Sounds Like Nashville has a special behind-the-scenes look at the making of “Forever Country,” featuring 30 CMA Award-winning acts.
The Country Music Association has unveiled the much-anticipated “Forever Country” music video to accompany the recently-released track of the same name.
Artists featured on the track include Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Dolly Parton, Alamaba, Brooks & Dunn, and many, many more.
The album, which marks her first new album in two years, will be released November 18.
According Lambert’s website, this week’s shows scheduled in her homestate of Texas will no longer take place.
Miranda Lambert has done it again! Her new music video for her current radio single, “Vice,” is going to have everyone talking.
The nominations for the 50th Annual Country Music Association Awards were announced in Nashville this morning, and as usual – there were more than a few surprises.
Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley and Little Big Town will be teaming up to perform a cover of the song, “Heroes,” in honor of the late David Bowie.
Sam Hunt is making history with the score of his fourth No. 1 single off his debut record, Montevallo, with his current radio hit, “Make You Miss Me.”
“Some days, this town and this industry have a way of making we wish I could just go sit on Mars and build glass clocks,” he concluded.
The award recognizes uncompromising artists in the spirit of the late singer, while paying homage to a prominent figure in ACM history.
“I am really excited to see all our hard work and great product now available, I hope y’all love it as much as we do,” Lambert says.
The 10th Annual ACM Honors will be held at the famous Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday, August 30.
After getting to know his tour mates on the road, Hunt has gotten to find that Chesney is as cool as he thought he would be.
This month, we take a closer listen to Miranda Lambert’s back catalogue and find eight gems that warrant airplay.
He liked it, so he put a ring on it. And no, we’re not talking about Anderson East.
MetLife Stadium is typically home to the NY Jets and NY Giants, but Saturday, the venue was home to Kenny Chesney’s No Shoes Nation for one unforgettable night of music.
“Brothers Osborne is definitely one of my favorite new bands. There’s true musicianship in that band,” Moore said.
Whether he’s on his way to a recording session or booking his way across the country playing shows, Chesney always looks to his managers and roadies for a shoulder to lean on.