While we saw classic country performances by Nashville legends, more and more artists took the stage with songs that look, feel, and sound more like pop music.
Dolly Parton’s classic moment from the CMAs 40 years ago is an important reminder.
The 50th CMA Awards on Wednesday night was the best awards show we’ve had in a long time because it veered clear of politics and controversy.
Justin Timberlake and country singer/songwriter Chris Stapleton brought the house down at the CMAs with a cover of David Allan Coe’s “Tennessee Whiskey.”
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