Thursday, July 14, 2011 - Fans, be sure to vote for Tim now in CMT's "What's Your 20" Contest which ranks the top twenty male country performers of the past twenty years. Vote for Tim right now at CMT.com - CLICK HERE! Voting ends on August 10th.
Friday, June 24th, 2011 - Curb Recording artist (and Seattle native) Natalie Grant enjoyed a day at the ballpark when she sang the national anthem today in Washington, DC as the Washington Nationals took on the Seattle Mariners. Natalie’s appearance was sponsored by the Ronald Reagan Foundation.
Pictured with Natalie, and Washington’s famous mascot “Screech”, is Republican Congressman Aaron Schock of Illinois, who threw out 1st pitch. Schock is the youngest member of congress at age 30.
Tuesday, June 14th, 2011 - Catch Clay Walker on NBC’s “Today Show” tomorrow morning (6/15) live from Texas. He’ll be a special guest with Al Roker on his yearly week of “Lend A Hand” charity give-a-ways from across the country. Check local listings for the time in your time zone.
June 2nd, 2011 – Announced today, Lee Brice will join Luke Bryan and Josh Thompson on the 25-city Tailgates and Tanlines tour kicking off in September as part of the 10th Annual CMT On Tour.
“I’m so excited to be going out with Luke and Josh on the CMT tour,” says Brice. “This show is going to be very high energy and definitely a good time. Both of them are great guys and great talents, I’m looking forward to it!”