Never has one dress received so much publicity in Country Music than Reba McEntire’s red dress she wore to the 1993 CMA Awards.
“I got more press off that dress than if I’d won Entertainer of the Year,” said Reba.
It’s remarkable that by today’s standards, this dress would hardly receive a second glance on the red carpet. But nonetheless, this iconic red gown now sits in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Watch the unforgettable duet of “Does He Love You” with Linda Davis that turned heads at the CMAs back in 1993, and a hilarious interview with Ralph Emery where Reba dishes on what it was like to wear that legendary red dress.
The Country Music Hall of Fame will introduce a new exhibit later this month. Keith Urban So Far is set to be open November 20th.
The exhibit will focus on this four-time Grammy winner’s drive and exceptional talent. He possesses an historic streak of 34 Top Ten songs and is the only male country artist to debut simultaneously atop the all-genre album charts in the U.S., Canada and Australia. Making this exhibit a must see this fall!
Jason Aldean has delivered another hit song “Gonna Know We Were Here” about a couple of adrenaline junkies and their wild night together. Aldean has been on a hot streak lately with only one of five singles not reaching the top 5 in the charts over the last decade. This is another hit that does not disappoint. “Gonna Know We Were Here” is a great country rock song that will surely get you in the mood for a party!
Clint black’s “Time for That” is a great reminder that we all need to slow down and remember what is important to us. Black’s music video takes to the street incorporating everyday people in this lyric video.
Country music making a splash at the Apollo Theater as Kacey Musgraves headlined Saturday ‘s show. Kacey sang in front of a sold out crowd at the Apollo saying, “Honored to be the first country headliner at the – sold out – iconic Apollo. Gonna sparkle extra hard in NYC tonight” on her twitter before the show.