The CMA was quick on their feet and just hours after it was announced Brice wouldn’t perform, his replacement was announced: Charles Kelley from Lady A!
Congrats to Granger Smith, who was announced as the first (and hopefully, only) recipient of the Quarantine Video of the Year.
On that list was Maren Morris, who never disappoints at awards shows. Performed her song, “To Hell and Back” Morris stood on stage accompanying herself on guitar.
“You go girl!” Parton said. “Oh that’s great. I could tell just by your singing that you’ve got a little spark in there.”
On the September 24th episode, she performed the song “Tennessee Whiskey” in the style of Chris Stapleton…
The song touches on real-world issues including soldiers coming back from war, overworked and underpaid school teachers, and more.
Although they haven’t really known each other since childhood, the video is so cute!
During the podcast they covered all sorts of topics, including the glory days with Brooks & Dunn, his iconic “cowboy” tattoo.
Urban opened the video with thanking all of the healthcare workers who are on the frontline.
The news of Joe Diffie’s death came as a shock to all, including his daughter Kara.
In a statement posted to Facebook, Kara explained that the loss of her dad was so “sudden and tragic” that she had “no words.”
In a newly resurfaced video posted to YouTube, it’s not hard to see that the apple didn’t fall far from the tree.
The country music world was rocked on March 21, 2020 when the legendary Kenny Rogers’ family informed fans and friends that he had passed away at the age of 81.