The 16-time ACM Awards host Reba McEntire reminded the Vegas crowd why she's a country music icon with a riveting performance on the MGM Grand Arena stage.
George Strait gave a moving performance of 'God and Country Music' at 2019 ACM Awards. These are the clips of his historic performance. Wearing a simple black blazer and coordinating cowboy hat, the King of Country performed the moving ballad with a full band, backdropped by slideshow of beautiful landscapes and other graphics. “Come hell or high water, there's two things still worth savin'/ God and country music,” he sang.
"God and Country Music” appears on Strait’s thirtieth studio album Honky Tonk Time Machine. Watch a clip of his performance below.
Hal Ketchum, the country singer who had hits in the 1990s with "Small Town Saturday Night" and "Sure Love," has retired from touring after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
Robert Mizzell has made Ireland his home for over 20 years. He served his apprenticeship in Country Music since he first arrived here, and is now a top Country Artist in Ireland and the UK just being himself. A traditional Country Music Artist.
Alan Jackson and Lee Ann Womack shared the stage on April 1, teaming up to sing "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man." The song was originally recorded by Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty, and was the title track of their 1973 duets album.