Competition was stiff tonight for the 2012 CMT Music Awards for the CMT Performance of the Year award. Thanks to CMT’s television shows, series and specials, there have been plenty of rocking live shows aired on the television station this year. But none beat out Jason Aldean, who took home his first gold buckle ever.
The Band Perry came on stage at the 2012 CMT Music Awards tonight before their performance to present the award for USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year. Before they announced the big winner, Neil Perry gave viewers a taste of his vocals when he sang the chorus of the Doors’ ‘Break on Through to the Other Side.’ Although all of the nominees have had a great year, one country singer stuck out — and the audience was quite happy with the winner.
When two of your favorite artists come together, the result is that the sum of their collaboration is greater than the individual parts. That’s what Jake Owen said when he took the stage with ‘Twilight’ star Kristen Greene to present the 2012 CMT Music Award for Best Collaborative Video of the Year.
If you’ve watched Craig Morgan‘s video for ‘This Ole Boy,’ you’ve witnessed the undeniable chemistry between the country superstar and his on-screen love interest, actress Angie Harmon. Morgan and the beautiful brunette are uniting once again, this time in Harmon’s familiar territory when the singer guest-stars in an episode of ‘Rizzoli & Isles,’ the actresses’ popular TNT network drama.
We’re sure that Luke Bryan is having a blast opening for Jason Aldean‘s My Kinda Party Tour this summer, but fans who are craving more live Luke Bryan will get their wish in 2013. The ‘Drunk on You’ singer is planning to headline his own tour next year.
There’s nothing like seeing one of your favorite artists sit down with an acoustic guitar and take part in an unplugged country music jam. Thanks to the resurrection of CMT’s ‘CMT: Unplugged‘ series, country music fans will soon have the chance to see more talented artists play unplugged sets. When Dierks Bentley took his turn this time around, he put on an unforgettable rendition of Adele‘s ‘Set Fire to the Rain.’
Last week, the CMT Awards announced the beginnings of a performance lineup for the 2012 show. The original bill was already pretty stellar, as it includes big names like Carrie Underwood and Kenny Chesney on the roster. But the performance schedule got quite a bit sweeter when a few country icons and future country legends joined the ticket.
After a 30-year relationship (including a 20-year marriage), Randy Travis and his ex-wife (and former manager) Elizabeth Travis haven’t exactly gone through an amicable divorce. Just days ago, the country legend filed a lawsuit against his former love, claiming that she breached her management contract and ruined his career by blabbing personal details about him. According to TMZ, Travis hasn’t given specific details about what personal details his ex is using against him — but it sounds pretty bad.
It seems like everyone loves a good Taylor Swift love interest rumor. Judging by how much gossip surfaces about her affections on the internet, someone has to be getting some joy out of this. The latest buzz to hit the web is that the country cutie might be tied to Foster the People singer Mark Foster.
Taylor Swift has been getting so many requests from sick, hurt or just plain down-trodden fans these days that it’s hard to keep up. And while she can’t go to every high school prom or give every devoted fan an autograph, the ‘Safe and Sound’ hitmaker does what she can to give back to her superfans. That’s why she responded to a Marine’s request to contact the family of fallen soldier Sergeant Wade Wilson.
We’ve already shown you Jason Aldean‘s role in the new star-studded Mountain Dew commercial. But now, the ‘Fly Over States’ hitmaker is featured in a 18-second solo spot, during which he (quickly) talks about how he does country music. Or, should we say how he ‘Dews’ country music?
If you find yourself lucky enough to share a meal with Rascal Flatts‘ Jay DeMarcus, make sure to keep your cell phone in the car. In a world where texting at all hours of the day–even during dates and outings with friends–Jay DeMarcus is open about his disdain for texting at the table.
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