CMT honored a diverse group of country musicians reflecting the wide range of styles the genre has embraced.
Miranda Lambert has reached new heights as a female country performer. The fiery singer is now the most decorated female artist in the history of the CMA Awards.
Blake Shelton isn’t the only person who country music star Miranda Lambert is texting these days. She has also been chatting it up with breakthrough singer Meghan Trainor.
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Miranda Lambert released the most ambitious album of her career earlier this year, and CMA voters responded by giving her a record-tying load of nine nominations.
Miranda Lambert has learned something about human nature since becoming one of country music’s most identifiable stars. “People are very, very mean,” she said.
Radio.com was in Las Vegas, at the ACM Party for a Cause, on the red carpet, at the awards show and in the press room covering the event. Here are 10 things that CBS didn’t show you on television.
George Strait won his second entertainer of the year award, 25 years after his first, on Sunday night at a jam-packed ACM Awards that featured a little something for everyone.
The Academy of Country Music’s 49th Annual Awards were broadcast out of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas again this year, with special performances in nearby Mandalay Bay. Here are the biggest moments from the show.
The Band Perry will kick off the 2014 ACM Awards with a performance of their latest single “Chainsaw.” Also, two Entertainer of the Year nominees artists will pay tribute to Merle Haggard. Who are they? And which fellow Country Hall of Famer will present Haggard with the award?
Songwriter Jimmy Robbins and singer Keith Urban talk about the origins of “We Were Us,” the No. 1 duet between Urban and Miranda Lambert that has been nominated for Vocal Event of the Year at the ACM Awards.
“I feel like women in my grandmother’s generation were expected to put on a pretty face and not really show their crazy sides,” Kacey Musgraves said, describing the ideas behind the three-time ACM-Award nominated song she cowrote with Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally. “Now, it’s a bit different.”