Country music's biggest stars are getting ready to hit the red carpet Wednesday night for the 51st Annual Country Music Association Awards in Nashville At the Bridgestone Arena, preparations were underway hours before the red carpet kick-off.The big event is once again hosted by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood.The co-hosts said the night will include collaborations between country legends and newcomers along with special tributes, but many stars said the CMA Awards just feel like they're...
Country music's biggest stars all came out Wednesday night for the 51st Annual Country Music Association Awards in Nashville Eric Church opened the Country Music Association Awards with an a capella performance of "Amazing Grace." He was later joined by singers Darius Ruckus, Keith Urban and other artists for a performance of the 1994 Hootie & the Blowfish song, "Hold My Hand. "Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley are hosting for the 10th year in a row.
Country music's biggest stars all came out Wednesday night for the 51st Annual Country Music Association Awards in Nashville There were some big winners and a lot of hardware handed out. Chris Stapleton, Jon Pardi and Little Big Town were among the winners.But far more than trophies it was the heartfelt message that people went with, a message of unity and bringing our country together, and it was a non-country star that may have gotten the biggest reception with his speech.
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