CMT Music Awards
Did you see the great mash-up that Lady Antebellum performed with Hot Chelle Rae on last week’s CMT Music Awards show?
Alan Jackson, fresh off a day of boating outside of Nashville, attended this week’s CMT Music Awards, and he almost didn’t make it in time for the show!
Things are really starting to heat up for new band The Farm! After announcing that their self-titled debut album will be hitting shelves on July 17, the trio experienced another big celebration, as their new single “Home Sweet Home” broke the Top 20 on the Billboard & Mediabase country charts.
Less than 24 hours after winning the USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year award at the CMT Music Awards, Scotty McCreery took a walk to a greater goal: receiving his high school diploma.
It’s been a big week for Luke Bryan. In fact, it’s been a great year. After scoring two platinum singles with “I Don’t Want This Night To End” and “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)”, Bryan completed the platinum trifecta with his latest single “Drunk On You”.
Singer and actress Jana Kramer released her self-titled debut album this week, and within two days it reached Number One on the iTunes country album chart.
This year’s CMT Music Awards has come to a close, and if you were watching, you already know all the winners. And you also likely know that there were some stellar live performances.
The star-studded extravaganza that was the 2012 CMT Music Awards took over Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena last night, and what a grand celebration of country music it turned out to be.
Tonight’s CMT Music Awards showcase just keeps getting more interesting. After news came that Lady Antebellum is collaborating with pop group Hot Chelle Rae, we’ve now learned that Rascal Flatts will be performing with none other than Journey.
Eric Church, who recently added a series of fall dates to his ‘Blood, Sweat and Beers’ tour, is making a stop in Nashville on Wednesday.