Hieronder een overzicht van livestream concerten van een aantal artiesten. Alle vermelde tijden zijn amerikaanse tijden. (Nederlandse tijd = + 7 uur)
Woensdag 24 maart:
- Kameron Marlowe, ACM Wine Down Wednesday at 6pm CT here.
- Matt Stell, Cody Alan interview at 7pm CT and “That Ain’t Me No More” video premiere at 7:15pm CT here.
- Lady A, Country Now Live at 8pm CT here.
Donderdag 25 maart:
- Trisha Yearwood, Kelsea Ballerini, Carly Pearce and host Hillary Scott, Radio.com’s Leading Ladies Live at 5pm CT here.
- Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley and Jon Pardi, For Pete’s Sake Virtual Experience at 6pm CT here.
Onderstaande concerten/interviews zijn terug te kijken:
- Dustin Lynch talked about getting his pilot’s license and meeting his girlfriend on Instagram on The Sam Alex Show here.
- Lainey Wilson joined WSIX/Nashville on Facebook Live for What’s Up Wednesday here
- Kameron Marlowe kicked off the return of ACM Wine Down Wednesday here.
- Jason Aldean revealed his favorite current artist is Morgan Wallen on Just Being Ernest, saying “To me, I think he’s one of the most talented guys that has come through this town in a long time, just from a writer’s standpoint, a singing standpoint.” Listen here.
- Parmalee recently partnered with Kendra Scott to “surprise and delight” female healthcare professionals across the country; watch a recap here.
- Dustin Lynch and Mackenzie Porter performed “Thinking ‘Bout You, “Cowboys & Angels” and “Momma’s House” on The Bobby Bones Show here. Go BTS of the “Thinking ‘Bout You” video with People here.
- Ashley McBryde detailed the worst venue she’s ever played (a strip club) on Coop’s Rockin’ Saturday Night here.
- Lindsay Ell joined Jimmie Allen on Apple Music Country’s Wildcard Radio to talk about their dream collaborations, favorite TV shows and more here.
- Good Morning America posted a sneak peek of Taylor Swift’s “You All Over Me (From The Vault)” featuring Maren Morris here.
- The Shady Ladies of Music City returned for a second season with guest Martina McBride, who discussed the ongoing fight for women to be heard at Country radio and McBride’s role in the “tomatogate” controversy here