Headed by Tenille Townes and Old Dominion, the CCMA Awards will air from Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome on September 8th. Previously announced performers include Alan Doyle, Tim Hicks, The Reklaws, Andrew Hyatt, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Aaron Pritchett, Lindsay Ell, The Wilkinsons, Jade Eagleson, and Michelle Wright.
Proceeding the awards is the CCMA Songwriters’ Series, a four night series of performances from Jess Moskaluke, Mackenzie Porter, Lindsay Ell, Nice Horse, and more. Throughout the week, fans can also stop by the CCMA Fan Village where there will be additional events and performances.
The 2019 CCMA Awards will broadcast on Global at 9pm. Tickets can be purchased here.
Following in the footsteps of her mom, a country singer and her dad, a musician, Hannah May Allison moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University and pursue a career in music. Inspired by everyone from Patsy Cline to Katy Perry, Hannah grew up singing in choirs and learning how to play the guitar.
Incorporating the sounds of both country and pop into her music, Hannah often finds herself blending the stories found in country with the catchy lyrics found in pop songs. Her songs are also relatable, which Hannah strives for as "it's the best feeling ever when someone says 'I really related to your song.'"
"Right Now" you can listen to Hannah's new single which was released on May 17th. Planning to continue to release new music throughout the year, Hannah has been writing like crazy.
Find Hannah's music on Apple Music and Spotify.
Charly Reynolds couldn't imagine pursing any other career. Choosing country music for its ability to tell a story, Reynolds wants to become a positive role model for younger boys and girls. Showing them that you can chase your dreams and it's okay to not follow the same path as everyone else.
Curently working on new songs each month, her story has just begun. For now find Charly's music on streaming platforms everywhere and on her website charlyreynolds.com.
The CMT Awards return this Wednesday, June 5th at 8pm EST on Country Music Television. The event which kicks off the week of CMA Fest activities will be hosted by Little Big Town. Following their release of “The Daughters” and Karen Fairchild’s infamous list of women in country music from CMT’s Artist of the Year Event, you’ll be sure to laugh and applaud along with them.
Performing during the show will be returners Carrie Underwood, Thomas Rhett, Maren Morris and more. Also, to take to the awards stage for the first time is Runaway June, Jimmie Allen, and Mitchell Tenpenny. With all of country music in Nashville, you won’t want to miss the CMT Awards.
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