Burnin' It Down by Jason Aldean ranks #1
Dirt by Florida Georgia Line ranks #2
American Kids by Kenny Chesney ranks #3
Leave The Night On by Sam Hunt ranks #4
Roller Coaster by Luke Bryan ranks #5
Where It's At (Yep, Yep) by Dustin Lynch ranks #6
Hope You Get Lonely Tonight by Cole Swindell ranks #7
This is the advice Blake Shelton has already given to The Voice contestant Taylor Brashears:
Carrie Underwood will release her first hits compilation, Greatest Hits: Decade #1, on Dec. 9.
"It's still kind of weird, to be honest." That's how Carrie Underwood described her pregnancy during an appearance on NBC's Today.
With CMT.com offering an exclusive stream of Blake Shelton's new Bringing Back the Sunshine, this seems like typical to-do list for Blake Shelton's nighttime routine:
CMT is heading into fall with more primetime music programming premieres than ever before.
The last few years, the headliners for the annual CMT on Tour have basically been artists who were already in the process of becoming country superstars.
Did Eric Church subtly announce some baby news during his concert in Louisville, Kentucky?
"It's perfect," John Legend said of his collaboration with Lee Ann Womack for a new episode of CMT Crossroads.
Mystery Concert 2013 - Brett Eldredge Meet & Greets
Mystery Concert 2013 - Brett Eldredge
Dylan Scott visits Scott & Angie in the Morning!
KRKT & Mark Thomas Motors Team Challenge 2012
Benton County Fair 2012 with Sara Evans
Fishing Derby 2012
KRKT Photobooth - Oregon Jamboree 2012
KRKT Texaco Country Showdown Finals
Family Fun Nights
2012 Mystery Concert with Steve Holy & Jackson Michelson
2011 Team Challenge Golf Tournament presented by Wilson Motors
Kid's Fishing Derby 2011
Yvenson Bernard visits KRKT
99 Envelopes Event - Jordan Jewelers
99 Envelopes Event - Darimart
Mystery Concert 2011
Dull, derivative, and generally uninspired, No Good Deed wastes its stars' talents -- and the audience's time.
Neither entertaining enough to recommend nor remarkably awful, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles may bear the distinction of being the dullest movie ever made about talking bipedal reptiles.
Damon Wayans, Jr. and Jake Johnson have comedic chemistry; unfortunately, Let's Be Cops fails to do anything with it.
This Is Where I Leave You has its moments, but given the amount of talent assembled onscreen, the rather pedestrian results can't help but feel like a letdown.
The Equalizer is more stylishly violent than meaningful, but with Antoine Fuqua behind the cameras and Denzel Washington dispensing justice, it delivers.
With strong acting, a solid premise, and a refreshingly dark approach to its dystopian setting, The Maze Runner stands out from the crowded field of YA sci-fi adventures.