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CMT Listen Up Debuts New Videos and Performances with RaeLynn

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Fast-rising star and The Valory Music Co. artist RaeLynn marks the second CMT LISTEN UP artist of 2015, as CMT debuted exclusive new performances and interviews with her today at Hosted by CMT’s Samantha Stephens, RaeLynn performed five songs before a live Nashville audience, including “For a Boy,” “Your Heart,” “Kissin’ Frogs,” “Better Do It” and her GOLD-certified hit, “God Made Girls.” Starting today, fans can preview her brand new single “For a Boy” on CMT and CMT Pure, and visit and the CMT Artists App for additional performances, interviews, photos and more.

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The Cadillac Three was the first out of the gate for CMT’s 2015 LISTEN UP campaign, and the network has plans to host additional events throughout the year with artists Chase Rice, Kelsea Ballerini and Tyler Farr. CMT debuted LISTEN UP in 2011 as a way to introduce fans to emerging artists across all of the network’s platforms, including CMT, CMT Pure, CMT Artists App, radio and its millions of followers on social media. To date, more than 30 artists from across major and indie labels and unsigned artists have been featured, including recent alums Frankie Ballard, Danielle Bradbery, Sam Hunt, Thomas Rhett and Sundy Best. The franchise features artists from across major and indie labels, along with unsigned artists.

Big & Rich’s Gravity Quadrilogy to Premier on CMT on Valentine’s Day

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Just in time for the most romantic day of the year, The Gravity Quadrilogy, a special 15-minute video featuring four Big & Rich songs from their latest album, will make its world premiere on Saturday, February 14th at 6 a.m. ET/PT on CMT. The Gravity Quadrilogy will re-air on Saturday at 8 a.m. ET/PT, as well as Sunday at 6 and 8 a.m. ET/PT, and can be seen on CMT Pure, the CMT Artists app and

Created by director Trey Fanjoy, the four-song, commercial-free video depicts a blossoming love story set in Las Vegas. The songs which set the tale — all from Big & Rich’s latest release, Gravity — include “Look At You,” “Lovin’ Lately,” “Brand New Buzz” and “Gravity.” Country superstar and actor Tim McGraw makes a special guest appearance in the Quadrilogy, playing the role of a wise bartender doling out advice to a heartbroken young man.

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CMT to Premier ‘Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me” Soundtrack

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CMT will premiere the “Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me” soundtrack from the music icon’s critically-acclaimed documentary beginning today, one week in advance of the album’s official release on February 17th, at and on the CMT Artists app. The soundtrack, which will be released by Big Machine Records and executive produced by Big Machine Label Group CEO and President Scott Borchetta, includes never-before-heard songs “I’m Not Gonna Miss You (Glen Campbell and The Wrecking Crew Version),” “Remembering,” “All I Need Is You” and “The Long Walk Home,” in addition to GRAMMY®-winning and Oscar®-nominated song, “I’m Not Gonna Miss You.”

“Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me” track list:
1. “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” – Glen Campbell (Glen Campbell and The Wrecking Crew)
2. “Gentle On My Mind” – The Band Perry (Documentary Version)
3. “Remembering” – Ashley Campbell
4. “All I Need Is You” – Glen Campbell
5. “The Long Walk Home” – Glen Campbell
6. “Wichita Lineman” – Glen Campbell (Live from Ryman Auditorium)
7. “A Better Place” – Glen Campbell (Live from Ryman Auditorium)
8. “Gentle On My Mind” – The Band Perry (Single Version)
9. “Home Again” – Ashley Campbell
10. “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” – Glen Campbell (Single Version)

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As part of the network’s continued strategy to offer music everywhere, CMT will promote the album stream across its extensions including, CMT Pure, CMT Artists app, CMT HOT 20 COUNTDOWN, CMT Radio Networks and more than 13 million followers on social media. Campbell joins other artists such as Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney and Blake Shelton, who have all partnered exclusively with CMT First to deliver new music to fans.

Oscar® Nominee, GRAMMY® Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient, and Country Music Hall of Fame member Glen Campbell documented his final tour and struggle with Alzheimer’s disease for the film “Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me” which was released last year. The lead song from the documentary’s soundtrack, “I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” won a GRAMMY® for “Best Country Song” and was also nominated for “Best Song Written for Visual Media.”
Additionally, the song is nominated for an Oscar® for “Best Original Song.” Also included on the soundtrack is The Band Perry’s rendition of “Gentle on My Mind” which won a GRAMMY® for “Best Country Duo/Group Performance.” Campbell has had twenty one Top 40 hits with two hitting #1. He has six Top 20 albums including chart-topper “Wichita Lineman.” He’s won six GRAMMYS®, three GRAMMY® Hall of Fame honors, seven Academy of Country Music awards, three American Music Awards, and two Country Music Association Awards.

CMT to Air Inside Fame with Darius Rucker!

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Twenty years have passed since country singer/songwriter Darius Rucker took the pop music scene by storm as a member of the group Hootie & the Blowfish. Now, a multi-platinum CMA Award winning country star, Rucker shares the moments behind his success in both pop and country when a new episode of CMT’s bio-series INSIDE FAME: DARIUS RUCKER premieres Saturday, February 7th at 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. ET/PT. Through candid new interviews and never-before-seen footage, INSIDE FAME takes looks at the rise and rebirth of Rucker including the heart-breaking death of his mom, hitting pause on Hootie & the Blowfish and ultimately, his path to country stardom.

When Hootie & the Blowfish concluded their hugely successful run with a hiatus in 2008, Rucker jumped at the opportunity to pursue his country music dreams. Mike Dungan, who helmed Capitol Nashville at the time, couldn’t deny there was something special in Rucker, even if it didn’t seem particularly easy to reinvent the pop star as a country singer. “The tone, the quality and the uniqueness of his voice – and his phrasing – was amazingly like a country singer,” Dungan commented. The transition from pop to country worked. The Charleston, S.C., native proved he was made for country when his first release Learn To Live sold more than a million copies in 2009. Rucker has since produced six No. 1 country singles, and is working on his fourth studio country album, Southern Style, to be released on March 31, 2015.

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“I always believed since I was a kid that I was destined to do something totally special. I thought maybe Cracked Rear View was it,” Rucker commented on his career. “But then, there were times I would think… there’s something else out there for me. ‘Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It’ was the beginning of what I was supposed to do that was amazingly special.”

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