to thank my wife so much. I want to thank my kids and my kids that are on the way,” Stapleton said from the stage.
The award-winning quartet accepted the honor on behalf of Taylor Swift, who was unable to attend the show.
This was the first-ever win in the Single of the Year category for Urban.
The sparkle and shine radiated throughout the star-studded extravaganza.
Congratulations to Brothers Osborne and directers Wes Edwards and Ryan Silver!
The eighth annual CMA Country Christmas special, which is already sold out, will feature Reba as its new host.
Little Big Town’s haunting single “When Someone Stops Loving You” has been portrayed perfectly in a moody and cinematic new clip.
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