CMT – Artists Of The Year 2018
The show originally aired on Wednesday 10/17/18 on CMT (Country Music Television) channel 327 on Directv and at 8pm EST (Eastern Standard Time). This show honors the women in country music.
Pistol Annies – Sugar daddy.
Trisha Yearwood I guess was the host.
Elle King honors Miranda Lambert.
Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum honors Kelsea Ballerini.
Kelsea Ballerini & Alison Krauss – Ghost in this house.
Sheryl Crow honors Maren Morris.
Smokey Robinson presents the next performance where Maren Morris honors Aretha Franklin with Brandi Carlile – (You make me feel like) A natural woman.
Charles Kelley & Dave Haywood honor their bandmate Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum.
Tori Kelly & Kirk Franklin join Hillary Scott –
“American honey”, “Never alone”, & “Oh happy days”.
Sara Evans & Danielle Bradbery are a part of the show that talks about the new way for new artists.
Miranda Lambert honors Artist of a lifetime Loretta Lynn.
Martina McBride – Woman enough to take my man (Part of the Loretta Lynn Medley).
Dierks Bentley, & Sheryl Crow –
Louisana woman, & Mississippi man (part of the Loretta Lynn Medley).
Sissy Spacek accepts the award for Loretta Lynn.
Jimmy Westbrook, & Phillip Sweet honor Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman & Karen Fairchild who join Gladys Knight on a Medley.
I can’t make you love me.
Help me make it through the night.
Keith Urban honors Carrie Underwood.
Carrie Underwood, Maddie & Tae, & Runaway June join together to close out the show with a medley supporting all the women of country music with classics.
Stand by your man.
Workin’ 9 to 5.
Rockin’ to the rhythm of the rain.
Tell me why I haven’t heard from you?
Man I feel like a woman.
And on the MSR (Midnight Star Review), I would give this special show a 3 out of 5 stars. Somewhat felt like it was average except for maybe Carrie Underwood’s ending. But probably a good start to see if CMT (Country Music Television) sticks with this for another year. Thanks for taking the time to read this review. See ya all next time.
Midnight Star Report 8-4-18
So today I will be bringing you the top 20 country music videos for the week of 8/4/18 with the help of both GAC (Great American Country), CMT (Country Music Television), and even myself. So let’s get started right now.
Number 20 belongs to Lindsay Ell who is dropping 3 spots this week – Criminal.
Number 19 belongs to Little Big Town who are new to the list this week – Summer fever.
Number 18 belongs to Locash who are dropping 4 spots this week –
Don’t get better than that.
Number 17 belongs to Brett Young who is dropping 9 spots this week – Mercy.
Number 16 belongs to Florida Georgia Line who are new to the list this week – Simple.
Number 15 belongs to Michael Ray who is dropping 12 spots this week –
Get to you.
Number 14 belongs to Jason Aldean featuring Miranda Lambert who are moving up 6 spots this week – Drowns the whiskey.
Number 13 belongs to Lady Antebellum who are moving up 2 spots this week – Heart break.
Number 12 belongs to Chris Lane featuring Tori Kelly who are dropping 7 spots this week – Take back home girl.
Number 11 belongs to Dierks Bentley who is staying in the same spot as last week – Woman, amen.
Number 10 belongs to Sugarland featuring Taylor Swift who are moving up 8 spots this week – Babe.
Number 9 belongs to Morgan Wallen featuring Florida Georgia Line who are dropping 2 spots this week – Up down.
Number 8 belongs to Dan + Shay who are dropping 2 spots this week – Tequila.
Number 7 belongs to Kenny Chesney who is moving up 3 spots this week –
Number 6 belongs to Jake Owen who is moving up 3 spots this week –
I was Jack (You were Diane).
Number 5 belongs to Keith Urban featuring Julia Michaels who are dropping 1 spot this week – Coming home.
Number 4 belongs to Morgan Evans who is moving up 9 spots this week –
Number 3 belongs to Kane Brown who is new to the list this week – Lose it.
Number 2 belongs to Miranda Lambert who is moving up 10 spots this week – Keeper of the flame.
Number 1 belongs to Carrie Underwood who is moving up 1 spot this week to take the top – Cry pretty.
And that’s a wrap for the top 20 country music videos for the week of 8/4/18 with the help of both GAC (Great American Country), CMT (Country Music Television), and even myself. Thanks as always goes out to both GAC, & CMT for doing their weekly country music video countdowns. And thanks as well goes out to you for taking the time to read this weekly list. See ya all next time.
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