Martina Mcbryde Cma Awards 2019
Martina Mcbryde Cma Awards 2019:Country artist Jimmie Allen, nationally syndicated personality Bobby Bones, Country artist Kane Brown, ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars'” Sharna Burgess, model and actress Olivia Culpo, Disney’s “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms'” Mackenzie Foy, Country artists Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Dustin Lynch, Martina McBride and Carly Pearce, singer/actor Dennis Quaid, ABC’s “American Idol” judge Lionel Richie, actor Noah Schnapp, singer/songwriter, actress and producer Rita Wilson and Country artist Trisha Yearwood are set to present at “The 52nd Annual CMA Awards.” Country Music’s Biggest Night, hosted for the 11th consecutive year by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood, airs live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville Wednesday, Nov. 14 at 8:00 PM/ET (7:00 PM/CT) on the ABC Television Network.
CMA Awards Vocal Group of the Year nominee LANCO will also host the pre-telecast portion of the night. They will be introduced to the stage by CMA’s inaugural KixStart Artist Scholarship recipients Kassi Ashton, Travis Denning and Jameson Rodgers. During the pre-telecast, the winner for Musician of the Year will be awarded, as well as the winners of the previously-announced Broadcast Awards categories.
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Next November’s CMA Awards will highlight country’s greatest female voices during a show hosted by Carrie Underwood, Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire. But the Academy of Country Music got a jump on the trend Wednesday during its 13th annual ACM Honors at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.
“Thank you to all the pioneers that came before me… especially to the women,” Martina McBride said as she accepted the Cliffie Stone Icon Award, the ACM equivalent of membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
“Dolly, Reba, Barbara [Mandrell], Patsy [Cline], Emmylou [Harris], Linda Ronstadt, the list goes on and on,” McBride continued. “These women paved the way and kicked down the doors and they did it with such integrity and authenticity.”
Though she’s been retired for 22 years, Barbara Mandrell made a rare appearance to honor Poet’s Award winner Kye Fleming, who wrote many of her hits like “Sleeping Single in a Double Bed” and “I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool.” Tenille Townes and Maddie & Tae each offered their interpretations of the classics.
The evening’s most tender moment came as Entertainer of the Year Keith Urban teamed up with Gene Weed Milestone Award winner Miranda Lambert to perform a duet on “The House That Built Me.”
“Some days feel like I’ve been doing it for two days, and some days feel like I’ve been doing it two hundred years,” Lambert said in her acceptance remarks. “But today, I feel like I’ve been doing it two days, and I just want to keep going.”