Very few couples are as in love with each other than Faith Hill and Tim McGraw. In preparation for his performance on A Very GRAMMY Christmas, Tim McGraw talks about his most exciting time at the Grammys.
No, it’s not any of his performances or wins, but the time his wife Faith Hill won 3 Grammy Awards.
“I think I performed three times on the show that night, and I don’t have any recollection of the performance because I was so excited for here,” Tim told CBS.
Tim reminisces about the Breathe album, and that night, along with some of his major influencers. Catch him tonight on A Very GRAMMY Christmas at 9/8c on CBS.
2. He majored in music business and received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Mike Curb School of Music Business in 1995.
3. He wrote David Kersh’s “Top 5” hit, “Another You”, as well as David Ball’s 1999 single, “Watching My Baby Not Come Back.”
4. He has sold over 12 million albums.
5. And won three Grammy Awards, 14 Academy of Country Music Awards, 14 Country Music Association Awards, two American Music Awards and has earned country music’s crowning achievement, becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Carrie Underwood has been quite busy with a new album dropping December 9, and performances left and right. Just this week she took the stage at the World AIDS Concert and CMAs Country Christmas. So what’s next on the horizon for this songbird?
Carrie announced this week that she will be launching a new fitness lifestyle clothing line called CALIA by Carrie.
“I felt in my own closet and in stores that I would go in, a big gap in things that were out there for women,” said Underwood.
Her line will debut at Dick’s Sporting Goods in March 2015.
CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan is in mourning this week following the loss of his brother-in-law. He was set to perform and be honored at the CMT Artists of the Year show on Tuesday but cancelled to be with family in Georgia.
“I’ve had panic attacks before big moments,” Luke Bryan said in an interview with ABC World News on overcoming stage fright.
The singer took the time to reflect on his triumphs and success before the CMA Awards. But despite his numerous hits and awards, Luke Bryan would have to endure two major family tragedies before seeing major success in Country Music.
Luke always wanted to be a singer, and just before his 19th birthday as he set out to Nashville to chase his dreams, his older brother Chris was unexpectedly killed in a car accident.
“You never truly move beyond it,” said Luke who at the time decided to stay home with the family and attend college instead.
It wasn’t until his father fired him from his “day job” that Luke was given the boost to head out to Nashville. He found success as a songwriter with Capital Records, and later signed as a performer.
His hit song “All My Friends Say” put him on the map.
Shortly after being invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry, his big sister Kelly unexpectedly died at home due to unknown causes.
How has Luke been able to cope with these major losses and continue to shine through success? Watch his interview with ABC World news below.
Lights, camera, action is definitely and understatement in Sara Evans “electrifying” new music video Put My Heart Down. See, we’re not taking this light-ly when we talk about this video’s bright concept.
Evans released the new music video in a flash just before the Thanksgiving Holiday. We hope this will brighten up your day! Watch Put My Heart Down below.