CMT Music VideosBlackberry Smoke - "Run Away from It All"
Southern rockers Blackberry Smoke hit the open road in the music video for "Run Away from It All" from their album "Find a Light."
Ronnie Dunn - "Two Steppers, Waltzes and Shuffles"
Ronnie Dunn fronts a bar band in the music video for "Two Steppers, Waltzes and Shuffles," a song about dancing through the honky-tonk night.
Runaway June - "Broken Hearts (Do Broken Things)"
Runaway June shows the relatable story of a newly single woman who drowns her sorrows in ill-advised party behavior in their music video for "Broken Hearts (Do Broken Things)."
Madeline Edwards - "Mama, Dolly, Jesus"
In the music video for "Mama, Dolly, Jesus," Madeline Edwards makes it clear there are only three people whose approval she cares about --and you're definitely not one of them.
Alan Jackson - "Chattahoochee"
Alan Jackson performs his classic party anthem "Chattahoochee" at the CMT Artists of the Year 2022.
Cody Johnson Accepts His CMT Artists of the Year Honor
Cody Johnson shares his definition of success for the kids watching at home, then gives heartfelt shout-outs to his manager, wife and band, and expresses his true passion for country music.
Alan Jackson Accepts the Artist of a Lifetime Award
Alan Jackson pays tribute to Loretta Lynn before discussing the importance of music videos and sharing a story about hearing his music being played at an unlikely bar.
Cody Johnson - "Human"
Cody Johnson takes the spotlight at the CMT Artists of the Year 2022 to perform his thoughtful track "Human."
Crystal Gayle and Peggy Sue Wright - "Coal Miner's Daughter"
Crystal Gayle and Peggy Sue Wright pay tribute to their late sister Loretta Lynn with their cover of her classic track "Coal Miner's Daughter" at the CMT Artists of the Year 2022.
Kane Brown Celebrates Being an Artist of the Year
Kane Brown thanks his wife and wishes her a happy anniversary during his Artists of the Year 2022 acceptance speech and notes how wonderful Nashville has been as a community for musicians.