This month, we take a closer listen to Trisha Yearwood’s back catalogue and find eight gems that warrant airplay.
Tim Nichols shares the stories behind the hits he wrote, from Tim McGraw’s “Live Like You Were Dying” to Dustin Lynch’s “Cowboys and Angels.”
Early on in their set, Scott promised a memorable show and Lady Antebellum did not disappoint.
“I love you guys, we’re a family,” Brooks told fellow artists and fans from the stage as he accepted the night’s biggest honor.
“You know, every one of the guys in that category has something to do with me being up here,” Stapleton shared during his speech.
“Thank you to everybody in this room. I love all of you so much, thank you,” Lambert said from the stage.
A powerful moment, Underwood choked up herself as she sang the song’s final lyrics and the photos of the country fans who died at the festival were displayed behind her.
“I want to thank my wife so much. I want to thank my kids and my kids that are on the way,” Stapleton said from the stage.
Two eras of country music came together for a special performance.
The award-winning quartet accepted the honor on behalf of Taylor Swift, who was unable to attend the show.
The star-studded performance set the scene for a night to remember!
Ballerini’s sophomore effort, Unapologetically, is solid album from top to bottom.
A huge fan of queso, he filled us in on two spots with killer queso as well as shared where he likes to take his wife for Sunday brunch when he’s home.
The newest inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame boasts an impressive résumé of 35 No. 1 songs and 50 top 10 hits.
During an album preview on his 200-acres of property that overlooks Nashville, Kid Rock opened up about his new project, Sweet Southern Sugar, and his quiet life in Nashville.
The ‘Nashville’ actress is officially off the market!
“I’m really proud and I don’t feel like I really belong here. I’m so humbled by it…” Jackson said from the stage.
“It wasn’t a groundbreaking song, it was just catchy and conversational and had a positive lyric,” songwriter Lance Carpenter explains.
Tyminski’s Southern Gothic is a versatile masterpiece both lyrically and musically.
“The idea of playing tonight was I missed playing,” Urban said at the start of his set.