Craig Campbell’s New Single “When I Get It” Released Today! Craig Campbell is excited to release his third single “When I Get It.” The follow up to “Family Man” and “Fish” is a tempo track with light hearted lyrics that describe the relatable financial struggles of the middle class. Produced by Keith Stegall, this song was written by Craig Campbell, Jason Matthews and Jim McCormick. “When I get it, you’ll get it and that’s all you’re getting today.” When I first listened to this song I couldn’t help but have a little smile, because the lyrics are so true. I’m sure this song will hit home to many and become a fan favorite in no time! Craig is an American Country Award nominee and you can vote for him daily at theacas.com. “When I Get It” delivers to country radio via PlayMPE today!
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American Country Awards Announce First Round of Performers! The 2nd Annual American Country Awards has announced the first of its performers! Fans can so far expect Blake Shelton, Pistol Annies, Thompson Square, Eli Young Band and The Band Perry to perform. Hosts Trace Adkins and Kristen Chenowith are also expected to join in on the singing! Fans can also look forward to appearances by Laren Alaina, Miranda Lambert, Scotty McCreery, Rachel Bilson (random…), and the men of “Pawn Stars” (also random…). The 2011 American Country Awards air live on Fox on Monday, December 5th at 8pm ET. Stay tuned for more details!! For a complete list of nominees click here.
2011 American Country Awards Nominations, Dates, Voting Details and More! The 2nd Annual American Country Awards Nominations have been announced, and fan voting is open! The ACAs offer a wide variety of categories like those offered by the CMA Awards and the CMT Awards, but with other previously unrecognized categories like “Touring”. Voting will remain open until Friday, November 11th in all categories except Artist of the Year. Voting for the Artist of the Year category will remain open until, Friday, December 2nd, two before the live show airs. Fans are able to vote in each category once daily until the deadline. For a complete list of all the nominations and categories, see below. Thw 2011 ACAs will feature Kristen Chenoweth and Trace Adkins as hosts, and will air live on Monday, December 5th at 8pm ET on Fox. It will be a two-hour live awards special aired out of Las Vegas at the MGM Grand, and it will feature performances and appearances from all of the current year’s chart topping artists! Stay tuned for more information on who will be performing as it is announced. Until then, click here to vote! 2011 American Country Awards Complete List of Nominations ARTISTS Artist of the Year Jason Aldean Kenny Chesney Lady Antebellum Taylor Swift Zac Brown Band Artist of the Year: Male Jason Aldean Luke Bryan Kenny Chesney Brad Paisley Blake Shelton Artist of the Year: Female Sara Evans Alison Krauss Miranda Lambert Taylor Swift Carrie Underwood Artist of the Year: Duo or Group The Band Perry Lady Antebellum Rascal Flatts Sugarland Zac Brown Band Artist of the Year: Breakthrough Artist Eric Church Eli Young Band Justin Moore Jake Owen Chris Young Artist of the Year: New Artist The Band Perry Scotty McCreery Jerrod Niemann Pistol Annies Thompson Square ALBUM Jason Aldean, “My Kinda Party” Kenny Chesney, “Hemingway’s Whiskey” Brad Paisley, “This Is Country Music” Taylor Swift, “Speak Now” Keith Urban, “Get Closer” Zac Brown Band, “You Get What You Give” SINGLES Single of the Year Billy Currington, “Let Me Down Easy” Tim McGraw, “Felt Good On My Lips” Thompson Square, “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not” Chris Young, “Voices” Zac Brown Band with Alan Jackson, “As She’s Walking Away” Single of the Year: Male Jason Aldean, “My Kinda Party” Luke Bryan, “Someone Else Calling You Baby” Billy Currington, “Let Me Down Easy” Tim McGraw, “Felt Good On My Lips” Chris Young, “Voices” Single of the Year: Female Sara Evans, “A Little Bit Stronger” Miranda Lambert, “Heart Like Mine” Reba, “Turn On The Radio” Taylor Swift, “Mean” Carrie Underwood, “Mama’s Song” Single of the Year: Duo or Group The Band Perry, “You Lie” Rascal Flatts, “Why Wait” Sugarland, “Stuck Like Glue” Thompson Square, “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not” Zac Brown Band, “Colder Weather” Single of the Year: New Artist The Band Perry, “You Lie” Craig Campbell, “Family Man” The JaneDear Girls, “Wildflower” Jerrod Niemann, “What Do You Want” Thompson Square, “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not” Single Continue reading 2011 American Country Awards
Here’s your viewer’s guide to the 2010 American Country Awards, airing tonight on FOX! 2010 marks the first annual American Country Awards, brought to you by Fox television. This inaugural awards ceremony will be held live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Nevada Monday, December 6th, 8/7c on FOX, and hosted by Trace Adkins. It’s a two-hour television special that will feature comedians, live performances, and fan-voted awards. Here’s the run-down of who you should expect to see on tonight’s broadcast: 2010 American Country Awards Performers: Alan Jackson Blake Shelton Easton Corbin Jason Aldean Josh Turner Keith Urban Lee Ann Womack Luke Bryan Rascal Flatts Reba Steel Magnolia The Band Perry Toby Keith Trace Adkins Uncle Kracker 2010 American Country Awards Presenters: Bret Michaels Criss Angel Jaron and The Long Road to Love Jeff Dunham Jennette McCurdy Jerrod Niemann Jewel Kaleu Cuoco Lady Antebellum Laura Bell Bundy Lee Ann Womack Michael Waltrip Nancy O’Dell Rodney Carrington Travis Pastrana Ty Murray 2010 American Country Awards Categories and Nominees: ARTIST Artist of the Year Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Zac Brown Band Artist of the Year: Male Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban Artist of the Year: Female Jewel, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood Artist of the Year: Duo or Group Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Sugarland, The Band Perry, Zac Brown Band Artist of the Year: Breakthrough Artist Easton Corbin, Danny Gokey, Jaron and The Long Road To Love, Jerrod Niemann, The Band Perry ALBUMS Album of the Year “Doin’ My Thing,” Luke Bryan, “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum, “Revolution,” Miranda Lambert, “Haywire,” Josh Turner, “Play On,” Carrie Underwood SINGLES Single of the Year “Do I,” Luke Bryan, “A Little More Country Than That,” Easton Corbin, “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum, “Gimme That Girl,” Joe Nichols, “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” Josh Turner Single of the Year: Male “Do I,” Luke Bryan “Little More Country Than That,” Easton Corbin, “That’s How Country Boys Roll,” Billy Currington, “Gimme That Girl,” Joe Nichols, “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” Josh Turner Single of the Year: Female “White Liar,” Miranda Lambert, “Wrong Baby Wrong,” Martina McBride, “Consider Me Gone,” Reba McEntire, “Didn’t Know How Much I Loved You,” Kellie Pickler, “Cowboy Casanova,” Carrie Underwood Single of the Year: Duo or Group “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum, “Little White Church,” Little Big Town, “Unstoppable,” Rascal Flatts, “Keep On Lovin’ You,” Steel Magnolia, “Toes,” Zac Brown Band Single of the Year: Breakthrough Artist “Little More Country Than That,” Easton Corbin, “Pray for You,” Jaron and The Long Road To Love, “Lover, Lover,” Jerrod Niemann, “Keep on Lovin’ You,” Steel Magnolia, “Beer on the Table,” Josh Thompson TOURING Touring Artist of the Year Brooks & Dunn, Toby Keith, Martina McBride & Trace Adkins, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, George Strait & Reba McEntire, Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood VIDEOS Music Video of the Year “A Little More Country Than That,” Easton Corbin, “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum, Continue reading American Country Awards
Fox executives reveal plans for an all-new awards show titled the American Country Awards. Country music artists will soon have another trophy to aim for as Fox executives announce the launch of an all-new fan-voted awards show coming this winter. The American Country Awards will air December 6th from fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada. It will be a live 2-hour broadcast showcasing performances, special guests, and fan-voting campaigns. There has been no announcement so far as to who will host or perform on the show, but with Fox’s deep pockets and wide audience, I’m sure they will not disappoint! “So many of the American Idol contestants or winners were going to the Country format, so we thought there was a good link to tie in Country music with FOX. It’s going to be presented in a variety show format. There will be awards given out, but they won’t be your typical ‘Entertainer Of The Year’ or ‘Song Of The Year’ awards. The awards are secondary to what we want the show to be about. We want to make great performances on the show that are something you can’t see on the ACM and CMA Awards.” -Fletcher Foster (co-producer of the awards show). Categories for the awards include “Artist Of The Year,” “Album Of The Year,” “Touring Artist Of The Year,” “Single Of The Year” and “Music Video By A Breakthrough Artist,” among others. Further details about the show will be announced as the date gets closer. Is this a marketing scheme to capitalize on the resurgence of mainstream country music, or just a broadcasting company trying to give its’ viewers more of what they want? Do we care? What do you think?Country Music Photo Gallery