“We want there to be more girls in Country Music,” said Miranda Lambert and she teamed up with Gwen Sebastian, and RaeLynn for a special performance in Tacoma, Washington on the Certified Platinum tour.
“We really miss the Dixie Chicks,” said Miranda as the audience erupted in applause.
The girls then delivered a stunning rendition of their hit “Cowboy Take Me Away” as the audience sung along word for word.
Are you eager for the Dixie Chicks to make a comeback? Watch their special tribute below.
Reba McEntire’s music continues to inspire a new generation of future Country Music divas. One little girl could be the next big thing. This adorable 4 year old was filmed singing Reba’s 90’s hit “Fancy” and took the song to a whole new level.
Watch her backseat performance of the Country classic. She nails it!
When it comes to the most awarded Grammy winning Country artist, just who could it be? Believe it or not, this Country singer has more Grammys than Beyoncé, Stevie Wonder, and U2, coming in 2nd place for the most Grammy wins ever!
So who could this artist be? Is it George Strait? Not even close. George only has 1 Grammy which he won back in 2009 for Best Country Album (Troubadour)
What about Alan Jackson? Nope. Alan only has two awards.
Carrie Underwood, perhaps? While she does have a hefty 7 Grammy’s under her belt, the record holder actually has nearly 4 times as many Grammys!
Who can forget the Dixie Chicks? Whenever these girls put out a record, the Grammys come pouring in. Even after 13 Grammy wins, these girls haven’t raked in the most.
Then there’s Vince Gill. With a whopping 20 wins, Vince has the most Grammys of any male Country singer, but not the most Grammys.
The Country artist with the most Grammy wins is none other than Alison Krauss, with an astounding 27 wins. She won her first Grammy at age 19, and has gone on to be the most awarded female in Grammy history, along with the 2nd most awarded artists of all time.
Willie Nelson was inducted into the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame on April 26th, 2014. During the ceremony, he invited the incomparable Emmylou Harris to sing a classic rendition of ‘Crazy’ by the late Patsy Cline, who would have been 83 this coming September.
Keith Urban & Eric Church release a new single and lyric video for “Raise ‘Em Up.” The video features a mesmerizing display of fireworks and sparklers.
The original writers Tom Douglas, Jaren Johnston and Jeffrey Steele didn’t write “Raise ‘Em Up,” as a duet. It was Keith Urban who first heard the tune and wanted to sing the song with his longtime friend Eric Church.
The single was nominated for a Grammy Award, but lost to the Band Perry’s cover of “Gentle On My Mind.”
It was another crazy day on the Bobby Bones Show. Luke Bryan made a guest appearance and was challenges by Bones to a song off.
When handed a guitar and asked what songs he would play at a party as a 19/22 year old, Luke whipped up a couple tunes about life and love and had the whole studio smiling from ear to ear. Watch the video below.