Country Music News

ICYMI: Tyler Hubbard’s Daughter Olivia Makes an ER Visit

View this post on Instagram Not exactly what we expected on hayley’s due date, but that’s life. We getting good at hitting these curve balls 2020 keeps throwing at us. Shout out to @vumcchildren for taking such good care of our angel. A post shared by Tyler Hubbard (@tylerhubbard) on Sep 16, 2020 at 7:36am... Read more » ... Continue Reading

CMT Next Up Now: Bree Doster Looks Back in “As Good as I Remember It”

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Jameson Rodgers Still Stings From a Breakup in “Some Girls”

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Backstage with Mickey Guyton After She Made History

Tim McGraw introduced her. Keith Urban backed her. And then Mickey Guyton made history. During Wednesday night’s (Sept. 16) ACM Awards, Guyton performed her ballad “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?” live from Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry. That made Guyton the very first black female country artist to perform her own song at the show.... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Blake Shelton Says Thanks for Somehow Propping Him Up After 20 Years

When Blake Shelton picked up his trophy for single of the year at Wednesday night’s (Sept. 16) ACM Awards, he was in Los Angeles, somewhere that was made to look exactly like the inside of Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe. It was just another part of the new normal we’re all trying to navigate. But being in... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Cassadee Pope Shines a Light on New Music, One Video at a Time

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Backstage with the Winners at the ACM Awards

While everyone around the world is still juggling with the new normals that arrived when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the Academy of Country Music had to find their footing — and their own new normal — to put on their annual awards show. So on Wednesday night (Sept. 16), nothing felt familiar, but somehow it... Read more » ... Continue Reading

UPDATE: Backstage with the Winners at the ACM Awards

While everyone around the world is still juggling with the new normals that arrived when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the Academy of Country Music had to find their footing — and their own new normal — to put on their annual awards show. So on Wednesday night (Sept. 16), nothing felt familiar, but somehow it... Read more » ... Continue Reading

ACM Awards: Two Performers Share Entertainer of the Year

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ACM Awards: See the Winners List

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Hear Keith Urban’s Duet With “One of the Greatest Voices of Our Time”

Hear "One Too Many," the new duet with Keith Urban and P!nk. ... Continue Reading

Maren Morris’ Beautifully Candid Conversation with CBS

On Tuesday night (Sept. 15), Maren Morris posted about her “beautifully candid conversation” with CBS News. Thank you @AnthonyMasonCBS for another beautifully candid conversation. We got real deep on this one. ✨ https://t.co/HAQBhKNXhq — MAREN MORRIS (@MarenMorris) September 15, 2020 And it is, both beautiful and candid. Because Morris revealed during the interview that when... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Devin Dawson Has No Other Choice But to Keep Going in “I Got a Truck”

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Take This Swarovski Crystal-Studded Four-String Dulcimer Off Dolly Parton’s Hands

The value of this particular golden dulcimer is somewhere between $50,000 and $100,000. But in a way, it’s priceless. Because this is from Dolly Parton’s own collection that she’s had for 30 years. The Swarovski crystal-studded four-string dulcimer is up for auction at Christie’s to benefit the Academy of Country Music’s Lifting Lives COVID-19 Response... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Thirty Years After Plane Crash, Reba McEntire Still Credits Kenny Rogers with Saving Her

Reba McEntire wasn’t on the plane. Neither was Kenny Rogers. But to this day, she credits Rogers with saving her in the aftermath of the tragic plane crash in 1991. The chartered jet crashed in San Diego on the morning of March 16, 1991, after McEntire’s performance at a private corporate event. Eight members of... Read more » ... Continue Reading

There Is No Shame in Priscilla Block’s “Thick Thighs” Game

Country newcomer Priscilla Block has all the things: a major-label Nashville record deal, YouTube page, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and all the followers that come with those. But TikTok is where Block really shines. It’s where you get more than just her music. You get her. Block is a bona fide country singer, fully poised to... Read more » ... Continue Reading

ACM Awards: Five Entertainer Nominees Will Open the Show

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Even the Audience Is Over Tyler Joe Miller in “I Would Be Over Me Too”

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Blanco Brown Expected to Make a Full Recovery After Head-On Collision

The tragic news of Blanco Brown’s Aug. 31 car accident in Atlanta that left him in the intensive care unit was devastating for his friends, family and fans just getting to know him as the country singer with some hip-hop swagger. Now, two weeks later, Brown and his loved ones are breathing a sigh of... Read more » ... Continue Reading

CMT Renews Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders: Making the Team for 15th Season

Here’s something to cheer about: CMT today announced its most popular and longest-running series Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team has been renewed for a monumental season 15, premiering later this fall. Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team, which first premiered in 2006, continues to make history as a ratings juggernaut for CMT. Fresh off... Read more » ... Continue Reading