Carrie headlines Friday night's CMA Fest at Nissan Stadium, so I wanted to start a thread as I did not see one. She said on Periscope that she will come on last around 11:00 pm.
Friday, June 10th 2016 - 2016 CMA Music Festival 2016 CMA Music Festival
^With low humidity it should be fairly comfortable by 11 p.m. Thanks for starting the thread.
^ yes Carrie said she is doing Choctaw tomorrow on her periscope chat. So excited! Hope the McCarry sisters do
Somehow Keksea got 30 minutes tonight too when she has 3 songs out. Very odd. Someone is paying major $$$ for her to be pushed. She should not have the same time as headliners.
I wonder if tbat secret rehearsal was with the McCrarry sisters?
Idk - I hope so! Also, hope Hank Jr doesn't go on forever - he has a habit of doing that so no telling when Carrie will get to go on stage.
I feel this is a great opportunity for Carrie to test out how the audience may respond to single number 4 so I hope she fits in Dirty Laundry too. CCA is going to be stellar.
I'm at a public library right now, so I can't copy and paste any tweets or pictures. But, Carrie was heard sound checking "Church Bells," she took pictures with some fans, and the McCrary Sisters are there. Also, I noticed when the McCrary Sisters tweeted....they are including both Carrie and Hank Jr. in the hash tag.
Wonder if all three are doing something together tonight??
ETA: Chris Stapleton has a 30 minute set tonight. He doesn't have any radio hits. I'll what patiently for you to trash him, too.
Yes, the McCrary Sisters are at the stadium. One of them is faintly singing Choctaw County Affair. I'm so excited. Can't wait for the video & they will film this for he show I'm sure!
mccrary sisters @mccrarysisters 52m52 minutes ago
Good merrnan!!!!!@CMTshows @VisitCMAFest @NissanStadium @carrieunderwood @HankJr
It's with this tweet but I don't know how to put the sound with it on here.
- 2006: ASCAP Country Music Award – "Your Man" by Chris DuBois, Chris Stapleton
- 2007: ASCAP Award – "Swing" by Frank Rogers, Chris Stapleton
- 2008: ASCAP Award, Most Performed Songs – "Never Wanted Nothing More" by Chris Stapleton, Ronnie Bowman
- 2009: ASCAP Award, Most Performed Songs – "Another You" by Chris Stapleton, Jeremy Spillman
- 2010: ASCAP Award, Most Performed Songs – "Keep On Lovin' You" by Chris Stapleton, Trent Willmon
- 2011: ASCAP Award, Most Performed Songs – "Come Back Song" by Darius Rucker, Chris Stapleton; recorded by Darius Rucker
- 2012: ASCAP Award, Most Performed Songs – "Love's Gonna Make It Alright" by Chris Stapleton, recorded by George Strait