Carrie Underwood’s new holiday album “My Gift” drops today and she’s found even more ways to bring holiday cheer to her fans. The singer just announced she’ll star in an exclusive holiday special for HBO Max.
As we told you, Trisha Yearwood performed a beautiful rendition of her song “I’ll Carry You Home” during the ACM Awards "In Memoriam" segment last week. And fans loved it so much, Trisha’s now releasing a video for the tune.
Jason Isbell is not happy with Van Morrison. As we told you, Morrison recently released two anti-lockdown songs, and insists the government should stay out of things and allow people “freedom of choice” when it comes to COVID-19.
As we told you, Chris Stapleton recently released the new single “Starting Over,” which is the title track to his upcoming album, which drops November 13th. Well, now he’s dropped the video for the song.
Maddie & Tae want to help folks celebrate the holidays. The pair is set to release “We Need Christmas” on October 23rd. The EP is made up of six songs, including covers of four classics and two originals, the title track and “Merry Married Christmas.”
New ACM Entertainer of the Year Thomas Rhett admits getting to spend all this extra time home with his wife and kids has been a “blessing in disguise,” but he notes it wasn’t very easy for him to deal with at first.
As we told you, Mickey Guyton wowed on the AMC Awards with her performance of “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?” Well, it turns out she made history as the first-ever African American woman to perform on the ACM Awards, and it's a moment she'll never forget.
As we told you, for the first time in ACM Award history there was a tie for Entertainer of the Year with both Thomas Rhett and CarrieUnderwood taking home the honor. And while Carrie said she was happy to share the award with Thomas, folks on social media did not feel the same way.
Mitchell Tenpenny was supposed to headline Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium for the first time on October 10th, but the show had to be canceled due to the coronavirus. But that’s not stopping Mitchell from performing on what was supposed to be a special day for him.