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CMA Awards 2019 – Date Announced

As the summer winds down, a big country music event is drawing closer: the CMA Awards. For more than 50 years, the Country Music Association’s big event has brought together country music’s best and brightest to celebrate the genre and its stars.

Details of the 2019 CMA Awards are starting to come together: The date is set, nominees will soon be announced, and … well, actually, there’s quite a bit more we don’t know just yet. Read on for all the details about Country Music’s Biggest Night.

When and Where Are the the 2019 CMA Awards?

The 2019 CMA Awards will take place on Nov. 13 in Nashville, Tenn. Generally, the show is held at Bridgestone Arena.

 

Where Can I Watch the 2019 CMA Awards and the 2019 CMA Awards Red Carpet?

The 2019 CMA Awards will begin at 8PM ET and be broadcast live on ABC. Red carpet broadcast details will be announced at a later date.

 

Who’s Hosting the 2019 CMA Awards and 2019 CMA Awards Red Carpet?

Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood have co-hosted the CMA Awards every year since 2008, but a host or co-hosts for the 2019 ceremony have yet to be announced. Similarly, 2019 CMA Awards red carpet hosts will be announced at a later date.

 

Who’s Nominated at the 2019 CMA Awards?

Nominees for the 2019 CMA Awards have not yet been revealed. The Country Music Association usually announces nominees in late August or early September.

 

Who’s Going to Win at the 2019 CMA Awards?

As always, predicting the winners for the CMAs is a tough job. As the 2019 CMA Awards ceremony gets closer, The Boot’s staff will make predictions and ask for readers’ predictions as well.

 

Who’s Performing at the 2019 CMA Awards?

2019 CMA Awards performers will be announced as the ceremony gets closer.

 

Who’s Presenting at the 2019 CMA Awards?

Presenters for the 2019 CMA Awards will also be announced at a later date.

 

Who Will be Attending the 2019 CMA Awards?

Expect to see all of this year’s performers and presenters at the 2019 CMA Awards ceremony, not to mention most of, if not all of, the nominees! These details will become clearer as the ceremony nears.

Johnny Cash redesigned website launches

If you love all things Johnny Cash, now’s the time to dig into a brand new version of the Man in Black’s official website.

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Nashville in Belfast kicks off this week

This week sees the return of a special week of events celebrating Belfast’s special link with Nashville, a link that goes back over 20 years. That connection has  evolved to include music, cultural and educational exchanges,  tourism and business development in both cities.

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Ulster Orchestra bring the sounds of Nashville to Belfast

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Charles Esten set for Belfast show this Autumn

Charles Esten, former Nashville star and Country singer has announced a Belfast show for the Autumn time as part of his UK tour. He’ll take to the stage at Belfast’s Ulster Hall on October 21st. Tickets go on sale this Friday from the Ulster Hall box office, Ticketmaster outlets and online via  ulsterhall.co.uk and ticketmaster.ie.

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Kelsea Ballerini to join ‘Grand Ole Opry’

She has wanted this since she was 12 years old.

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Nashville Will Become a Broadway Musical

Deacon, Scarlett, Gunnar, Juliette and Rayna are heading to the Big Stage.

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Would the real Lennon Stella please stand up…

They say you only get one chance at a first impression. Whether or not that adage is actually true is as much your guess as it is mine. Country music over time has been reinvented, so maybe it can be done over. But for Lennon Stella, it was important, that first impression is given to the world by her debut EP Love, me. Continue reading

It’s cool to be Country – Sheeran drops into Bluebird Cafe

While the world’s top musicians attended the American Music Awards on Tuesday in Los Angeles, one name was missing from the RSVP list — Ed Sheeran’s.

Instead of attending the ceremony, he opted for a songwriter’s round at the sacred Nashville music venue, the Bluebird Café. The night highlighted acoustic performances by “Thinking Out Loud” co-writer Amy Wadge, Devin Dawson, David Hodges and Jillian Jacqueline, a member of CMT Next Women of Country.

Celebrities always seem to blend in discreetly with locals and tourists whenever they’re in Nashville. And that was the case for Sheeran because no one noticed him sitting at a table in a far corner until he stood up to perform the last song, “Thinking Out Loud” with Wadge.

For all who were there, it was a totally original Nashville night.

Sheeran brought his world tour to Nashville on Saturday. He was a front-runner at the AMAs with six nominations including a nod for the night’s top honor for artist of the year. The honor went to his friend, Taylor Swift.

Paisley’s give back to Nashville

Brad Paisley and actress wife Kimberly have gotten behind a Nashville project to support those who struggle to meet the needs of daily life. Food banks have been around for some tome but this idea will restore a much needed sense of dignity to those who need it.  Continue reading

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