Manning, Bryan co-host CMAs
Thursday, May 18, 2023 – Former NFL star Peyton Manning and Luke Bryan are returning in November to co-host the CMA Awards.
The 57th Annual CMA Awards will air live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 8 on ABC.
Last year's viewership increased to 9.7 million total viewers and a 1.79 television rating among adults 18-49 after seven days of viewing across linear and digital platforms.
- 05/24/23: CMA Festival documentary coming in July
- 05/09/23: CMA Foundation honors 30 Music Teachers of Excellence
- 04/26/23: Bryan's Farm Tour set for September
- 03/07/23: CMA features Bentley, Church, Combs, Lambert stadium shows
- 02/13/23: Bryan adds dates to Vegas residency
- 02/01/23: CMA honors Triple Play Awards winners including Combs, HARDY, Wallen
- 01/31/23: CMA hands out touring honors; Chesney associates win four
- 01/30/23: Country On, Bryan goes on tour
If there's one thing Luke Bryan knows how to do, it's to stay in his lane. And why not? It often leads to great chart position. The Deluxe edition of his seventh album "Born Here, Live Here, Die Here" was born out of the pandemic tour stoppage. It includes six new songs and increases the run time to 54 minutes. The original 10 tracks are mostly in the vein of the pop laced chart toppers "One Margarita" and "Knockin' Boots." With writing ...
After taking in Luke Bryan's "Born Here Live Here Die Here," the listener will never guess this full length was released during a pandemic. Maybe that's a good thing. After all, we might need a diversion from the international health crisis now and then. The release opens with "Knockin' Boots," which is how modern cowboys describe sexual intercourse. A few songs later, Bryan gives us the drinking song (and single) "One Margarita." In between, "What ...
Luke Bryan aims to please often, and that rarely goes unpunished. The Georgia native has a strong voice, some songwriting skill and even legitimate farming cred. But Bryan still gets pegged as the face of corporate country - that pandering beast packaging artists for mass consumption. The label can be unfair, but not wholly undeserved - Bryan has a long track record, for instance, of records about chasing girls and Bud Lights. In truth, he married his college sweetheart and they share a quiet, ...
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