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.
“Time well spent Mr. Ellis, time well spent sir…..rest now, for you shall be well received,” McGraw wrote.
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.
Break out those tissues immediately because Tim McGraw posted a video to his Facebook page that could make even a grown man cry.
Hill and McGraw will receive the 73rd and 74th stars on the coveted walkway.
The two bond over their Taylor Swift jam session by singing the words to “Bad Blood” in their own homemade version of a bit of carpool karaoke.
“There’s a ton of history here on Ellis Island. This is our first time here, so it’s really special,” Hubbard tells us.
Carrie Underwood, Maren Morris, & many others took to Twitter to express their excitement following the 50th Annual CMA Awards nominations.
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.
Tim McGraw has seen his babies grow up year after year and now his oldest, Gracie, is enjoying her second year of college life.
Florida Georgia Line’s new music video is unlike anything they’ve ever done.
It’s not every day that a famous country singer shows up unannounced to a wedding!
“Please join the relief efforts by donating to many worthwhile causes,” McGraw says in the clip.
Florida Georgia Line have been promising a more mature sound with their third album Dig Your Roots and the duo more than deliver.
“‘God, Your Mama, and Me’ is just such a well-written song. A song that when we heard it, we fell in love with it,” explained Hubbard about the pop-country collaboration.
Rice let us in on a few confessions, both serious and funny, during our exclusive sit-down with the country artist at the Canadian festival.
Scott talked about what his mom does best, what he’d like to ask Siri and even what Batman does when no one is looking.