Toby Keith first gained national recognition in 1993 with his tongue-in-cheek No. 1 hit "Should've Been a Cowboy." Along with a slew of like-minded country artists, he was a part of the neo-traditionalist movement that was intent on wresting the radio waves from the slick pop product pushers of the time. In the late-1990s he released a string of country hits that showcased his deep vocals and decidedly uptown yet tasteful arrangements. Then shortly after the turn of the century, Keith reinvented himself as a controversial crooner of sorts after recording 2002's "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)," one of the first songs to cash in on the 9-11 tragedy with its vengeful lyrics promising that America would put a "boot in the ass" of the terrorists. The song was an instant hit with red state country music fans and compelled ABC News anchor Peter Jennings to protest Keith's appearance on a network Fourth of July special. Of course tons of media hoopla followed, giving Keith the kind of priceless promotion that propelled "Courtesy" into legendary crossover hit status. Since then, Keith has continued to crank out the kind of roadhouse honky-tonk country songs that ... See More
Toby Keith Concert Films
Runtime: 57 minCountry music superstar, Toby Keith, plays live at Soundstage in this electrifying performance taped in front of some of his biggest fans. Keith performs a variety of popular hits spanning his storied career, as well as selections from his latest soon-to-be released album, 35 MPH Town.
35 MPH Town debuted on the Billboard 200 at No. 14 and Top Country Albums at No. 2, with 19,000 copies sold in its first week.
Nash Lights Live
Runtime: 20 minShawn Parr brings the Party when Nash Nights Live hits the airwaves coast-to-coast; follow the iconic tune taste-maker as he and his co-host Elaina hang with the brightest stars in Music City.
Real Live Performances
Runtime: 13 minIf the heart of Country Music is the song, the soul is the concert. Nash TV puts you in the front row for the best live performances around; from small town throw-downs to big city spectaculars, we’ve got you covered!
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Zac Brown Band
Runtime: 1 hr 56 min"Not only is this a stellar recording of a nearly flawless performance, but it's also peppered with star-studded cameos and a few cover songs of the household-favorite variety. More importantly, it reveals Zac Brown and his band in their most comfortable and confident element — the live setting. Nothing against Brown's recorded material, but after hearing this October 30, 2009 concert from Atlanta, there's really no argument that Brown and band prefer the stage to the studio. The fawning ""Whatever It Is"" opens the set with rootsy instruments twanging and grinding under Brown's good ol' boy drawl, but you can almost hear the high-fives in the crowd following an excellent cover of the Band's ""The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down."" They do similar justice to a barn-burning rendition of ""The Devil Went Down To Georgia."" Kid Rock lends his graveled growl on a Zippo-hoisting version of Marshall Tucker Band's ""Can't You See"" and it's great to hear Shawn Mullins pipe in on the Jimmy Buffett-esque ""Toes,"" though it's Little Big Town's lush harmonic panorama on the heartwarming ""Colder Weather"" that shines brightest here."
All Access & Uncovered: The Making Of Changed And Beyond
Runtime: 1 hr 11 minAll Access and Uncovered: The Making of Changed and Beyond gives a look behind-the-scenes with the award winning, chart-topping Country band Rascal Flatts. Featuring live performances, intimate interviews and home video footage, The Making of Changed and Beyond takes Rascal Flatts fans on a journey as the guys work to complete their acclaimed album Changed. All Access and Uncovered: The Making of Changed and Beyond gives rare insight into the creative process of one of Country music's biggest bands, and is a must-see for Rascal Flatts fans and music fans alike.
Love, Pain and the Whole Crazy World Tour: Live
Runtime: 1 hr 59 minThis live film includes Keith performing 18 full songs in concert from his Love, Pain And The Whole Crazy World tour including favorites such as "Once In a Lifetime", "Stupid Boy" and the concert smash "You Look Good In My Shirt ." Features exclusive outtakes, in-studio footage of Keith re-recording his recent USA #1 hit "You Look Good In My Shirt,"
Runtime: 58 minOn October 21st, 2012, Garth Brooks was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. It was recognition of an amazing career that has spanned over 25 years. His first album was released in 1989 and peaked at number 2 on the US country album chart, and since that debut release, Garth Brooks has gone to become possibly the most successful Country Music Singer of all time. Brooks broke records for both sales and concert attendance throughout the 1990's, and his integration of rock elements into his recordings and live performances earned him immense popularity. He's the winner of two Grammy Awards, seventeen American Music Awards, and was awarded as the best selling solo albums artists of the Century in the United States. He is the king of country, and he's sold the records to prove it. Follow the incredible story of Garth Brooks.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 45 minThis episode of Soundstage features Trace Adkins, a performer with exceptional range, depth and power. This 6'6'' "macho man" of country music performs songs such as "I'm Tryin'," "Chrome," and his recent single "(This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing."
Runtime: 48 minPrecious Memories is the thirteenth studio album, and the first gospel album by American country music artist Alan Jackson. It was released on February 28, 2006 on the Arista Nashville label. Unlike his previous albums, this is a side project composed of traditional gospel songs. Although no singles were released from it, Precious Memories earned a Platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 52 minIn a record-shattering career, Tim McGraw has sold over 40 million albums, dominated the charts with 30 Number One singles and received three Grammys, among other countless awards. The 2009 release of his tenth studio album, Southern Voice, represents a new level of depth and intensity for the seasoned country artist, showcased on this episode of Soundstage. With a commanding stage presence, McGraw croons out his reflective and haunting new songs “If I Died Today” and “I’m Only Jesus.” Other show highlights include “Live Like You Were Dying,” “Good Girls” and “Still.”
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 54 minThere’s a reason Kenny Chesney received four consecutive ACM Entertainer of the Year awards. Backed by a flawless band and horn section, Chesney presents contemporary country at its finest on this episode of Soundstage. Encouraging the audience to leave their problems at the door, Kenny proceeds to blow the roof off with party anthem opener “Beer in Mexico.”
Chesney’s musical stylings are diverse during this set, ranging from beachy, tropical homages like “Summertime” to reflective, soft crooners like “Better As A Memory” and “Back Where I Come From.” Bounding back and forth across the stage, his unabashed energy translates perfectly into friendly heartland ballads and sincere, feel-good sing alongs like “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems,” and “Young.” Truly a spectacular night, Chesney also performs “How Forever Feels” in this intimate studio setting, putting you in a good mood for days.
Dierks Bentley: Riser
Runtime: 43 minThe film documents the ups and downs following the death of his father through the birth of his first son – the story that inspired his No. one selling seventh studio album Riser that spawned mass critical acclaim. Most recently, Billboard noted “From the birth of his son to the death of his father, Dierks Bentley has been through a lot lately, and his introspective new LP is proof. He sounds gritty and time-tested…questions life’s meaning with some of the strongest lyrics he’s ever recorded.”
Americas Morning Show: Luke Bryan
Runtime: 47 minJoin Blair Garner, Chuck Wicks, and Terri Clark as the biggest names in Country Music stop by America’s Morning Show. Watch interviews and live performances exclusively on Nash TV!
America’s Morning Show
Runtime: 17 minJoin Blair Garner, Chuck Wicks, and Terri Clark as the biggest names in Country Music stop by America’s Morning Show. Watch interviews and live performances exclusively on Nash TV!
Runtime: 59 minFilmed in front of a small studio audience in Nashville, CMT Invitation Only: Blake Shelton features Blake performing some of his biggest hits along with fan favorites. The exclusive performance also features an informal question and answer session with fans.
Live And Kickin'
Runtime: 1 hr 30 minThis performance filmed live at the historic Tivoli Theater in downtown Chattanooga in 2002 features many of Travis' all-time greatest hits including 8 Top 10 singles, plus powerful acoustic performances of several of his biggest hits.