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  1. Have you ever been lured to the lake on a Sunday morning? Then you’ll want to keep an eye out for Trace Adkins, who probably isn’t going to make the 10 o’clock sermon either. Sporting a new record deal and that same resonant bass (the singing kind, not the swimming kind), Adkins is reeling us... Read more »
  2. Listen to "Black Like Me," a new track from Mickey Guyton.
  3. Black creators were helping shape country music long before it had a name.
  4. Hear "Hard Days," a new single from Brantley Gilbert.
  5. During Wednesday night’s (June 3) CMT Celebrates Our Heroes: An Artists of the Year Special, you may have seen a very special Zoom call with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, country music duo Brothers Osborne, and two frontline workers who are going above and beyond the call of duty in Maryland. “We’ve been deeply moved by... Read more »
  6. Although the African American presence has been part of country music from the very beginning, many black artists, songwriters, musicians and producers have established themselves solidly in the modern country music community, too
  7. Embedded from www.youtube.com. When Kane Brown sat down with Shy Carter, Ryan Hurd and Jordan Schmidt to write “Worldwide Beautiful” a year or so ago, he probably had no idea that what would come out of that songwriting session would be such an honest and powerful and poignant way to change the way we all... Read more »
  8. 'CMT Celebrates Our Heroes' honors Americans who keep us safe and keep us going.
  9. In an Instagram post that quickly went viral, Rachel Berry shared her story about how much she loves country music. And as it turns out, country music loves her right back. Berry poured her heart out on Tuesday (June 2) even though she didn’t know if anyone would take the time to read her story.... Read more »
  10. Inspired by CMT Heroes? Learn about these six charitable organizations for ways to give.
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