How well do you know your awards show alphabet? There's the ACMs and CMAs. We used to celebrate the ACAs, but now we embrace the ACCAs instead. The VMAs, BMAs, PCAs, CMTs, STDs … Okay, we made that last one up, but come 2016, who knows?
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital has been named a 2014 Circle of Life Award winner for its comprehensive programs to improve the care of patients near the end of life or with life-limiting conditions – one of just three honorees in the country.
The 2012 CMT Music Awards began with a batch of country and pop collaborations before settling into a Nashville-based broadcast, featuring Music City’s best. Rascal Flatts closed the show with one of the all-time greatest mainstream rock bands however, inviting Journey on stage to sing ‘Don’t Stop Believin’.’
Right after performing ‘Good Girl,’ the gilded goddess Carrie Underwood returned to the stage to pick up her award for Video of the Year at the 2012 CMT Music Awards tonight (June 6). Country legend Alan Jackson, who revealed that he has made 54 music videos over the course of his career and pointed out the importance of the medium, presented Underwood with her buckle for the biggest award of the evening.
Luke Bryan nabbed the buckle for Male Video of the Year at the 2012 CMT Music Awards for his cinematic clip for ‘I Don’t Want This Night to End.’ The ever-excitable singer bounded up on the stage to accept his honor as though he just downed a case of Red Bull.
Before Eric Church took the stage to perform his No. 1 single ‘Drink in My Hand’ at the 2012 CMT Music Awards, Big Kenny and John Rich introduced the singer from the middle of a screaming crowd outside the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The quirky duo joked that the entire performance line-up at the CMT Music Awards felt kind of like a drinking game. Still, they toasted red solo cups to Eric Church, and he busted out a crowd favorite song.
Lady Antebellum picked up the buckle for Group Video of the Year for ‘We Owned the Night’ at the 2012 CMT Music Awards. First, they open the show with a mashup and then they nab an award at the midpoint! It turned out to be a good night for Lady A.
The 2012 CMT Music Awards are a great place to debut new material — after all, there are thousands of country mega-fans in attendance, and thousands more sitting at home watching. That’s what Kenny Chesney must have been thinking when he played his debut live performance of ‘Come Over,’ the second single off of his upcoming album ‘Welcome to the Fishbowl.’
Toby Keith, Zac Brown Band, Jamey Johnson, Darius Rucker and Willie Nelson all have one thing in common: country music (Hey — if there’s something else, we don’t know about it). The country supergroup took the stage halfway through the 2012 CMT Music Awards to perform Nelson’s ‘Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die.’
There’s been a lot of speculation about Kristen Bell hosting the 2012 CMT Music Awards because, after all, she’s a whole lotta Hollywood and just not very much country. But the adorable blonde host started out the night by flexing her country music knowledge muscles, when she pointed out Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Darius Rucker and Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts. Later on, she proved that she can sing country music, too, when she sang her very own verse to Pistol Annies‘ ‘Hell on Heels.’
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