The first clip of the Amy Winehouse documentary has been revealed and shows the late singer talking about her relationship with music.
A second wave of country music superstars have been added to upcoming CBS TV special, ‘ACM Presents: Superstar Duets.’
Alan Jackson, Martina McBride and more have also been added.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ACM Awards with a fool-proof way of getting drunk on a plane, inspired by Dierk Bentley’s No. 1 hit from his album ‘Riser.’
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ACM Awards with a beer cocktail that will have you dancing like no one’s watching, inspired by Lee Brice’s “I Don’t Dance.”
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ACM Awards with this pretty-in-pink cocktail with a surprising kick that honors Miranda Lambert’s ‘Platinum’ track.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ACMs with a truly American concoction that tastes a bit like suntan lotion—in a good way, of course. The drink honors Kenny Chesney’s No. 1 song from ‘The Big Revival.’
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ACM Awards with a bro-tastic punch inspired by Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Anything Goes’ hit song ‘Dirt.’
Brooks & Dunn, Reba, Miranda Lambert, George Strait and Kenny Chesney are also among the seven artists honored by the Academy of Country Music with its 50th Anniversary Milestone Award.
The ride will take place April 18 starting in Dallas.
When Jaren Johnston, Tom Douglas and Jeffrey Steele initially wrote the ACM Award-nominated song “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s,” they never intended for it to be a duet.
Ricky Martin, Courtney Love and Victoria Beckham are also calling out the designing duo for their comments about surrogacy.
“Never have I heard the song written from the point of view of a guy who’s in the back of a cop car with handcuffs on, watching a girl go completely redneck crazy at the cops,” Keith Urban said.
One of 2014’s biggest country hits was almost a song about a hurricane.
“It’s really simple,” said Lee Brice of “I Don’t Dance,” his ACM Award-nominated song, “but it’s so true and to the point.”