This weekend on an all-new CMT Hot 20 Countdown, we’re at the Grand Ole Opry to celebrate its 90th anniversary and will also be backstage with Scotty McCreery, Frankie Ballard, Kellie Pickler and Florida Georgia Line.
Does FGL’s Brian Kelley have babies on the brain? Plus, his marriage advice to musical partner Tyler Hubbard, and the two tell us what went down at T-Hubb’s bachelor party. Take a look.
The boys also name the one thing that’s still on their bucket list. Here’s a hint: It has to deal with football.
We’ll go behind the scenes of “Raise ‘Em Up” with Keith Urban and Eric Church. See how a home video of Keith’s two daughters playing inspired the whole project. Keith also tells us why he handpicked Eric to sing on the track.
Brad Paisley takes center stage, but it’s not for a concert. Country music’s prank king tries his hand at standup comedy. Did he get the laughs, or did his improv career go down in flames?
We have a CMT Hot 20 exclusive with Hank Williams Jr. We’re there as Bocephus inks a new record deal. The legendary star is anxious to release new music, but find out what takes him away from the music biz.
Speaking of new music, Tyler Farr released Suffer in Peace this week. He reveals how dark times following a breakup inspired his sophomore album. He’ll also share a hidden talent that he breaks out from time to time.
We sit down with Dwight Yoakam for a one-on-one interview. The singer takes a strong stance on vocal coaches and explains the joys of touring with Eric Church. And, Dwight doesn’t only describe his new music he shows us. It’s an interview you don’t want to miss.
Zac Brown gushes over his 1-year old son Alexander, who’s quickly growing up to be a big boy. Plus, Brett Eldredge's “Lose My Mind” or Easton Corbin's “Baby Be My Love Song”? One of these brand new videos will kick off the show.
And as always, we’ll be counting down the 20 hottest videos in the land.
Tune in to an all-new CMT Hot 20 Countdown this Saturday and Sunday (May 2-3) at 9 a.m. ET/PT.