Dierks Bentley, Hunter Hayes, Kellie Pickler, Clint Black Among Stars Performing At Monday’s ACM Honors
The ACM Honors event celebrates out-of-the-ordinary efforts from some true country superstars as well as artists, musicians, and industry vets who work behind the scenes.
After Miranda’s pointed remarks (via Twitter) about Kutcher’s appearance and actions during the 2012 ACM Awards, it’s hard to say if they’ll be friends. But the two will at least get a chance to reconcile in person next weekend.
Lee Brice’s sophomore album will be released Tuesday, April 24th and there is already buzz about the new single “I Drive Your Truck” being another number one hit for Brice!
If you love that American Idol, Grammy Award winner Kelly Clarkson appears to be going country, you will love watching these performance videos of who she invited to her L.A. Nokia Theatre stop this week
During the ACM Awards Sunday, one of the highlights of Sunday’s ACM Awards broadcast was the live performance of the award-winning “Red Solo Cup” by Toby Keith (along with several hundred fans, all sporting the signature cup as Keith strolled through the crowd).
The Academy of Country Music Awards took place last night (Sunday, April 1), and what a nonstop, jam-packed show it turned out to be. Check out the winners, and see even more details about the show (and what went on backstage) on our live blog.
In an exclusive interview from the ACM Awards in Las Vegas, host Steve Grunwald introduces a blushing Hunter Hayes as the “hottest country star right now.” To which the humbled young star replies, “No pressure with that intro.”
“I got him fooled people, that’s what I’m talking about” was Larry Gatlin‘s response when introduced as one of the ‘nicest people in country music.’ He sat down for an exclusive interview at the ACM Awards Radio Row.
Beautiful music filled the MGM Grand just outside the Studio Ballroom yesterday morning, in preparation for the ACM Awards show tonight (Sunday, April 1).
In our exclusive interview at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas, Cherrill Green of country trio Edens Edge talked about their experience at the NRA-sponsored ACM shooting event Saturday.