CMA Fest is like one big gathering of every country star you’ve ever heard of and then some. So surprise collaborations — like Blake Shelton with the legendary Oak Ridge Boys — are sure to pop up during the festival.
A growing list of 2016 CMT Music Awards performers have been announced. The show is being billed as "Country Music's Loudest Night," and its all-star lineup includes some of the biggest names in country music.
Blake Shelton's forthcoming album is one of the most anticipated country releases of 2016. While he's been vocal about the honesty of this next record, not much has been revealed until earlier this week, when Shelton posted a picture of himself in the studio with the Oak Ridge Boys.
Wow. It turns out that not even a superstar like Keith Urban can stand up to the winning streak Home Free are on with their new single, "Elvira." They are just one challenge away from the Hall of Fame.
Home Free have taken yet another round of the Showdown by a stunning margin. The harmony vocal group took more than 90 percent of the vote in their latest face-off, but now they'll face a challenge from a country superstar.
Home Free fans made a big impression during the vocal group's first ever Showdown earlier this week. The band's collaboration with the Oak Ridge Boys stormed to an easy victory over Little Big Town. Today, and this weekend, "Elvira" will face a hot country duo with their own blend of sweet harmonies.
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