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Hang Out With Trisha Yearwood, Sara Evans, Brad Paisley and Martina McBride This Mother’s Day

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My Country Nation (MyCN) announced that the channel will pay tribute to moms with a Mother’s Day special featuring country music superstars Trisha Yearwood, Brad Paisley, Martina McBride and Sara Evans, comedian Tom Mabe and the moms to stars Luke Bryan, Jerrod Niemann and Jana Kramer. The special will include moms giving children their best advice for life and will premeire this month on MyCountryNation.com.

Thom Oliphant, Co-Founder and Executive Producer, My Country Nation, said, “Our promise to fans is to deliver entertaining programming with a unique perspective and with the caliber of talent featured this month, we do just that.”

Also this May, Megan and Liz will head to Arkansas to cover the first ever Bentonville Film Festival for a special episode of “This Week In The Nation,” airing Wednesday, May 6. All week long, the girls will document their entire week at the festival with daily posts across MyCN socials along with a 4-part video journal series. The girls will share highlights from their performance at a special My Country Nation-Sound of Music Concert, a softball game reunion and screening of A League Of Their Own with Geena Davis and Rosie O’Donnell, the festival’s Awards ceremony, a very special screening of Pitch Perfect 2, and so much more!

Megan and Liz said, “My Country Nation and its fans are with us in all our journeys and we are excited for them to come with us on the road as we get a glimpse into the Bentonville Film Festival and its stars.”

YouTube stars The Nive Nulls will also continue their DIY projects on “Starter House.” Fans have seen The Nulls upgrade their first house with each episode tackling a different home project everyone can identify with, both inside and outside the house. The Nulls are real people, making real mistakes, learning skills they never knew they had, and completing projects all while having fun with their family.

These series join the lineup of MyCountryNation.com original series including KAROKE KAB, SUPERFAN NATION, YOUNG IN THE NATION, THIS WEEK IN THE NATION, BLOODLINE BARONS, CAMPING WITH KIDS, SIMPLY SARA and more.

To join The Nation or to find out more information, visit MyCountryNation.com.

Blake Shelton Gives Luke Bryan a Glowing Reference to Take Over His Job

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If Blake Shelton ever takes a break from “The Voice,” he thinks Luke Bryan would be an excellent replacement. He’s just not sure that Luke is as lazy as he is.

Blake tells the Associated Press a musician has to give up touring to do the show, and after 15 years of being on the road, he was ready to sit in one spot for months at a time. Blake keeps in touch with most of the people who have been on his team, so much that he feels like he’s adopting half of them. Blake says he can’t be in the trenches with the contestants and just set them loose when the show ends.

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC.

Luke Bryan Says ACMs Were Running Long When He Won Entertainer of the Year

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If it seemed that Luke Bryan didn’t get his full moment in the spotlight after winning Entertainer of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, you’re right on target.

Luke says even though he had just won the big award, he was given only 18 seconds to make his speech. He says Blake Shelton rushing the stage to celebrate with him was Blake’s way of cutting his speech short, because the show was already running long.

Luke says he wouldn’t have wanted it any other way and calls Blake’s move a “perfect situation altogether.”

Get Your Tickets for the 2016 ACM Party for a Cause Festival

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The winners have been announced for the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards a star-studded ceremony broadcast LIVE last night on the CBS Television Network from AT&T Stadium, Home of the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, TX. The Awards show moved to Texas for the first time ever in celebration of its 50th Anniversary. Fans named Luke Bryan as Entertainer of the Year, the evening’s biggest honor and his second win in this category. The 50th ACM Awards broke the Guinness World Records™ title for the Highest Attendance at an Awards Show Broadcast with a total of 70,252 fans in attendance.

Next year’s ACM Party for a Cause® Festival will be bigger than ever. Extended to a three-night musical event on April 1st-3rd, the festival will take place in the heart of Las Vegas at the MGM Resorts Festival Grounds and feature two-time ACM Entertainer of the Year Carrie Underwood, two-time  ACM award winner Dierks Bentley, and four-time ACM Entertainer of the Year Kenny Chesney. For more information go to ACMPartyforaCause.com. Tickets go on sale on April 27th on Ticketmaster.com.

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