Kenny Chesney Will Not Attend CMA Awards Due to Family Death

According to the Country Music Association, Kenny Chesney will no longer be able to attend tonight’s CMA Awards due to a family death. “CMA Musical Event of the Year winner & Entertainer of the Year nominee Kenny Chesney will be unable to appear on tonight’s telecast due to a death in the family,” they posted … Read more

15 Most Fashionable Country Music Moments of 2017

As we near the end of 2017, it’s only fitting that One Country shares a few of those classic, end of the year lists. Like you, we are kind of bored with the typical end of the year lists, so we’re putting our own spin on a few! For as long as I can remember, … Read more

16 GIFs of Country Music Stars Absolutely Jammin’ to Brothers Osborne During the 51st Annual CMA Awards

The Brothers Osborne are definitely a good time and they proved that for a 5-minute set during the 51st Annual CMA Awards that everyone from Keith Urban to Trisha Yearwood stompin’ their feet and clapping their hands. The Brothers got everyone out their seats starting with their own good time hit, “It Ain’t My Fault,” … Read more

7 Times Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Looked at Each Other Like Lovesick Teenagers During “The Rest of Our Life” Performance

Every tabloid in the world can print anything they want about Tim McGraw and Faith Hill and I will never believe it. These two are more into each other than any two humans who have ever existed and have even figured out how to make googly eyes at each other while performing a brand new … Read more

Danielle Bradbery Will “Most Likely” Have a No.1 Single Next Year, According to the Magic 8-Ball

We had the chance to catch up with “The Voice” season four winner, Danielle Bradbery, on the 51st Annual CMA Awards Red Carpet, and she played a little game with us and the ol’ trusty Magic 8-Ball.

“Will I get a number one next year,” she asked. “MOST LIKELY,” the Magic 8-Ball read.

Danielle Bradbery’s new album. “I Don’t Believe We’ve Met,” will be released on December 1.

“I am more than ready to re-introduce myself with music that is true to my story and my sound after diving into the writing process over the past four years,” said Bradbery. “With I Don’t Believe We’ve Met,” I got the opportunity to work with amazing writers and producers that brought out my unique style and allowed me to tap into so many different influences. This is the beginning of a new chapter for me, and I am so excited for everyone to hear what we’ve made.”

The album comes after Danielle’s four-year “songwriting journey” where she worked alongside Thomas Rhett, Emily Weisband, Jeff Pardo, Rhett Akins, and Nicolle Galyon to pen seven of the 10 tracks on the album.

Will “Sway,” her lead single from the album, be the one that earns her a no. 1 next year?

Mike Fisher Said He Could “Feel The Lord’s Presence” During His Wife Carrie Underwood’s “In Memoriam” CMA Performance

Even if you didn’t watch the 51st Annual CMA Awards, you’ve probably heard about Carrie Underwood’s “In Memoriam” performance of “Softly and Tenderly” that had the audience– and Carrie– in tears. Carrie Underwood’s supportive husband, Mike Fisher, posted a chilling and touching photo on Instagram of Carrie during her performance as the spotlight shined down … Read more

Anderson East and Miranda Lambert Just Put Garth Brooks on Blast for Lip Syncing During CMA Awards Performance

I am a Garth Brooks fan through and through, but I’m not a Garth Brooks apologist and when the guy who wins Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for the sixth time in his career admits later that he was lip syncing, it makes you wonder about a few things. Anderson East agrees … Read more

Yes, Alan Jackson Was Wearing a Jacket That Looked Like His Jacket from the “Chattahoochee” Single Cover During the CMA Awards

Throughout his career that has spanned almost 30 years and touted almost 60 million albums sold, Alan Jackson has seen his fair share of wardrobe changes, but he’s always remained true to a few things– his cowboy hat, mustache and now, that tan suede jacket that graced the single artwork for his hit song, “Chattahooche.” … Read more

Carrie Underwood Had 11 (Yes, 11) Outfit Changes at the 51st Annual CMA Awards

Leading up to the CMA Awards, there were a ton of predictions for winners, performances, and of course, Carrie Underwood’s outfit changes. During past CMAs, we’ve watched in amazement and awe as she transitioned from outfit to outfit, each one more stunning that the one before. But for her 10th time hosting the CMAs alongside … Read more

13 Best Instagram Photos from the 51st Annual CMA Awards

The 51st Annual CMA Awards were full of surprises and show-stopping performances, but some of our favorite moments happened behind the scenes on Instagram. 13 Best Instagram Photos from the 51st Annual CMA Awards: 1. Hillary Scott and Morgane Stapleton Of course this double-bump photo of Hillary and Morgane is the cutest. Did we say … Read more

Garth Brooks Won CMA Entertainer of the Year, Then Admitted to Lip Syncing?

For the sixth time in his storied career and second consecutive year, Garth Brooks was crowned the CMA Entertainer of the Year during the 51st Annual CMA Awards. Garth won the award on the heels of selling upwards of 6 million tickets to 400 shows in 3 years as he ends his current tour with wife Trisha Yearwood.

While backstage addressing the press, Brooks wasted no time in thanking his band and crew for their tireless effort to put on a huge show night after night. He also admitted to lip syncing his performance of “Ask Me How I Know.”

“We’re in the middle of 12 shows in 10 days. Not 10 shows in 12 days, 12 shows in 10 days,” he explained. “We did a game-time call on whether to sing the track or lip-sync, and decided to lip-sync. The voice just isn’t there anymore, and you want to represent country music as best you can.”

Brooks’ on-stage speech during the show was different and he did not address the lip syncing, “getting this presented to me by the entertainer of a lifetime, I thank you. Miranda [Lambert] said it best, Little Big Town said it best — we’re a family. All you guys down here on the front row: We can all agree on one thing. Let’s all raise a toast. … to the band and crew. I was talking to Kelsea [Ballerini] backstage about how we get to do this for a living. … The most important thing other than God…is you [fans]. …I love you guys. We’re a family.”