In their episode, Bryan and Scott tackle tough topics about spirituality, loss and success.
“The songs are deeper than we’ve gone in the past,” says Miranda Lambert.
To be able to have a space that is so inspiring to help me want to go write a song, to want to be creative, is super cool. I love it.
These spots are truly worth the wait!
“I cannot vote for someone who will not be willing to fight for dignity for ALL Americans, no matter their skin color, gender or who they love.”
Cole Swindell has plenty of reasons to drink…all good ones!
Lambert is the 15th (and youngest) artist in residence, joins a prestigious list of names including Kris Kristofferson, Vince Gill, Kenny Rogers, Ricky Skaggs, Alan Jackson, Rosanne Cash and last year’s featured artist, Jason Isbell.
From the opening notes of “Song For Another Time” at the top of the show to the crowd-wide sing-a-long to “Snapback” during the encore, it was an on your feet, know all the words, special kind of homecoming for Old Dominion and fans alike.
“2017 just wasn’t how I imagined it. I’d kind of planned that was going to be the year to work on new music, and have a baby.”
It’s here, it’s finally here!
The vibrant clip features Underwood performing the uplifting anthem for an audience covered in rainbow dust.
This one’s for the girls!
“All these things seem to have been put in place in my life and have helped me understand what my point is here: living and breathing and creating. I guess that means I’ve landed in the right spot.”
Kennedy was driving his GMC Sierra on I-40 in Wilson County when he hit a tractor-trailer before colliding with a pickup truck.
Dressed in black, Hill had guests like Whoopi Goldberg, the Reverend Al Sharpton and former President Bill Clinton on their feet in awe as she belted her way through the moving number.
Taylor Swift brought her “Reputation Tour” to Nashville last night…with a bang. The gloriously over-the-top opus included stadium-sized screens, fireworks and pyro, light-up wristbands and, of course, Taylor.
“When I think about lasting design, I think about Pottery Barn, because they embody that timeless but fresh aesthetic, but it’s also comfortable. They’ve stood the test of time.”
In the video Wammack sees love and loss from both sides of the bar–through the eyes of her customers and from her own experience. “It’s less about a drink healing you and more about just listening to someone who may be going through something. Being behind the bar in the video reminded me of that.” …
Be warned: This song will be stuck in your head all day!
Old Dominion is teaming up with Xfinity for a special encore performance of their hit song, “Written in the Sand,” available on demand immediately following the CMA Fest broadcast.