Monday, November 16, 2009

Today's Best Country Music Videos

Today's Best Country Music Videos

Country Throwdown Tour Coming In 2010 - Jamey Johnson, Montgomery Gentry, Little Big Town And Jack Ingram Headline

Posted: 16 Nov 2009 05:05 AM PST

Weekend-long or week-long music festivals are awesome, but how about a traveling music festival. That's exactly what's coming to a city near you next year. The Country Throwdown Tour will feature a fantastic lineup of bands, and the tour will go from May 13, 2010 - June 20, 2010. Here's a look at who's already confirmed for the tour:

Montgomery Gentry, Jamey Johnson, Little Big Town, Jack Ingram, Eli Young Band, Eric Church, Jonathan Singleton & the Grove, The Lost Trailers, Ryan Bingham and Emily West.

To wet your appetite, here's a look at each of these bands in action. For more information about the tour, check out their website at or follow them on Twitter @thrwdowntour.

Montgomery Gentry - Gone (Live)

Jamey Johnson - High Cost Of Living (Live)

Little Big Town - Boondocks (Live)

Jack Ingram - Measure Of A Man (Live)

Eli Young Band - Always The Love Songs

Eric Church - Love Your Love The Most (Live)

Jonathan Singleton & The Grove - Young And Wild Tour

The Lost Trailers - Holler Back

Ryan Bingham - Day Is Done (Live)

Emily West - Blue Sky (Live)

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PHOTOS: Taylor Swift, Ronnie Dunn And Miranda Lambert At The 57th Annual BMI Country Awards

Posted: 16 Nov 2009 03:56 AM PST

The night before the CMA's, Taylor Swift's Love Story was named the Song of the Year at the 57th Annual BMI Country Awards. I wanted to share a few photos from the event. Here's Taylor, Taylor and Ronnie Dunn and Taylor, Miranda Lambert and Neil Portnow, President of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (Thanks to for the head's up about Mr. Portnow):

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25 Live Performances From The Grand Ole Opry In One Video Playlist

Posted: 15 Nov 2009 06:59 PM PST

While searching for a couple of videos today, I started watching some performances from the Grand Ole Opry, and I decided to put together a playlist of 25 live performances from the Opry courtesy of Oprylive's YouTube channel. I hope you enjoy it. Here's the order of the songs:

  1. Zac Brown Band - Chicken Fried
  2. Montgomery Gentry - My Town
  3. Randy Travis - Forever And Ever Amen
  4. Bucky Covington - It's Good To Be Us
  5. Randy Houser - Anything Goes
  6. Brad Paisley - I'm Gonna Miss Her
  7. Craig Morgan - Love Remembers
  8. Kellie Pickler - Don't You Know You're Beautiful
  9. Kenny Rogers - Islands In The Stream
  10. Josh Turner - Long Black Train
  11. Keith Urban - You Look Good In My Shirt
  12. Darius Rucker - Don't Think I Don't Think About It
  13. Jessica Simpson - Come On Over
  14. Trace Adkins - Honky Tonk Badonkadonk
  15. Dwight Yoakam - (Sings A Medley Of His Greatest Hits)
  16. Taylor Swift - Teardrops On My Guitar
  17. Carrie Underwood - Stand By Your Man
  18. Dierks Bentley - Every Mile A Memory
  19. Jewel - Stronger Woman
  20. Little Big Town - Novocaine
  21. Lady Antebellum - Love Don't Live Here Anymore
  22. Carrie Underwood - All-American Girl
  23. Charlie Daniels Band - Devil Went Down To Georgia
  24. Loretta Lynn - Coal Miner's Daughter
  25. Little Jimmy Dickens w/Brad Paisley and Trace Adkins - May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose

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The Judds To Reunite In 2010 - Live Performance Of Mama He's Crazy

Posted: 15 Nov 2009 07:00 PM PST

On Friday, the internet was abuzz over news that The Judds might reunite in 2010. They were most recently seen together (see photo below) at the 2010 CMA Awards. Here's what Wynonna had to say, "We are 'in talks,' so there's nothing that's been defined yet," "I just felt it in my spirit. A couple weeks ago I said, 'It's 2010. It's been 25 years. It's take your mother to work year. It just feels like it's the right time; she'll be 64 in January, and I think it's time -- not the whole year, but it's just going to be a way to celebrate her."

Wynonna said she started thinking about reforming the Judds when the two performed at this year's CMA Music Festival in Nashville.

"It was huge," she said. "We sang for 50,000 people and they sang back to us, and it was a holy moment. And on the drive home I thought, 'Y'know, I really appreciate where I've come from and the people do, too, and they love the Judds' music and it hasn't disappeared.' I just thought, 'Y'know, I think it's time.'" To continue reading about The Judds reunion, go to this page on

For a little taste of The Judds live, check out this live performance from back in 1984. It's their first number one country hit Mama He's Crazy. Enjoy!

P.S. What are your thoughts on them reuniting? Excited? So-So? Who Cares?

Naomi and Wynonna Judd announce award at the 43rd Annual CMA Awards in Nashville

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