Forever Country: Artists of Then, Now, and Forever | CMA

Forever Country: Artists of Then, Now, and Forever | CMA

In celebration of “The 50th Annual CMA Awards,” CMA has created the biggest music video in Country Music history. Titled “Forever Country,” the single and accompanying music video features 30 CMA Award-winning acts. This single was produced by CMA Board member and CMA Award winner Shane McAnally and the video was directed by Grammy Award-winning director Joseph Kahn.

“The 50th Annual CMA Awards” will be hosted by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood and broadcast live from Nashville, Wednesday, Nov. 2 (8:00-11:00 PM/ET) on the ABC Television Network.

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Forever Country – The Artists of Then, Now, and Forever | CMA

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20 Responses

  1. BamaDan197319 says:

    Cool video. But, I didn’t see Kenny Rogers, Toby Keith or Hank Williams Jr.
    I’m sure there’s more but off the top of my head that’s all I can think of.

  2. melissa marks says:

    This absolutely amazing!!! Done so beautifully!!!

  3. Brian Smith says:

    Hate to see Chris Stapleton not included. Overall a great video though.

  4. Jonathan Jessup says:

    Did anyone get emotional watching this? I did! A buddy of mine said he
    about wrecked his truck when he heard it on the radio! Lol. This is

  5. Alanna Sutherland says:

    Makes me so homesick for when I was little and my dad was still alive. :(

  6. AnonUser says:

    Dolly, Alan, Willie, King George, Alabama, Brooks & Dunn, and Randy Travis
    are the only good singers in this video.

  7. TurkFPV says:

    Great compilation of artists, but some of the greats were obviously missing
    and included others who who have no business being there. They sing honest
    to God country music but include pop musicians. Nashville was once an
    amazing music scene but has consistently gone down the tubes promoting
    anything but country music. There’s a reason why I don’t listen to country
    music on the radio anymore, because its all trash.

  8. CHERYL G says:

    Love,love,love it!!

  9. pete5047 says:

    I am proud of My Miss Dolly, she deserves so much more recognition than
    what she gets. She is the Queen of Country Music bravo CMA bravo

  10. CINDY BIVENS says:

    Simply Extraordinary.. Love it Brought Tears to my eyes.Thank You Country
    Musics Stars.!I’ve you All

  11. Haarvorming Michael Schobben says:

    Carrie Underwood The Queen <3

  12. Trevor Ward says:

    Y’all know how to bring a tear…

  13. Northern Bohemian Realist says:

    I am proud to say that I knew only four of these “singers.”
    What disgusting sounds.

  14. Khaled Layadi says:

    Republican Conservatives approve this message :P

  15. Sue Cook says:

    Too bad Taylor went pop.

  16. Nyoka Smith says:

    I was happy to see that Randy Travis was given a small part in this video
    although he couldn’t contribute in song….

  17. Joe Human says:

    Country Music: Rap Music For People Who Don’t Like Black People.
    j/k have fun with your beer can, pick up truck anthems.
    *all kidding aside, Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton are f*cking legends*

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  19. ScottysLadyForever2015 says:

    Scotty McCreery should have been part of this.

  20. joanne mccoy says:

    Great video.i grew up on country and in a country bumpkin.