Church — last year's entertainer of the year — is nominated for the highly coveted award alongside Stapleton, Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood
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"I feel like the country that I thought we were living in was a myth," Stapleton told "CBS This Morning."
"They trained us on how White Walkers are supposed to stand up," says the country singer-songwriter, who made a cameo in the HBO series' bloody battle for Winterfell
The Country Music Association announced the final nominees for The 52nd Annual CMA Awards this morning, and it’s a big day for singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton, who leads the list of finalists with five nominations. Producer and musician Dann Huff receives four nominations, while nine artists garnered three each — Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Dan + Shay, Florida Georgia Line, Chris Janson, Miranda […]
Chris Stapleton leads in nominations for the 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards, airing live on CBS on April 15. The singer and songwriter is up for eight awards in five categories including Entertainer of the Year, Stapleton’s first time vying for the penultimate prize of the night. Reba McEntire will host the show, which […]
Justin Timberlake's "Say Something" is a pop-country crossover song in collaboration with one of country music’s hottest acts, Chris Stapleton.
“Filthy,” the first single to be released from Justin Timberlake's highly anticipated new album, "Man of the Woods," is getting mixed reviews online.
"CMT Artists of the Year" normally celebrates the biggest names in country music, but in light of recent tragedies, the musicians wanted to make sure the victims and survivors were also recognized.
Two days after postponing several weeks of shows Chris Stapleton revealed the cause: a broken index finger and detached tendon on his right hand.
Due to "unforeseen circumstances," Chris Stapleton has cancelled the next three weeks of his 2017 All-American Road Show tour.
If you’ve always wondered how the iconic ZZ Top song “Legs” came to be, then you would have been happy to hear Jimmy Fallon, Kevin Bacon, and Chris Stapleton perform its first draft on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Playing ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, and Frank Beard, the three performers wowed us with some lyrics we’ve never heard before. Sporting an appropriate ZZ beard, Fallon sang, “She’s got arms.
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Dierky Bentley, Keith Urban and newcomer Cam hit the Grand Ole Opry stage early Wednesday (Aug. 31) morning to announce the nominees for the 50th annual CMA Awards.
One doesn’t usually expect news to be broken on CBS News Sunday Morning, the enjoyably drowsy show featuring the warm, buzzing tones of host Charles Osgood—at most, you might be startled by an occasional squawk from easily-rattled correspondent Mo Rocca. The interview was conducted by Charlie Rose—again, with his syrupy drawl and lobbed softballs, not your usual go-to guy for searing exposes.
On Sunday, country music’s biggest stars converged under one roof for the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards. Miranda Lambert won Female Vocalist of the Year.
On Wednesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Grammy winning country artist Chris Stapleton announced a new album, “Cringeworthy.” And though the songwriter has a mastery of words, this album featured words that make everyone cringe. Tell us what you think! Hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or leave your comments below.
Given Stapleton’s enormous presence toward the end of 2015 – a year that saw him rack up four Grammy nominations, including the prestigious all-genre Album of the Year category – it comes as very little surprise he leads the ACM list with five nominations: His first-ever nods for Male Vocalist of the Year, New Male Vocalist of the Year, Vocal Event of the Year for “Hangover Tonight” with Gary Allan, and he’s twice nominated as both artist and producer in the Album of the Year category for Traveller. Tying Stapleton with five nods is Eric Church, who enters the Entertainer of the Year category for the first time.
His two-year-old "Drink You Away" debuts following November's CMAs performance with Chris Stapleton, and thanks to key support in Nashville.
Chris Stapleton upstaged all the big country stars at last week’s CMA Awards, winning three key awards and teaming with Justin Timberlake for the show’s most buzzed-about performance. Now, he upstages stars from all genres on the Billboard 200 album chart. Traveller moved 177K “equivalent album units” in the tracking week ending Nov. 5. They are the latest by country superstars Carrie Underwood and Eric Church (both of whom also performed on the CMA show).