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.
Who made the cut for this year’s CMT Music Awards list?
Jason Aldean is so proud of “Drowns The Whiskey,” his collaboration with Miranda Lambert, that he is sending it to country radio!
Hunt was recognized in the Billboard Chart Achievement Award category, while Stapleton made his own place on the Top Selling Album list.
Lambert shared the video and moment in celebration of her huge ACM wins for Song of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year.
Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Maren Morris and others honored the victims of the Las Vegas shooting at the top of the 53rd ACM Awards.
Brothers Osborne were early winners of the ACM Awards for Video of the Year for their song “It Ain’t My Fault.”
“I cannot believe this, I really can’t. Thank you so much. I love country music…it is my entire life,” Lambert said.
Miranda Lambert showcased exactly why she’s won the most ACM Awards with her fiery performance of “Keeper of the Flame.”
Lambert now owns a total of 31 awards from the ACM, making her the most winningest artist for this award show.
The man of the hour sparkled brightly in his bedazzled ensemble as he slayed his piano solo for “I’m Still Standing.”
The two worked together previously for a duet on his second studio album back in the day.
Some of the artists lined up to perform at Seven Peaks include Brothers Osborne, Miranda Lambert, Elle King, LANCO, The Cadillac Three, Del McCoury and Sam Bush.
Our April 2018 10 Songs playlist features the latest from Miranda Lambert, Jake Owen, Chris Young, Rodney Atkins and more!
Highlights from the renovated space included authentic snakeskin booth covers and velveted fringe curtains.
The surprise appearance got fans singing along to every word, as Lambert joined in to the harmonies of the Oaks.
In celebration of Lambert on tour for the year, Sounds Like Nashville is giving away a special bangle set priced at a $729 value from one of Lambert’s favorite brands, Rustic Cuff.
“It’s always a huge compliment when an artist loves your song enough to take the time and effort to rework it,” said John about the collection.
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.