Brad Paisley Releases Star-Studded Music Video for "No I in Beer"
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7/30/2020
By: @KurtBardella from Wine Country
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If you were going to put something in a time capsule so that 1,000 years from now, the future could know what 2020 was like, you would put this music video in it. Brad Paisley’s “No I in Beer” music video is a truly global achievement, featuring more than 225 people from 39 countries sharing a piece of their lives during this time of COVID-19 with all of us. From Wuhan to Rochester, Brad shares the people and friends who have become a part of his life. Breathing new life into the song, #TeamBrad buddies Tim McGraw, Darius Rucker, Carrie Underwood, Kelsea Ballerini, Jimmie Allen, Brett Kissel, Lindsay Ell, Peyton Manning, & Clayton Kershaw! There are all kinds of cameos that I won’t mention now to see if you can spot them! This is the closest thing to a video yearbook I’ve ever seen. This is def the Music Video of the Year!

DVR ALERT

  • Luke Bryan headlines the GMA Summer Concert Series on August 7th Shania Twain is scheduled for August 14th
  • Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett & Kane Brown will perform at the 10th Anniversary iHeartFestival streaming free on TheCW network on September 18th & 19th starting at 8 p.m. ET
  • The “2020 American Music Awards®,” will air Sunday, November 22nd (8:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on ABC
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Be among the very first to watch Caylee Hammack’s new single with the legendary Alan Jackson come to life in this lyric video for “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good” … talk about a special music event!
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Lauren Alaina will release a new song, “Run” tomorrow, the first look at new music featured on her September 4th release “Getting Over Him.” The 6-song project features two duets, including one with Jon Pardi for the title track! 

Getting Over Him EP Track Listing:

1.  Run                                                                        
2.  If I Was A Beer                                                      
3.  Bar Back                                                                 
4.  Getting Over Him (duet with Jon Pardi)                
5.  See You In Your Hometown                                   
6.  What Do You Think Of? (duet with Lukas Graham) 
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Monster Energy and Craig Morgan are partnering to honor America’s men and women in uniform. A 17-year Army and Army Reserves veteran himself, Morgan will be proudly representing Monster Energy through his ongoing work with our U.S. military. In May, Morgan released his ninth studio album, God, Family, Country. Released on Broken Bow Records, the ten-track album features a moving cover of Gavin DeGraw’s hit “Soldier,” as well as “Sippin’ On The Simple Life” – a song penned with active-duty Army Airborne Rangers Justin Wright and Andrew Yacovone
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American figure skating sensation Starr Andrews choreographed this routine to Mickey Guyton’s “Black Like Me”
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The Jack Daniel’s Distillery is happy to announce a special limited-edition Eric Church Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey in celebration of its long-time friendship. The specially designed black and gold embossed label on a black bottle is filled with whiskey from barrels personally selected by Eric. This bottle is available in a 750ml size and at 94 proof and will hit shelves at the beginning of August across the US. *Call your local liquor store for availability.

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Country music icon, Terri Clark, has announced she will be releasing her new album titled, It’s Christmas… Cheers! on September 25th. Produced by Terri Clark herself, the album includes 10 songs and features musical guests Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs, The Oak Ridge Boys, Pam Tillis, and Suzy Bogguss – The Time Jumpers play on every track. Each album will come with a Christmas postcard and the LP will feature holly green vinyl.
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Watch Jason Aldean perform “Got What I Got” on Late Night Seth from his home in Nashville
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CeCe Winans’ Opry performance of “Why Me Lord”

Found in the archives, Randy Travis releases his first new song since his 2013 stroke, “Fool’s Love Affair”

Midland performs “Drinkin’ Problem” live from The Palomino (2019)

CMT’s Leslie Fram 
and Cody Alan joined CMT Next Women of Country member Caylee Hammack for “CMT Next Women of Country Goes Live– the final episode in a weekly Livestream series Hammack has hosted on CMT Facebook since early April.
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Almost reaching 1 million views, it’s Caylee Hammack’s music video for “Small Town Hypocrite”
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