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Country Music Stars Pay Tribute to Las Vegas with CMA Awards Opening (Video)

Some of the best stars from the country music world came together to open the show with a tribute to Las Vegas at the 2017 CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday (November 8) in Nashville, Tenn.

Eric Church kicked off the performance with an a capella rendition of “Amazing Grace” and he was then joined by Darius Rucker and Keith Urban for the Hootie and the Blowfish song “Hold My Hand.”

The rest of the country music community – including Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Thomas Rhett, Lady Antebellum, Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, Kelsea Ballerini – joined in on the song.

“The best way to honor our fans is to play our music, loud and proud,” co-host Brad Paisley told the crowd after the performance. “This year’s show is dedicated to all those we’ve lost, and all those who are still healing.”

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Garth Brooks Suits Up for CMA Awards 2017 Red Carpet Arrival

Garth Brooks has arrived at the 2017 CMA Awards!

The 55-year-old country star hit the red carpet for the big night held at the Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday (November 8) in Nashville, Tenn.

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He looked sharp in his black suit, cowboy hat, and boots.

Garth is nominated for Entertainer of the Year tonight, which he won last year and multiple years before that.

Garth will also take the stage for a performance tonight.

Keep following for live coverage from the event!

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Garth Brooks Books Free SXSW Concert, Tickets Are All Gone!

Fans of Garth Brooks who live in Austin, Texas are in for a treat as he is going to be performing a free concert at the 2017 SXSW Festival this weekend.

Tickets for the concert are already completely sold out, so hopefully you already got a ticket if you are hoping to attend!

During a keynote speech on Friday (March 17), Garth mentioned that he might do a surprise show this evening as well.

“I’m not really sure what all is going on,” he said (via USA Today). “I know I ate breakfast this morning so I’m ready to go however late we go.”

Garth Brooks Won't Play Inauguration Due to His Tour Schedule

Garth Brooks is speaking out to clarify why he won’t be performing at Donald Trump‘s presidential inauguration this week and it sounds like his absence is not due to any political reasons.

The 54-year-old country singer told fans in a Facebook Live broadcast that he can’t perform as he will be on tour in Cincinnati.

Garth explained that his friend Steve Wynn, who is organizing the entertainment portion of the inauguration, asked him to perform and he decided to wait and see if he would need to fill up his tour schedule with more shows due to demand. The demand was high, so he had to book more shows.

“We left it up to karma. If Cincinnati goes two weekends instead of one, then of course we are out. Sure enough, Cincinnati did five shows, two weekends and backed us up into there, so we got knocked out of it,” Garth said.

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Garth Brooks In Talks to Perform at Trump's Inauguration

Garth Brooks is one of the performers in talks to perform at Donald Trump‘s Presidential Inauguration this January.

The 54-year-old country music star also performed at President Obama‘s inauguration back in 2009 along with huge stars like Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen, U2, and Stevie Wonder.

Garth‘s publicist confirmed to Reuters that he is in talks for the gig.

Garth has performed for the five living presidents,” the rep said. “While rumor has it that he has been asked to perform for President-elect Trump, he has not been able to commit yet.”

Earlier this month, Garth was asked by TMZ if he would perform at the inauguration if asked. You can watch the video below for his response.