Tag: cma awards

08
Nov

GET GEEKED IT’S CMA AWARDS DAY!

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Nashville wake up today is DAY! 🙂 THE CMA AWARDS!

Hosted by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood, the 51st CMA Awards will air live from Bridgestone Arena 7 p.m. Wednesday on ABC.

But Underwood isn’t Paisley’s only on-screen partner that night. Paisley, who released his new album “Love and War” earlier this year, will perform “Heaven South” with country newcomer Kane Brown.

DETAILS YOU SHOULD KNOW:
MA AWARDS
NOVEMBER 8, 2017
BRIDGESTONE ARENA
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will once again host the Annual CMA Awards. Country Music’s Biggest Night™ will air live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena November 8 at 8/7c on ABC. Tune in!
2017 NOMINEES
Check out the full list of nominees which includes Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, and many more. See the list.
2017 PERFORMERS
Garth Brooks (#MusicCityWalkofFame inductee) • Brothers Osborne • Luke Bryan • Alan Jackson (#MusicCityWalkofFame inductee) • Carrie Underwood • Eric Church • Little Big Town (#MusicCityWalkofFame inductees) • Miranda Lambert (#MusicCityWalkofFame inductee) • Old Dominion • Jon Pardi • Chris Stapleton • Thomas Rhett • Kelsea Ballerini • Reba McEntire (#MusicCityWalkofFame inductee) • Dierks Bentley • Rascal Flatts (#MusicCityWalkofFame inductees) • Maren Morris • Niall Horan • Brad Paisley • Kane Brown • Tim McGraw (#MusicCityWalkofFame inductee) • Faith Hill (#MusicCityWalkofFame inductee) • P!NK • Keith Urban (#MusicCityWalkofFame inductee) • Eric Church • Lady Antebellum • Darius Rucker

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07
Nov

47TH ANNUAL CMA RECAP

his year’s 2013 CMA Awards started off with the traditional joke session between Carrie Underwood and Brad PaisleY. more info here

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18
Dec

GARTH BROOKS GIVES BACK TO MUSIC CITY

Garth Brooks rocking the Nashville benefit concert.

Legendary country singer who topped all the record charts and was successful in landing a #2 country album in the US back in 1989, is showcasing his rock/country formula to Nashville with a special 9 concert gig to benefit Middle Tennessee flood relief efforts. Of course naturally, all of the shows sold out.

Garth Brooks decided it was time to come back home to Nashville and help raise money from the terrible flood we had back in April 2010. ( Which just so happened to be during my birthday.) In an effort to give back, he held a Nashville press conference in October, announcing to the world he planned to put on a 6 day concert event with 9 shows at the Nashville Bridgestone Arena to benefit the Middle Tennessee flood relief efforts. ( MORE)

Watch Garth perform “Ain’t Going Down to the Sun Comes Up”

PRESS CONFERENCE

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