The Academy of Country Music already has some amazing performers lined up for the 48th annual ACM Awards on April 7. But today, the show got even more exciting.
Earlier today the Academy of Country Music announced that the two most recent ACM Artist of the Decade Award recipients, George Straitand Garth Brooks, will perform live together for the first time ever to honor the late Dick Clark.
George Strait is in the midst of his Cowboy Rides Away Tour, and has a hot radio single (“Give It All We Got Tonight”) driving its way up the charts. But that hasn’t stopped him from getting a brand new album recorded and ready to hit stores.
The Academy of Country Music has announced that Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson, Hunter Hayes, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Carrie Underwood and The Band Perry will perform during the ACM Awards on April 7 in Las Vegas.
George Strait’s two-year Cowboy Rides Away Tour kicked off Friday night (Jan. 18) in Lubbock, Texas, and by all accounts it was a powerful, satisfying show for Strait fans–and for George himself. “Strait climbed on stage wearing […]
Friday night is the first night of George Strait’s two-year Cowboy Rides Away Tour, which he announced last fall during a press conference at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.
Capital Records Nashville sat down with some of its artists and asked them about their Christmas memories. George Strait shares his in his own words.
What’s his favorite type of turkey to shoot? Does he drink on the show? And what do pickup trucks and George Strait songs have in common?
Beginning this Friday, George Strait will be auctioning off two pairs of front row tickets, meet and greets for every stop on his ‘Cowboy Rides Away’ Tour to benefit The Jenifer Strait Foundation. Need a great stocking stuffer?
Ahead of his farewell tour, George Strait will release a brand new single today titled “Give It All We Got Tonight.”