North Florida’s largest country music festival is back!
Who made the cut for this year’s CMT Music Awards list?
Rain or shine, country has you covered.
This year, the Nashville Symphony chose Jason Wu as their featured designer of the evening for his elegant takes on everyday fashion staples and high-end approach to red carpet worthy gowns.
Lambert shared the video and moment in celebration of her huge ACM wins for Song of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year.
Sam Hunt’s mega-smash “Body Like A Back Road” was named the Single Record of the Year at the 53rd ACM Awards.
Little Big Town soared with their performance of Elton John’s classic “Rocket Man” on the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards.
“A lot of people that make a lot sacrifices in order for us to be up here right now. Our families, our management team people…we’re so lucky,” Matthew Ramsey of the group said.
The singer wasn’t present to accept the award, as he was back home in Nashville helping his wife welcome twin boys into the world!
The man of the hour sparkled brightly in his bedazzled ensemble as he slayed his piano solo for “I’m Still Standing.”
Little Big Town’s harmonies were at the forefront of their performance of “Rocket Man” for the Elton John: I’m Still Standing TV special.
“We will continue to do our part to protect music education, songwriters, recordings, and the artists who bring them to life,” Fairchild said of the group’s initiative.
LBT’s rendition of “Rocket Man” will be featured as a part of the Restoration disc on the Elton John cover set.
The bill will also feature opening sets from the Turnpike Troubadours, The Steel Woods, Natalie Hemby and Tenille Townes.
Maren Morris performed “Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters,” while Little Big Town did their own version of “Rocket Man” for the television special.
The ACM nominations are here, and some of the biggest artists will have something to celebrate before they hit the streets of Vegas!
Was your favorite artist nominated for an ACM Award?
Many of the attendees at the 60th GRAMMY Awards wore white roses to support Time’s Up, including Little Big Town.
From the pre-show glam sessions to the candid snapshots taken just seconds before some massive performances, all of your favorite country stars used their social media platforms to document the chaos of the GRAMMY night.
Chris Stapleton, Reba, Little Big Town and Jason Isbell were among the country music winners at the 60th GRAMMY Awards.