Set your dials and mark your calendars because CMT closes out its summer of electrifying music with the announcement of an all-new “Crossroads” mashup featuring multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning pop superstar Meghan Trainor and platinum selling singer/songwriter Brett Eldredge premiering Monday, September 3 at 10 PM ET/PT. “Brett and I have known each other for a few years now and I am such a fan of not only Brett’s music, but him as a person,” said Trainor. “We first worked together on the song ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ for his Christmas album, so I was thrilled to collaborate with him again on ‘CMT Crossroads.’ He’s a superstar and I was star struck during the whole performance!’’ “I just love Meghan’s sound – she’s got a funky, swaggy thing to her music that no one else is doing,” said Eldredge. “She’s one-of-a-kind and I’m excited to perform with her again, this time on ‘Crossroads.’ We’re going to make everybody feel alive. We’re going to make them feel it in their hearts and their souls. We’re going to bring big vocals and magic moments.” Taped earlier this year, the one-hour show features popular hits including Trainor’s “All About That Bass,” “No Excuses” and current single “Let You Be Right,” from her upcoming album, Treat Myself. The two friends also collaborate on Eldredge’s “Drunk on Your Love,” “Wanna Be That Song,” “Haven’t Met You” and the classic Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton duet, “Islands in the Stream.” The news comes on the heels of impressive ratings growth for CMT which is on track to have its highest rated year since 2014. In F3Q’18, CMT was one of just 10 channels in the Top 50 to show YOY growth in P18-49. CMT has notched 6 consecutive quarters of YOY growth among P18-49, which is the longest active streak in all of television. Grammy-Award winning singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Meghan Trainor emerged with her 2014 breakout single “All About That Bass” and disrupted contemporary music with nostalgic pop beats and powerhouse vocals that delivered a worldwide anthem for female empowerment. Trainor cemented her rising status as one of the most prominent artists in popular music by charting seven multi-platinum singles, releasing two platinum albums, selling out three headline tours, writing multi-platinum hits for top pop and country artists, and receiving countless industry awards and nominations worldwide. She is one of only five female artists to receive a diamond certification for her hit single “All About That Bass” which shares the RIAA Gold & Platinum Awards top honor with only 15 other singles in history. After wrapping up her first season as a panelist on FOX’s hit series THE FOUR: Battle for Stardom, Trainor released her first single “No Excuses” from her highly-anticipated third-studio album, Treat Myself. She followed that up with the irresistible summer smash “Let You Be Right” and returned to television on the second season of THE FOUR. Platinum selling singer/songwriter Brett Eldredge recently released his brand new single “Love Someone” from his self-titled Continue reading
ATLANTIC/WMN’s BRETT ELDREDGE and Pop artist KELLY CLARKSON are featured in CRACKER BARREL OLD COUNTRY STORE’s series, “Rocking And Stockings,” which includes performances of new hits and holiday classics. CLARKSON’s episode premiered today (11/13) on CRACKER BARREL’s YOUTUBE channel, while ELDREDGE’s performances of CHRISTMAS classics “Have Yourself A Merry Little CHRISTMAS” and “First Noel” from his 2016 holiday album, “Glow,” release next MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17th. “CHRISTMAS is far and away my favorite holiday, and recording the music for ‘Glow’ was a dream come true,” said ELDREDGE. “I’ve been inspired for this record from a very young age, and I dreamt of the day I could record all these classic songs that I’ve loved since I was a little kid. I think we found a little magic on this album, and CHRISTMAS is all about magic!”
Country music sensation Brett Eldredge took to Vevo to launch his brand new music video this morning. The video for ‘Somethin’ I’m Good At’ brings Brett Eldredge‘s quirkiness to life and marks a country music directorial debut for Ethan Lader who is better known for his work with artists like Bruno Mars, Wiz Kalifa, Mary J. Blige, and Mariah Carey. Together, Eldredge and Lader, created a fun video that has a dapperly dressed Eldredge strolling through his neighborhood unknowingly setting off a chain of events that results in chaos for those around him. Throughout the course of the video, Eldredge comes to the realization that while he may be a little clumsy and not all the way together, there is at least one thing he excels at – making his girl smile.
Holiday Concert Special Airs Friday, November 25, at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on DIRECTV and U-verse (DIRECTV Ch 239/U-verse Ch 1114) Watch a “First Look” from the Concert as Brett Eldredge Performs “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” on PEOPLE.COM (HERE) Watch the trailer for “Glow: An Evening with Brett Eldredge,” airing Friday, November 25, at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on AUDIENCE Network, DIRECTV Ch 239/U-verse Ch 1114 (here). Tune in to the AUDIENCE Network holiday concert special “Glow: An Evening with Brett Eldredge,” premiering Friday, November 25, at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT via DIRECTV Ch 239/U-verse Ch 1114. Ring in the season as the CMA Award-winning and platinum-selling country singer performs his brand new album Glow in its entirety alongside a big band at Bally’s Live in Las Vegas. For this exclusive holiday concert, Eldredge will perform standards like “White Christmas,” “Baby It’s Cold Outside” and more (see track listing below). Glow marks the third studio album and first Christmas album from Eldredge and is available now via Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville (here). “Bringing a Christmas record like this to Vegas is something I’ve been waiting to do my whole life,” said Brett Eldredge.“These songs were meant to be sung in a place like this, a place where Dean Martin himself performed. As a kid, I started out singing jazz music. I wanted to be Frank Sinatra! When I was 14 years old, I was singing like I was 50.” For a preview of the AUDIENCE Network concert special “Glow: An Evening with Brett Eldredge,” watch an exclusive “First Look” as he performs the holiday favorite “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” on PEOPLE.COM (here). http://people.com/country/brett-eldredge-christmas-special-let-it-snow-sneak-peek/ AUDIENCE Network‘s new music slate continues to deliver groundbreaking concerts, unique stories and exclusive performances across all genres, plus select programming in ultra high-definition/4K*, to audiences nationwide since multiple series began airing this past January. Recent concert specials include: CeeLo Green, Hank Williams Jr., Cheap Trick, Peter Frampton, Flo Rida, Martina McBride, Lukas Graham, Kelsea Ballerini, Fall Out Boy and Panic! at the Disco, 2 Chainz, Keith Urban, The Lumineers, Cole Swindell, Cypress Hill, Dan + Shay, Josh Kelley, Andra Day, JR JR, YOUNG THE GIANT, Melissa Etheridge, Mac Miller, Good Charlotte and others. New shows premiere via national broadcast Friday at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on DIRECTV Ch 239/U-verse Ch 1114, as well as streaming on directv.com, uverse.com and on smartphones and tablets, via the DIRECTV and U-verse apps.** AUDIENCE Network‘s multiple series of original and exclusive performances give music fans an intimate view of music’s most influential artists today. The network collaborates directly with musicians to create a unique show from their perspective. Platinum-selling recording artist Brett Eldredge is setting the season to Glow with the release of his first-ever holiday album, available now. The powerhouse vocalist recorded the 11-track collection in the legendary Avatar Studios in New York with producers Rob Mounsey (Elton John, James Taylor, Idina Menzel, Michael Bublé) and Jay Newland (Etta James, Paul Simon, Stevie Continue reading
Cubs’ superfan Brett Eldredge missed the 2016 CMAs to watch history as the Cubs won the World Series for the first time in 108 years. After participating in the victory parade, he sang “Go Cubs Go” with the players and some of the 5 million fans who came out to celebrate the champs last Friday. Tuesday night, he was back at work in Nashville to perform songs from his first holiday album, “Glow,” for the CMA Country Christmas special (airs 11/28 on ABC). You can also catch him live at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (11/24 on NBC). Eldredge released “Glow” on October 28th to much acclaim. Recorded in the style of his musical hero Frank Sinatra, the album features the original title track along with classic holiday songs including a duet with Meghan Trainor on “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” If you’re shopping for the music fan on your gift list, “Glow” is this perfect present choice this holiday season.
People Exclusive: Brett Eldredge Premieres ‘Drunk on Your Love’ Video – and Jokes Arresting His Brother Was His Favorite Part (NEW YORK) – After restraining himself in a straitjacket for his previous video, Brett Eldredge was looking for a little more freedom when it came time to shoot the clip for his next single. “I had that crazy idea for ‘Lose My Mind,’ not realizing I painted myself into the corner of having to actually wear the straitjacket for the whole shoot,” the singer-songwriter tells PEOPLE with a laugh. “I wanted to do something different for ‘Drunk on Your Love’ – it’s a lighthearted, fun, feel good song and I wanted the video to reflect that.” Directed by Joel Robertson and shot in Charleston, South Carolina, the clip takes its inspiration from the 1996 film Multiplicity, in which Michael Keaton’s character is cloned until the duplications eventually overwhelm him. “We came up with the idea of multiple versions of me competing against myself for the attention of this beautiful, sweet, girl,” Eldredge, 29, explains. Playing a florist, a cop, a chef, a musician and a taxi driver, the shoot required “a lot of different locations and wardrobe changes.” So which setup was his favorite? The one that featured a cameo from his older brother, Brice. “I loved being the cop and arresting my brother. They told Brice, ‘Act like you’re resisting’ so I got to rough him up a little bit too and give him some jabs back,” he jokes. &q uot;I had to cuff him – I tried to act like I was legitimately arresting somebody, but I could not figure out the handcuffs to save my life. We were all laughing – that was my favorite, being Officer Brett for a minute.” While staging scenes for the video the day prior to the shoot, Eldredge took his florist persona to heart. “I started walking down the street in Charleston and thought, ‘I’m going to see how many people will take a flower if I pass them out.’ We had a ca mera crew with us and they caught up and followed me. I would say 95 percent of people loved getting a flower, whether they knew me or not,” he tells PEOPLE. “It was just crazy to see the reactions on people’s faces – a little thing to make their day better or make them smile. I’m trying to figure out ways to spread the love a bit more this year.” Not everyone was impressed, though. “One girl was on her cellphone and didn’t have time to take a flower. Maybe one day I’ll find her again,” jokes Eldredge. When he’s not busying himself with bouquets, the musician is preparing to hit the road again in support of his sophomore album, Illinois. A European leg this spring will be followed by another summer tour with Keith Urban, and Eldredge is looking forward to both. “I’ve never been to Europe – it’s all brand-new to me. I always hoped Continue reading