The Album of the Year category at the 2012 CMA Awards is as strong as it has been since the show moved to ABC. In any other year, all five nominees would be considered sure things to take home the trophy. For this reason, it's difficult to predict a winner with any conviction -- although we'll give it a try. Who do you think will win the Album of the Year award at the 2012 CMAs?
Nominees for Song of the Year at the 2012 CMA Awards are similar to those for Single of the Year -- with two exceptions. SOTY is given to the songwriters, which are the singers of the song plus one or two co-writers in three cases this year. Each day leading up to the Nov. 1 ABC broadcast, we're explaining how each nominee can win the CMA Award, offering our prediction and looking for yours. Who do you predict to win the Song of the Year award at the 2012 CMAs?
The 2012 CMA Awards are on the horizon, and the countdown begins today with predictions on each of the nine major categories. You also have a chance to choose a winner for each award in a daily readers poll. Who do you predict to win the Single of the Year award at the 2012 CMAs?
Dierks Bentley didn't let down his fans who drove and flew from cities and states away to be part of his annual Miles and Music for Kids charity event in Nashville on Sunday afternoon (Oct. 14). After pulling the plug on the motorcycle ride and the outdoor concert due to severe weather warnings, Bentley decided to throw an impromptu jam at the Hard Rock Cafe for those who were in town.
Dierks Bentley's annual Miles and Music for Kids event is one he looks forward to year round. Unfortunately, the 2012 charity motorcycle ride and concert -- scheduled for Sunday afternoon (Oct. 14) -- has been canceled due to severe weather in the Nashville area.
The performers for the 2012 CMA Awards have been announced, and the list contains some of the biggest names in country music today. The 46th Annual CMA Awards will broadcast live from Nashville on Nov. 1 at 8PM ET on ABC, hosted once again by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood.
If you’re searching for a cold beer drinking party anthem, it’s no secret that country music has its share of them. But you won’t find one more obvious than Dierks Bentley’s ‘Grab a Beer’. The music video doesn’t try to mask what the song is about, either.
Sticking with the theme of cold beers, Dierks Bentley released the music video for his new song 'Tip It on Back.' The song tells the story of a dying small town, and how residents can cope with the loss of their favorite businesses and homes by tipping back a beer. With images of for sale signs and happy families losing their property, the video runs deeper than a typical clip about beer drinking.
The crowd at LP Field was dedicated to Dierks Bentley, and they showed up with signs and billboards to support the '5-1-5-0' singer during his set at the CMA Music Festival in June. Bentley performed his hit for ABC cameras, and on Monday night, fans who couldn't get to Nashville got to see the results on the 'Country's Night to Rock' special.
Singer-songwriter Jason Isbell is mad at Dierks Bentley — really mad. Twang Nation first spotted the Muscle Shoals, Ala. artist ranting and raving via his Twitter page, accusing Bentley of plagiarizing his song ‘In a Razor Town’ to create the chart-topper ‘Home,’ and he doesn’t seem prepared to back down any time soon.
Dierks Bentley‘s highly-anticipated sixth studio album, ‘Home,’ is set to hit stores on Feb. 7, 2012. To help fans ready for the release date, Bentley and his label, Capitol Records, have revealed the track listing for ‘Home.’
Dierks Bentley debuted a song from his next album on his Facebook page. The party-hearty Blue-grass-feeling track shows residual influences of his previous bluegrass inspired album, mixed with plenty of southern rock styling
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