Carrie Underwood is back on stage at the CMT Music Awards following a (maternity) leave from the spotlight, looking beautiful and grabbing awards after the birth of her son Isaiah. Underwood snagged an early win for Collaborative Video, followed later by Female Video for the Year.
She's one of the most successful country singers of her generation and one of the genre's most polished performers, but 10 years ago today (June 10, 2005), Carrie Underwood was just a shy kid who was about to debut on the Grand Ole Opry.
Randy Rogers' newborn daughter has passed away, a representative for the band confirms to Taste of Country. Rumer Rain Rogers was born to the singer and wife Chelsea on June 3, 2015 and died on June 9.
Miranda Lambert played her own set at Soldier Field in Chicago over the weekend, and then returned to the stage to join headliner Kenny Chesney on his hit "You and Tequila." Lambert sings Grace Potter's part on the ballad — fans were enthusiastic to say the least. Video shows that the "Little Red Wagon" singer kind of nailed it.
While in Chicago for a June 6 gig on Kenny Chesney's The Big Revival tour, Miranda Lambert's band apparently decided to book a surprise show of their own — and of course, the "Roots and Wings" singer couldn't miss out on the fun.
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