TV Recap: Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Kacey Musgraves
February 10, 2014 at 11:59 AM (PT)
EMI NASHVILLE’s ERIC CHURCH appeared on "CBS THIS MORNING" YESTERDAY (2/9) where he gave a revealing look into his career and private life. During the seven-minute piece, CHURCH takes CBS on a tour of his hometown where he shot hoops in his high school gymnasium, gave a tour of his writing retreat in the mountains, and stopped by the bar where he first played music.
He discussed his career success thus far- including his trademark hat-and-sunglass "uniform," and life with his wife and son, here:
ERIC will appear on ABC-TV’s "JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!" TONIGHT (2/10), beginning at 10:35p (CT). His new album, "The Outsiders" will be available in stores and online TOMORROW (2/11).
YESTERDAY (2/9) marked the 50th anniversary of THE BEATLES’ first performance in the U.S. CBS-TV aired the special "THE BEATLES: THE NIGHT THAT CHANGED AMERICA- A GRAMMY SALUTE" with star-studded performances and reflections from artists across all genres of music. Country artists that participated in the tribute included LADY ANTEBELLUM here:
KEITH URBAN teamed up with JOHN MAYER to perform "Don’t Let Me Down" on "THE BEATLES: THE NIGHT THAT CHANGED AMERICA- A GRAMMY SALUTE." He spoke to ACCESS HOLLYWOOD about how the performance came to fruition here.
MERCURY NASHVILLE’s KACEY MUSGRAVES played PBS-TV’s AUSTIN CITY LIMITS on SATURDAY (2/8). Originally from TEXAS, she described the opportunity as a "bucket list item." KACEY also talked about the type of songs she sang (and yodeled) as a child, what type of student she was in school, the message of "Follow Your Arrow," and more. Check out KACEY’s interview here:
And MUSGRAVES' performing "Stupid" here: