Chapel Hart - "Jesus & Alcohol"
Country trio Chapel Hart sings about mending a broken heart with faith and alcohol, featuring guest Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top.
Tyler Joe Miller - "I Would Be Over Me Too"
Singer Tyler Joe Miller can't blame his ex-girlfriend for moving on in the music video for "I Would Be Over Me Too," directed by Carl Sheldon.
Cassadee Pope - "Let Me Go"
Cassadee Pope knows it's time to pick up the pieces and move on from a failing relationship in the music video for her song "Let Me Go," directed by Lee Goff.
Caroline Jones - "All of the Boys"
Singer-songwriter Caroline Jones treks around the backwoods in the music video for her song "All of the Boys\"" off her 2019 EP "Chasin' Me."
Bree Doster - "As Good as I Remember It"
Singer-songwriter Bree Doster questions the memories of a past love in the music video for "As Good as I Remember It," directed by Jarad Clement.
Cassadee Pope - "Counting on the Weather"
Cassadee Pope sings about never wanting a romantic night to end in the music video for the song "Counting on the Weather" from her acoustic album "Rise and Shine."
Jay Allen - "Lines"
Singer-songwriter Jay Allen, who went viral with his 2017 song "Blank Stares," offers another deeply personal song in the video for "Lines."
Cassadee Pope - "Hangover"
Cassadee Pope performs her stripped-down, intimate acoustic single "Hangover" on stage.
Lakeview - "In Case You Forgot (My Hometown)"
The guys of Lakeview sing about the repercussions of a bitter breakup in the music video for their song "In Case You Forgot (My Hometown)," directed by Dan Drachman.
Cassadee Pope - "Built This House"
Singer-songwriter Cassadee Pope reflects on finding her own path in the music video for "Built This House," from her 2020 album "Let Me Go."
Caleb Lovely - "The Best Part"
Caleb Lovely gears up for his wedding day in the music video for his song "The Best Part."
Dolly Parton, Monica, Jordin Sparks and More - "PINK"
Dolly Parton, Monica, Jordin Sparks, Rita Wilson and Sara Evans celebrate breast cancer survivors and those who have been impacted by the disease with their single "PINK."
Julia Cole - "Side Piece"
Julia Cole embraces independence when she realizes her man has been running around with another woman in the "Side Piece" music video directed by Carlo Alberto Orecchia.
Cassadee Pope - "Hoodie"
After finding an ex's old sweatshirt, Cassadee Pope wonders if a reconciliation could be in their future in the music video for her song "Hoodie," directed by Lee Goff.
Sacha - "Cheers"
Singer-songwriter Sacha encourages her office coworkers to cut loose in the music video for "Cheers" from her EP "The Best Thing."
Paige King Johnson - "Just Like You"
Singer-songwriter Paige King Johnson is feeling fortunate about the man in her life in the music video for "Just Like You," directed by Josh Sikkema and Pam Tillis.
Blackberry 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."
Cassadee Pope - "Sand Paper"
Cassadee Pope laments about the expectations to change who she is in this music video for "Sand Paper"" directed by Lee Goff.
Ryan Kinder featuring Sykamore - "Doing Fine"
When it comes to breakups, Ryan Kinder and Sykamore prove that misery loves company in the music video for their song "Doing Fine," directed by Benjamin Clyde.
Everette - "Kings of the Dairy Queen Parking Lot"
The guys of Everette reminisce about growing up in a small town in the music video for their song "Kings of the Dairy Queen Parking Lot," directed by William Hamilton.
You may also like4 Videos
Kelsea Ballerini Shares the Stories Behind Her Songs
Kelsea Ballerini opens up about the process of crafting her biggest hits and performs them live on CMT Storytellers, airing Thursday, February 16, at 10/9c.
The Duttons Take a Stand on 1923
1923, a Yellowstone origin story, introduces a new generation of the Dutton family as they explore the early 20th century in the Mountain West, streaming Sunday exclusively on Paramount+.
Fires and Full Moons Breed a New Terror on Wolf Pack
A California wildfire awakens a werewolf, but a group of curious teens -- once bitten -- will not shy away from the threat of decimation on Wolf Pack, streaming January 26 on Paramount+.