We'll stop short of saying Lady Gaga has "gone country," but her new song "A-Yo" definitely borrows from the new Nashville sound. The latest find from her upcoming Joanne album also borrows one of country music's hottest songwriters.
Thirty of country music's biggest artists have joined together with record labels, country radio and the Country Music Association for an ambitious new song and video titled "Forever Country," in honor of the 50th annual CMA Awards.
Two months after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington D.C., Alan Jackson debuted a song that had come to him in the middle of the night weeks earlier. Sitting in front of his peers at the CMA Awards, he nervously "got through" the five-minute performance and walked off the stage relieved. He now tells Yahoo! News that he had no idea the song would resonate like it did.
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