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  1. 20. Sept. 2016 · 415K. 70M views 7 years ago. 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...

  2. Vor 3 Tagen · "Forever Country" Artists of Then, Now & Forever 1: 21 — — — — — 2019 "Welcome to Hazeville" Brantley Gilbert and Lukas Nelson — — — — — — 2021 "Sad Songs and Waltzes" Cody Johnson — — — — — — Human: The Double Album: 2022 "Beyond the Stars" Tami Neilson — — — — — — Kingmaker: 2024

  3. Vor 4 Tagen · "Forever Country" (Artists of Then, Now & Forever) Joseph Kahn "The Fighter" (with Carrie Underwood) 2017 John Urbano "Coming Home" (with Julia Michaels) 2018 Andy Hines "Never Comin Down" Carter Smith "We Were" 2019 "I'll Be Your Santa Tonight" Chris Hicky "God Whispered Your Name" 2020 Jennifer Massaux "Polaroid" Dano Cerny

  4. Vor 3 Tagen · "Forever Country" Artists of Then, Now & Forever: Bill Danoff Taffy Nivert John Denver Willie Nelson Dolly Parton Non-album single 2016 "Forever Home" Dolly Parton Dolly Parton Sha-Kon-O-Hey! Land of Blue Smoke: 2009 "Forever Love" Dolly Parton Dolly Parton Pure & Simple: 2016 "Forty Miles from Poplar Bluff" Porter Wagoner and Dolly ...

  5. 30. Apr. 2024 · 1. Husbands and Wives. Brooks & Dunn. 03:10. 2. Boot Scootin' Boogie - with Midland. Brooks & Dunn, Midland. 03:23. 3. Ain't Nothing 'Bout You - with Brett Young. Brooks & Dunn, Brett Young. 04:01. 4. My Maria. Brooks & Dunn. 03:28. 5. You're My Angel. Brooks & Dunn. 03:12. 6. Play Something Country. Brooks & Dunn. 03:15. 7.

  6. 9. Mai 2024 · #1 Forevers as Far as I’ll Go, 1990 #1 Down Home, 1991 #1 I’m in a Hurry (And Don’t Know Why), 1992 #1 Reckless, 1993 #1 Old Alabama (Brad Paisley featuring Alabama), 2011 #1 Forever Country (as artists of Then, Now & Forever), 2016 #2 Here We Are, 1991 #2 Born Country, 1991 #2 Take a Little Trip, 1992 #2 She Ain’t Your ...

  7. 30. Apr. 2024 · 24 April - 21 April 2025. Centred on Indigenous art from Brazil, the exhibition traces how public perception of this art has changed. Its makers have been considered rather as mere bearers of their respective communities and traditions, void of any kind of individuality – hence, unlike the MAI, which names almost all artists and to whom it also fosters ongoing relations, the WMW only rarely ...