CMA Awards

57th CMA Awards: Lainey Wilson, Jelly Roll Lead Nominations

Lainey Wilson: “Holy moly y’all. Someone pinch me. I can’t believe my eyes."

Little Big Town Calls for More Harmony in the World

"That’s really what we need is the ability to have a conversation without anger," Karen Fairchild said backstage. “It’s OK to love people you disagree with.”

Sugarland Stages Reunion Performance at CMA Awards After-Party

The duo is expected to announce new music in the coming weeks.

Jon Pardi: "Chase Your Dreams"

“Flamethrowers.” That’s what Jon Pardi wants to add to his show now that he’s a first-time CMA winner.

Brett Young's Early CMA Song of the Year Contender

The unsung hero in Young’s “The Lawnmower in the Sky” is “Gus” from the fictional village of “Booger Glen,” and his lifelong dream is to make his lawnmower fly.

Brothers Osborne on Music's Responsibility

“Merle Haggard, all those guys they were so bad ass because they spoke up for every American in the country,” T.J. Osborne said, “not just some — all of them.

What’s Not to Like? CMA Performances Covered All the Bases

Forget the awards part of the CMA Awards show since you probably didn’t get one anyway. Instead, look at it as a live concert with a lot of annoying interruptions. Viewed from that perspective, the show was a rousing success. It was just so varied.

Garth Brooks Wins Sixth Entertainer of the Year at 2017 CMA Awards

Little Big Town, Jon Pardi, Brothers Osborne, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban were among the night's big winners.

2017 CMA Awards: The Winners

Garth Brooks, Little Big Town, Jon Pardi, Keith Urban, Chris Stapleton, Taylor Swift and More Make the List

Sturgill Simpson Busks for a Cause at the 2017 CMA Awards

Simpson had a few signs with him by his guitar case. One of them read: "I don't take requests, but I take questions about anything you want to talk about because fascism sucks..." \r

Best-Dressed Women on the CMA Awards Red Carpet

The red carpet at the 51st annual CMA Awards was a dazzling sight to see, and as usual country music's ladies brought their A game. From fun and flirty, to dramatic to classic, the women showed their unique personalities with their bold fashion statements. Enjoy a look at some of our favorites.