Country faves – and regular CMA Awards cohosts – and get down while duetting on Sunday, June 9, the final night of the CMA Music Festival in Nashville. “Hope all you #CMAFest goers had fun this week/weekend,” Underwood Tweeted after the show.
Is he playing the guitar – or flexing? Dierks Bentley puts on a decidedly strong performance Saturday night at the LP Field, where he jammed alongside industry peers like the Florida Georgia Line and for the fest’s third night of music.
The Oak Ridge Boys – comprised of Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban – rock down memory lane Saturday with a handful of their their ’80s hits, including “Trying to Love Two Women” and “American Made.”
Clarkson also hit the stage with a slimmed-down Trisha Yearwood for a rousing rendition of (Yearwood’s husband) Garth Brooks’s “Ain’t Goin’ Down.” (The bride-to-be previously joined forces with Aldean for their duet, “Don’t You Wanna Stay.”)
American Idol alums Kree Harrison, Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina team together on the third day of the Nashville music festival to strike out cancer Saturday at City of Hope’s 23rd annual Celebrity Softball Challenge.
The Voice judge shows off his own impressive pipes Friday at night two of the Nashville music festival, where his set included “Footloose,” “Boys ‘Round Here” and “Drink on It.” “Thank you CMA Fest… I’m humbled that y’all hung around til midnight to see me play,” he Tweeted. “I. Worship. Country. Music. Fans!!!!!!!!”
Happy anniversary! Grand Ole Opry general manager Pete Fisher presents with a Hatch Show Print on Friday to mark her fifth year as an Opry member. “I am so grateful to be a part of that amazing family,” she wrote on Twitter.
Lady Antebellum – aka a very pregnant Hillary Scott and band mates Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood – live up to the title of their song “We Own the Night,” getting Friday’s audience to join them in a sing-along.
The fans aren’t the only ones blown away by the music fest. Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman and Karen Fairchild show off wind-swept hair during their Friday set, which included the band’s hit “Tornado.”