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2007 CMT Music Awards – GROUP VIDEO OF THE YEAR?

Question by Bald E: 2007 CMT Music Awards – GROUP VIDEO OF THE YEAR?
Dixie Chicks – “Not Ready to Make Nice”
Little Big Town – “Good as Gone”
Rascal Flatts – “Life is A Highway”
Rascal Flatts – “What Hurts the Most”

Best answer:

Answer by ♪♥Prayin’ 4 Jaylight♥♪
RASCAL FLATTS!!!!!!!!!!!!! I think they’ll win with What Hurts The Most.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

John Fogerty, Auditorium – Roma

John Fogerty, Auditorium – Roma


Image by zioWoody
25/07/2009 – John Fogerty al Parco della musica, Roma

Lynn Anderson Video, Ed Bruce & Lynn Anderson – Fools For Each Other


Ed Bruce & Lynn Anderson – Fools For Each Other
Feat. 2 legends performing together on one stage at the Church Street Station in Orlando circa 1984. – This DVD features two legends performing together on one stage at the Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida circa 1984. Like so many other artists, singer Ed Bruce got his start as a rockabilly act for Memphis’ famed Sun Records before hitting the Top 10 with his monster hit “Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys” and number 1 smash “You’re the Best Break This Heart Ever Had.” For Lynn Anderson, the combination of stunning looks, a powerful major label (Columbia) and the catchy Joe South song “Rose Garden” catapulted her to stardom in 1971. This is a stunning and rare combined performance of two of country’s most beloved stars.

Video Rating: 5 / 5

Jamie Campbell and the Redneck Romeos talk rise in country music scene – Beloit Daily News

Jamie Campbell and the Redneck Romeos talk rise in country music scene
Beloit Daily News
Like the illustrious Donny and Marie Osmond tune, Jamie Campbell & the Redneck Romeos is a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n roll. Founded in October 2011, the band, comprised of local talent Jamie Campbell, Mike Armato, Chris Puckett, Mike

Country Music – Google News

Over 600 detained at Country Music Fest – Providence Eyewitness News

Over 600 detained at Country Music Fest
Providence Eyewitness News
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (WPRI) – Last weekend's Country Music Festival at Gillette Stadium left police officers very busy. According to the Sun Chronicle , both Foxborough and Massachusetts State Police took a total of 617 people into custody during the
Country fest traffic paralyzes WalpoleBoston.com

Walpole PD: Gillette lots must open earlier to accommodate Country Fest trafficWicked Local
Drunker, younger and more femaleAttleboro Sun Chronicle
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Country Music – Google News