The 2014 CMA Music Awards brought out the best in country music, which also meant the best in fashion. Most country stars dress to the nines for Country Music's Biggest Night, and this year, there were so many who took our breath away!
Cassadee Pope has already seen widespread success with her hit single 'Wasting All These Tears.' She was the first female artist to have a debut single go platinum since Taylor Swift and she won the fan-voted Breakthrough Video of the Year award at the CMT Music Awards. While the stunning star may have wasted tears, she's certainly not about to waste any time.
Performances from Kenny Rogers and Corey Smith, a surprise from one-third of Lady Antebellum, and an all-star version of ‘Wagon Wheel’ were amongst the many highlights at Darius Rucker’s fifth annual charity concert for St. Jude on Monday night (June 2).
Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood and Dierks Bentley are three of the big-name acts who will be at the 2014 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam. The second annual music festival will be hitting the shores of Panama City Beach, Fla. to celebrate Labor Day and the lineup boasts more than a few big names in country music.
Cassadee Pope's Showdown with the new song from the Band Perry was the closest in recent memory. 'I Wish I Could Break Your Heart' won with just 51 percent of the vote, but even a one-vote margin is good enough to allow an artist to move on in this fan-voted song battle.
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