Alison Krauss And Robert Plant Plan Return To “CMT Crossroads”: With the 20th anniversary of CMT’s “Crossroads,” the network has a treat for fans. “CMT Crossroads: Robert Plant & Alison Krauss” premieres on Tuesday, November 29th at 8 p.m. Central Time. The duo first appeared on the show in 2008 following the release of their six-time Grammy winning album “Raising Sand,” and they’re back during their world tour supporting their latest album, “Raise The Roof.” If you miss the first broadcast, CMT has scheduled encores for 9:30 p.m. the same night, and then at 10 a.m. on Sunday, December 4th.
Eric Church Given North Carolina Award For Fine Arts: Eric Church was among a group of six North Carolinians who were recently given the North Carolina Award by Governor Roy Cooper. The award is the state’s highest honor, recognizing lifetime achievements in fine arts. The awards were first given in 1964, and more than 250 natives of the state have received the honor since then.
New Music From Dierks Bentley And More: It’s a big week for new music releases. Dierks Bentley with Billy Strings is releasing “High Note,” which is from his upcoming 10th album. Brian Kelley is releasing “Florida Strong,” with proceeds going to the American Red Cross and the Florida Disaster Fund, Ashley Cooke is releasing “Running Back,” and Nate Smith has a preview to his self-titled debut album hitting this week, “Wreckage.”