Lauren Daigle, Faith Hill, Sam Hunt, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts, Reba McEntire, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, Cole Swindell, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban have been added to the list of performers at the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards – leaving one to wonder when there’ll be time to actually give out the awards!
Luke Bryant and Dierks Bentley will host the ACM Awards – and CBS will broadcast them live – from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 2nd (8/7C).
Following his “Kings of the Wild Frontier” tour earlier this year that saw pop icon Adam Ant play his landmark album to over 50,000 fans in sold-out venues throughout North America and the UK, Adam has announced his North American ANTHEMS – The Singles tour for September, 2017. Adam will play his classic chart-topping singles as well as rare singles, B sides and personal favorites. For more information, visit http://www.adam-ant.com.
The 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards® is coming up and one of the more interesting collaborations featured will be a performance by Florida Georgia Line and Backstreet Boys (see announcement video above).
Other performers announced including Jason Aldean, hosts Dierks Bentley and Luke Bryan (separately), Lady Antebellum and more.
Bentley and Bryan host the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards® live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 2nd (8/7C).
Nominations have been announced for the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards® – and to the surprise of probably no one, Keith Urban (7), Miranda Lambert (6), Florida Georgia Line (5), Tim McGraw (5), Dierks Bently (3), Thomas Rhett (3) and Chris Stapleton (3) are multiple nominees.
The big surprise is first time nominee Maren Morris, who received six nominations including Female Vocalist of the Year and New Female Vocalist of the Year.
The 52nd Acadmey of Country Music Awards® will once again be hosted by Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley – and will be broadcast live, by CBS, from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 2nd.
Country music superstar/legend Dolly Parton’s first album, Hello, I’m Dolly, was released 50 years ago today.
The album contained the hit singles Dumb Blonde (written by Curly Putman) and Something Fishy, a Parton composition – as well as Parton’s versions of three songs she wrote that had already been hits for other artists: “Put it Off Until Tomorrow” (Bill Phillips), “Fuel to the Flame” (Skeeter Davis), and “I’m In No Condition” which charted by Hank Williams Jr.
Twenty-one more presenters have been announced for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards® – a diverse group from across all media that includes: Camila Cabello, Laverne Cox (left), Celine Dion, DNCE, Halsey (center), Taraji P. Henson, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Pentatonix, Solange (right), John Travolta and more (the complete list can be found below).
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards®, hosted by James Corden, will air live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Febraury 12th (8/7C), on CBS.
BBC America will be the exclusive broadcaster for the 2017 Brit Awards – the awards that celebrate United Kingdom chart and commercial success.
This year, David Bowie has received two posthumous nominations – British Male Solo Artist and Mastercard album of the Year. Leonard Cohen received his first nomination, for International Male Solo Artist.
Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Little Mix, The 1975, Emeli Sandé, Skepta and Robbie Williams will be the featured performers.
The 2017 Brit Awards, hosted by Dermot O’Leary and Emma Willis, will be broadcast on Wednesday, February 22nd (10/9C) – the same day as in the UK.