Radio.com was in Las Vegas, at the ACM Party for a Cause, on the red carpet, at the awards show and in the press room covering the event. Here are 10 things that CBS didn’t show you on television.
The Academy of Country Music’s 49th Annual Awards were broadcast out of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas again this year, with special performances in nearby Mandalay Bay. Here are the biggest moments from the show.
Fresh off her gig on American Horror Story and right before she heads on tour with Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks is teaming up with Lady Antebellum.
The Recording Academy is “proud to honor Lady Antebellum for their artistry and inventiveness in the country arena as well as their philanthropic efforts to make a difference for disadvantaged children here and abroad.”
Nicks, Church, Keith and Lady Antebellum are the latest round of performers announced for the upcoming Academy of Country Music Awards on April 6.
The third annual festival along the Columbia River in Washington also will feature Billy Currington, the Eli Young Band, Joe Diffie, Randy Houser, Justin Moore, Kip Moore, Cassadee Pope, Chase Rice and Dallas Smith.
Haggard, Strait, Underwood, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum and The Band Perry are the first artists announced for an “All-Star Salute to the Troops” concert that will air in May on CBS.
“A lot of times when people talk about the other No. 1s I’ve had, they’re always like, ‘Man, stop giving away all of your hits!’”
Additional artists receiving multiple nominations include Lee Brice, Kacey Musgraves, Blake Shelton, Taylor Swift, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Luke Bryan and Darius Rucker. See the nomination list, including all the 2014 Entertainer of the Year nominees.
“Compass” came as something of a November surprise for fans of Lady Antebellum. Now the band has released a “Compass” video as well, and it’s a colorful, joyful affair that matches the positive tone of the song itself.
Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line and Blake Shelton were among the artists who walked away big winners tonight (Dec. 10) during the fourth annual American Country Awards in Las Vegas.
As you ready for a feast this Thanksgiving, some of music’s most notable stars will be gearing up for some big performances. Put the turkey in the oven and take a spot on the couch for these performances and specials.
During the band’s ‘Live on Letterman’ webcast last night (Nov. 14), they played ten songs from throughout their career, including the brand-new “And the Radio Played” and “Compass.”
Lady Antebellum will be joining forces with a slew of Broadway casts during The Thanksgiving Day Parade On CBS on Nov. 28.
“We have two other new songs that’s no one’s heard before,” Scott said. “And then we did three versions of songs that everyone knows but alternate versions of them.”
The band’s November and December dates have now been moved to 2014.
“You hear people talk about songs they knew they couldn’t live without, and this is one of them for us,” Lady Antebellum’s Dave Haywood said.