Including Alabama and Eli Young Band, Hunter Hayes and Brett Eldredge, Alan Jackson and Cole Swindell, more.
The state of Alabama will ring in spring this April with the fourth annual Toadlick Music Festival.
Additional performers include Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, Clint Black, Kenny Rogers, Darius Rucker, Dwight Yoakam, Alabama and the Eli Young Band.
Ronnie Milsap will be honored this year with his own exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
On Nov. 4, Legacy Recordings will release ‘The RCA Albums Collection,’ which includes each of the 21 studio albums Ronnie Milsap released on the label.
“I thought it’ll be a cool, intimate evening on a large scale for people to learn something about songs they love,” Urban told Radio.com about tonight’s concert, which benefits the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
“I’ve wanted to be in the Country Music Hall of Fame for as long as I can remember,” Ronnie Milsap said. “I did not get to Nashville until I was 30. I’ve often thought if I got here earlier things would have turned out different. You just never know.”
The theme of this year’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum benefit is Songtellers (A LARGE Intimate Evening), and participants include Urban, Vince Gill, Reba, Kacey Musgraves, Brantley Gilbert and Ronnie Milsap. See the full list of performers.
Rascal Flatts, Kris Kristofferson, the late Jack Clement, producer Dann Huff and songwriter Shane McAnally are also among those receiving off-camera awards from the Academy of Country Music this year.
“I’ve been wanting to do this project for a long time,” the Sugarland singer said of her first-ever solo album, which will hit stores in January.
He may have Alzheimer’s, but on stage Glen Campbell can still sing, charm his fans, and play guitar like the dickens. His 18-song set in Chicago was a playful, endearing run through his best-known songs.