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  • "Electric energy" + "the magnitude of the moment": Watch Jelly Roll & Ashley McBryde host CMA Fest

    Disney/Robbie KleinFor Music City native Jelly Roll, hosting ABC's CMA Fest special was a momentous occasion."Stepping onto the stage in front of 50,000 people to host CMA Fest at Nissan Stadium in my hometown of Nashville was indescribable,” he says.It was also especially poignant, since the venue is located near the Davidson County Juvenile Justice Center, where Jelly Roll once spent some time.“The magnitude of the moment really hit me," he reflects, "to be across the street from the juvenile detention center I was in and to now be onstage hosting — how do you describe being in the same exact place while being in a place that couldn’t be more different, at the same time?” The irony of the experience, however, didn't overwhelm the camaraderie with his TV partner, Ashley McBryde.“When my buddy Jelly Roll and I walked out into this massive crowd and felt the electric energy for the first time, it felt important,” Ashley says. “We were nervous! But it also felt good, because at the root of it all, it’s just me and my pal cutting up, only we’re doing it on national television for CMA Fest.”You can check out Ashley and Jelly Roll's moment in the spotlight as the CMA Fest special premieres June 25 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Copyright © 2024, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

  • Chase Matthew's ready with the spontaneous 'Always Be Mine' EP

    Disney/Scott KirklandChase Matthew's new EP, Always Be Mine, is set to arrive July 4, as his debut hit, "Love You Again," continues its climb in country's top 15. The five-song collection includes the HARDY co-write "Crazy Girls," as well as "First," which Chase wrote with "Dust on the Bottle" hitmaker David Lee Murphy. You can check out the first release, "Saltwater Cinderella," now.“This Always Be Mine EP came together somewhat spontaneously, and ‘Saltwater Cinderella’ is a great example of inspiration striking me in the moment," Chase says. "I wrote that one with close friends as I was headed down to Florida for BMI’s Key West Songwriters Festival. It’s a fun summer song about those girls that love to spend time at the beach.""Hope y’all get out on the water and turn it up!” he adds.Here's the complete track listing for Chase's new EP:"Always Be Mine""First"  "Crazy Girls"  "Saltwater Cinderella""How You Been (Letter to the County Line Girl)"Copyright © 2024, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

  • LBT's Karen Fairchild helps Shelby Lynne weigh the 'Consequences of the Crown'

    Monument RecordsLittle Big Town's Karen Fairchild certainly isn't giving up her main gig, but she is branching out as a producer. Karen's just one of the creative forces behind the new album from Shelby Lynne; Pistol Annies' Ashley Monroe happens to be one of the others.Shelby first stepped into the spotlight when she put out 1989's Sunrise on Epic Records Nashville. In 1990, the Academy of Country Music named her its Top New Female Vocalist. Though she landed a couple songs in country's top 30, turning toward a more pop/rock direction earned her 2001's Best New Artist Grammy.“I am going where it feels right to take a step. Breathing. Feeling the power of this music I lived for a time, another chapter in my life," Lynne says of the new album, titled Consequences of the Crown."I am grateful to be alive. I am grateful to you for listening to my life. This is the moment," she adds. "We all wear a crown of consequences.”The new record, which arrives Aug. 16, is on Nashville's Monument Records, which is run by Jason Owen, who also happens to be Little Big Town's manager.Meanwhile, LBT's marking their 25th anniversary with their Greatest Hits album on Aug. 9 before heading out on their Take Me Home Tour with Sugarland in the fall. You can see them perform their smash "Girl Crush" on the annual CMA Fest special June 25 on ABC. Copyright © 2024, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

  • The ACM has more awards for Lainey, Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson & Trisha Yearwood

    John Shearer/Getty Images for ACMLainey Wilson, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, Alan Jackson and Trisha Yearwood are just some of the artists who'll be recognized at this year's ACM Honors Aug. 21 at the Ryman in Nashville.The 17th annual show focuses on the Academy of Country Music's special awards, which were not presented during the 59th ACMs in May.Lainey will pick up her ACM Triple Crown honor, having won trophies for New Female, Female Artist and Entertainer. She'll also get the Milestone Award, given for "unprecedented or outstanding achievement" in the year prior. Luke's being honored with the ACM Lifting Lives Award for his charitable work, while Stapleton will pick up his previously announced trophy for Artist-Songwriter of the Year.Trisha will be recognized as an ACM Icon, while Jackson will get the Poet's Award for his songwriting.Carly Pearce and Jordan Davis are set to host the evening, with Tyler Hubbard already on board as a presenter. Presales for the show begin Thursday, before becoming available to the public on Friday.Copyright © 2024, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

  • Check out the set list for ABC's CMA Fest special

    Robby Klein/ABCThe countdown is on to the premiere of ABC's annual CMA Fest special on June 25. But if you're wondering exactly what the three-hour extravaganza has in store, wait no more.Here's the rundown of the performances you can expect from the festival, which took place in Nashville earlier in June: "Penthouse" -- Kelsea Ballerini"Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" -- Big & Rich and HARDY"Killin' Time" -- Clint Black and Jon Pardi"Break Mine" -- Brothers Osborne"I Won't Back Down" -- Brothers Osborne"Love You, Miss You, Mean It" -- Luke Bryan "Poor, Poor Pitiful Me" -- Terri Clark and Lainey Wilson"Next Thing You Know" -- Jordan Davis"Fearless" -- Jackson Dean "SIX FEET UNDER (Caleigh's Song)" -- HARDY"Halfway to Hell" -- Jelly Roll featuring Keith Urban"Save Me" -- Jelly Roll with Lainey Wilson"That's Texas" -- Cody Johnson"Girl Crush" -- Little Big Town"Sweet Home Alabama" -- Lynyrd Skynyrd"Call Me the Breeze" -- Lynyrd Skynyrd featuring Billy F Gibbons from ZZ Top"The Devil I Know" -- Ashley McBryde"Burn It Down" -- Parker McCollum"I'm Not Pretty" -- Megan Moroney"truck on fire" -- Carly Pearce"Pour Me a Drink" -- Post Malone featuring Blake Shelton"A Bar Song (Tipsy)" -- Shaboozey"I Got Time" -- Brittney Spencer"Called You By Your Name" -- The War and Treaty "Beautiful as You" -- Thomas Rhett"Messed Up as Me" -- Keith Urban"GO HOME W U" -- Keith Urban with Lainey Wilson"Redneck Woman" -- Gretchen Wilson and Ashley McBryde"Hang Tight Honey" -- Lainey Wilson"Where It Ends" -- Bailey ZimmermanYou can check out the show, hosted by Jelly Roll and Ashley McBryde, on June 25 starting at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Copyright © 2024, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

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