The CMA Awards are the biggest night in Country music.
Country fans are in for an exciting night. This year's awards are all about celebrating the legendary women of the genre.
This year's ceremony will be cohosted by Carrie Underwood, Dolly Parton, and Reba McEntire.
Take a look at the exciting red carpet moments that lead up to this year's show. And see which of your favorite stars take home a coveted award tonight.
Live in the Vineyard wrapped up its eleventh annual music, food and wine event on Sunday (Nov. 3) with intimate performances from some of the biggest names in country, pop and rock music.
The 4-day festival took place from Oct. 31-Nov. 3 in the dreamlike wineries and vineyards of Napa, Calif. Fans enjoyed live music from some of the most popular acts along with exclusive wines and gourmet food. The intimate gathering brought some of the most exclusive acoustic and intimate performances from some of the most sought after artists that normally play in giant arenas. Even the cast of ABC's The Bachelor was in attendance to enjoy the epic weekend. Every attendee was sure to leave each night with a full brunch, high spirits and music stuck in their heads.
Country singer-songwriter,Stephanie Quayle, has released the lyric video for her latest single, "Whatcha Drink 'Bout," available now on all video streaming services.
"No matter what you're drinkin', we're all drinking 'bout something. It's that common denominator. You walk into a bar... and everyone's drinkin 'bout something," says Quayle.
Luke Bryan’s new single got to be what country radio wanted this week.
This week’s other notable country radio options: Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber’s “10,000 Hours” (6th-most-added, tie), Hootie & The Blowfish’s “Hold On” (6th-most, tie), Chris Young’s “Drowning” (8th-most, tie), Stephanie Quayle’s “Whatcha Drinkin’ Bout” (8th-most, tie), Ryan Hurd’s “To A T” (10th-most, tie), Lainey Wilson’s “Dirty Looks” (10th-most, tie), and Jake Owen’s “Homemade” (10th-most, tie).
Inspired by growing up on her family’s bison farm, Stephanie dug deep into her Montana roots for her latest release. Penning three of the five tracks on the EP, she wanted to authentically channel the undeterred spirit and ambition of the American Cowboy that she grew up surrounded by – her mom being the cowboy she looked up to the most.
We asked American singer and songwriter, Stephanie Quayle, to describe her journey of becoming a new female country artist and why she has been wearing Lucchese boots for many years. From her lyric video of “Drinking with Dolly” to the back of her horse to performing on stage, Stephanie’s got her boots on. For her, it’s about the classic western style and fit.
Stephanie was born and raised in Bozeman, Montana. Her family had a farm raising bison, cattle, and all kinds of creatures. Stephanie got her first taste of country music from a little silver AM radio in her horse barn. Now, she lives in Nashville, Tennessee, pursuing her career as a female country artist.
Stephanie Quayle is hitting the road for a mini-tour this weekend and Celeb Secrets Country has the scoop on what you can expect. Teaming up with Wrangler for the Wrangler Presents: National Day of the American Cowboy Tour, the country songstress will make her way to the Lone Star State this Saturday (July 27) for the National Day of the American Cowboy Parade in Fort Worth. Quayle will be featured in the Parade along E. Exchange Avenue to kick off the festivities and perform on the main stage in front of the Livestock Exchange building later in the afternoon.
Captivating country powerhouse and Rebel Engine Entertainment artist STEPHANIE QUAYLE partners with WRANGLER, the premier name in Western lifestyle worldwide, for her 2019 pop-up tour.