It happened May 2 in Carrie Underwood's songwriting cabin in Tennessee.
CMT will celebrate an incredible year in the country music industry by honoring Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban as the top country artists of 2014 in an all-new CMT Artists of the Year special.
Fresh new duo Sundy Best were the perfect country artists to travel to Texas to perform on the Discover Great Stage Presented by Pizza Hut at the massive Austin City Limits Music Festival.
Country fans always kind of scoff at people who still call it country and western. But, really, would a little more western in our country be all that bad?
By the time Tim McGraw was old enough to learn how to work a record player, say somewhere in the late 1970s, his very favorite Elvis Presley song was on a 10-year-old album.
Yes, BuzzFeed, I agree. Miranda Lambert is indeed a "seriously badass role model," as you've dubbed her.
Get ready to "take those old records off the shelf" when American music icon Bob Seger collaborates with country superstar Jason Aldean for an all-new installment of CMT Crossroads.
Last year, right around this time, I talked to Brantley Gilbert about his old loves.
Little Big Town have lots of reasons to raise a glass this week.
Sure, Sara Evans' new single "Put My Heart Down" has that infectious hook that gets in your head and makes you move, but it's more than just a catchy melody.
I was this close to wanting to nominate Rayna for mother of the year after all her heartfelt talks with her daughters on Wednesday's (Oct. 22) episode of Nashville.
Angaleena Presley is the kind of person who will fix a dragging car muffler by tying it in place with a guitar string, then work the episode into a song.
CMT is introducing a new crew of guys and gals from the South who are ready to get their party on when Party Down South 2 premieres Nov. 20 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
From one tourist to another, I've got a few suggestions for one of Chris Young's big and exciting tour stops in the land Down Under.
This was not an adversarial kind of Q&A. But when you put Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard in the same room and ask them both the same questions, one of them is bound to come out looking better.