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11.4.21
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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  • CMT’s Cody Alan joins (today) The Tamron Hall Show [syndicated]
  • Jimmie Allen teams up with Miss Piggy to performCrazy Little Thing Called Love(11.4) as part of “The Queen Family Singalong” [ABC]
  • Darius Rucker performs (tomorrow) on GMA & GMA3: What You Need To Know [ABC]
  • ABC7/KABC-TV Los Angeles’s entertainment reporter George Pennacchio hosts “On The Red Carpet: Countdown to the CMA Awards,” (11.6 & 11.7) a 30-minute special from Nashville featuring interviews with CMA Awards host Luke Bryan and conversations with many of this year’s nominees. In addition, Ryan Hurd, Michael Ray and Lainey Wilson bring cameras along as they visit some of their favorite local hot spots in Nashville [ABC]
  • Jordan Davis will performBuy Dirt (11.8) on Live with Kelly and Ryan [syndicated]
  • “Backstage Pass: Countdown to the CMA Awards” (11.8) shares unprecedented access to some of today’s hottest Country Music stars where for seven days and 168 hours, across 24 cities, cameras rolled capturing one week in the life of Country Music while documenting artists’ lives. Featured in the special are Luke Bryan, Jimmie Allen, Lauren Alaina, Lady A, Carly Pearce and Keith Urban as they return to the road, reconnecting with fans while navigating through the constant change 2021 continues to bring. 
  • ABC News Live and “On The Red Carpet” come together for a first-ever simulcast event featuring live pre-show coverage (streaming on ABC News Live beginning at 630 p.m. ET) of this year’s CMA Awards from inside Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena hosted by “Good Morning America”s Lara Spencer, Jimmie Allen & George Pennacchio
  • The 55th CMA Awards will broadcast live (11.10) at 8/7c [ABC/Hulu]
  • CMT Crossroads Christmas: Brett Young & Friends” and “CMT’s A Tennessee Kind of Christmas,” will premiere back-to-back (12.8) at 8p/7c [CMT]
  • Trisha Yearwood joins First Lady Jill Biden on A White House Thanksgiving,” (11.20 at noon) as the two talk about Turkey Day traditions and swap recipes! [Food Network]
  • New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash will broadcast (12.31) on CBS from Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
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  • Maddie & Tae: “Madness” (now playing)
  • George Strait: “The Weight of the Badge” (now playing)
  • Thomas Rhett: “Slow Down Summer” (tomorrow)
  • Kristian Bush: “Hunt Dog Hunt” (tomorrow)
  • Brett Young: “You Didn’t” (11.15)
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ACM Lifting Lives announced the newly elected Board of Directors for the 2021-2022 term. Previously announced officer roles for ACM Lifting Lives 2021-2022 term are Chair Troy Vollhoffer, Vice-Chair Lorie Lytle, Vice-President Daniel Miller, Treasurer Duane Clark and Secretary Taylor Wolf.

Newly elected REPRESENTATIVE directors include: 

  1. RAC Clark
  2. Shawn McSpadden
  3. Darin Murphy
  4. Annie Ortmeier

Newly elected PUBLIC directors include:

  1. Scott Adkins
  2. Tiffany Brush
  3. Ellen Lehman
  4. Judee Ann Williams

Newly appointed PUBLIC director includes:

  1. Julie Gordon
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  • The Country Music Association has announced even more performers for “The 55th Annual CMA Awards.” Country Music’s Biggest Night™ will see Gabby Barrett (“The Good Ones”), Dierks Bentley feat. BRELAND and HARDY (“Beers On Me”), Luke Bryan (“Up”), Jennifer Hudson (“RESPECT”), Thomas Rhett (“Country Again”), Keith Urban (“Wild Hearts”), and Zac Brown Band (“Same Boat”) take center stage!
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The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will honor active-duty and retired armed services members with free museum admission on Veterans Day, Thursday, Nov. 11. As an additional token of thanks to the United States Armed Forces, past and present, the museum will also extend free admission for up to three immediate family members. Timed admission tickets can be reserved by calling 615-416-2001, or tickets can be obtained at the museum’s box office on Nov. 11. Valid military ID is required to claim tickets. Due to limited capacity, advanced reservations are highly recommended. Active duty and retired armed services members will also receive a 10% discount at the Museum Store and the Hatch Show Print retail store on Nov. 11. Free admission is available only for Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Tours of Hatch Show Print and Historic RCA Studio B are offered for a fee, based on availability. For more information on tickets, visit www.countrymusichalloffame.org.
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