Tagged: Country Music

2020 CMA Awards: The Drama and The Winners

So the 2020 CMA Awards took place Wednesday night November 11 and like everything else in 2020, they were….weird.  The CMA’s made it a point to publicize that it will be a drama-free event, but of course, this is 2020, and nothing is drama free anymore.   The awards show was accused of white-washing and snubbing artists in their Memorium reel...

Brantley Gilbert Announces Reschedule Fire’t Up Tour in 2021

Southern rock musician Brantley Gilbert originally had a tour scheduled for 2020.  Like everyone else, he had to reschedule due to Covid-19.  He just released his rescheduled dates for his “Fire’t Up” Tour which supports his latest album, “Fire & Brimstone.” HIs tour will now kick off May 7 in Morrison, CO and will conclude Dec. 17, 2021 in Sioux...

Country Music

Kane Brown Perform Drive In Concert Across North American 9-26

Fans of modern country music are in for a treat this weekend when Kane Brown will perform a virtual show at more than 200 drive-ins and out outdoor theaters across North America.  The country star who is known for his hits like “Lose It” and “Homesick” will air his pre-recorded performance that has been edited to include an interview with...

Tanya Tucker reschedules ‘Bring My Flowers Now Tour’ in 2021

So many rescheduled tours! Country music star Tanya Tucker initially postponed her 2020 tour and recently announced the rescheduled dates for her “Bring My Flowers Now Tour. The new dates now coincide with the next iteration of the CMT’s New Women of Country Tour. The first of 31 shows will kick off July 11 in Winnipeg, MB and will conclude...

Country Music

2020 CMA Announces Nominations

With help from Luke Combs, Carly Pearce, Ingrid Andress and Gabby Barrett, the 2020 CMA Awards nominees were announced this morning on Good Morning America. Not only were they announcing nominations, but Combs received six total nominations, Pearce earned four, and Andress and Barrett each notched two. Not too shabby! Other nominees on list include Miranda Lambert with seven nominations,...

Maren Morris Announces 2020 Dates for RSVP: The Tour

Country music singer Maren Morris recently announced a big North American tour to support her latest album, “Girl.”  The tour is dubbed “RSVP: The Tour” and will kick off June 5 in Boston, MA and will conclude Oct. 17 in Los Angeles, CA.  She will also visit Atlanta, Detroit, Columbia, San Diego and Raleigh in the U.S. and will visit...

Jason Aldean Announces Summer 2020 We Back Tour

Really, what even is summer without a Jason Aldean tour?  Thankfully, once again in 2020, you won’t have to know. The country music superstar announced his lengthy 2020 summer tour of the U.S.  The tour is dubbed the “2020 We Back Tour” and will be in support of his latest album, “9.”  Many special guests will join him throughout the...

Thomas Rhett Announces 2020 Tour with Cole Swindell and Hardy

Happening next year, bro-country singer Thomas Rhett will be heading out on a lengthy U.S. tour to support his latest album, “Center Point Road.”  The first of 26 shows will kick off May 29, 2020 in Gilford, NH and will wrap up Aug. 29 in Bristow, VA.  He will also stop in Cincinnati, Tampa, Charlotte, St. Louis, Sacramento, Phoenix, Wantagh,...

Alan Jackson Announces 2020 U.S. Tour Dates

Legendary country music icon Alan Jackson recently dropped the news of a 2020 leg of his tour to support his latest album, “Angels and Alcohol.”  The new set of dates will span a good portion of 2020 and will kick off Jan. 10 in Cincinnati, OH and will conclude Oct. 3 in Denver, CO.  He will also stop in Atlanta,...

Luke Combs Announces New 2020 Tour: What You See Is What You Get

2019 was a real busy year for country music singer Luke Combs.  2020 is already shaping up to be more of the same.  Combs just announced a 10-date tour to support his next album, “What You See Is What You Get.”  The tour will kick off Feb. 7, 2020 in Columbia, MO and will wrap up April 25 in Houston,...