GMA: CMA Music Festival with Miranda Lambert & Carrie Underwood

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Good Morning America: CMA Music Festival

Good Morning America goes behind the scene of the CMA Music Festival to catch up with the biggest names in country music.

The CMA Music Festival, which took place earlier this summer, will have all the highlights from the festival on ABC September 17 2012 at 8 p.m./7c. Every huge Country star was in the building for the festival, from up and comers like Luke Bryan and Brantley Gilbert to classic country stars like Faith Hill and Brad Paisley. The festival saw a lot of great performances from a lot of awesome acts like the Zac Brown Band and Carrie Underwood, along with countless other acts. And they also played some Nashville’s most prestigious venues, including the famous Grand Ole Opry.

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Good Morning America: Carrie Underwood CMA Music Festival

Every musician at the festival agreed they were doing the festival for one reason: the fans. Carrie Underwood said it is easy for the fans to relate to the music because country music is all about the normal people and singing songs about real life situations.

Miranda Lambert said it was all about performing for the fans. And Brad Paisley said if it weren’t for the fans, he wouldn’t be here at all. Paisley said he felt like he was giving back to the fans.

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Blake Shelton started singing Christmas songs while being interviewed and he might be thinking about doing a Christmas album this year. I am not sure if he as joking or not, but I think I might like a nice country Christmas album. What do you think? Yay or nay on a country Christmas album from Blake Shelton? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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