YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of Trace Adkins With Kenny Aronoff And The Foothill High School Drumline: “Little Drummer Boy” (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, Trace Adkins performed “Little Drummer Boy.” Joining him were rock drummer Kenny Aronoff and the Foothill High School Drumline. In addition to many solo artists, such as Elton John and Bob Seger, Aronoff has also played drums with Lynyrd Skynyrd and The BoDeans.

This was the last performance of the night. It is from Trace’s Christmas album. The drum work was solid on this performance.

YouTube Video For Trace Adkins’s “Little Drummer Boy” (Featuring Kenny Aronoff And Foothill High School Drumline) At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (posted if and when available)

I can’t find any video of this, and the stupid ACA doesn’t even have a YouTube channel. But here is a different performance with Trace singing “Little Drummer Boy.”

YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of Florida Georgia Line: “Stay” (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, Florida Georgia Line performed “Stay.” This is the duo’s latest single. It has already hit #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. According to Wikipedia, “Stay” was written by Joey Moi and rock band Black Stone Cherry.

Artist Career Details:

Florida Georgia Line is a duo comprised of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. According to the American Country Awards’ official website, their debut album, “Here’s To The Good Times,” has now sold 10 million copies worldwide. That is huge in modern album sales. Their “Cruise” single has sold more than 6 million copies in the United States alone.

YouTube Video For Florida Georgia Line’s “Stay” At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (posted if and when available)

YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of LeAnn Rimes’ Tribute To Patsy Cline (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, LeAnn Rimes performed a medley tribute to Patsy Cline. Songs included, among others, “Crazy” and “Walkin’ After Midnight.”

Artist Career Details:

LeAnn is billed as a country singer but has had crossover success since the beginning of her career. “How Do I Live” is one of the biggest singles of all time on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, which covers singles from all genres. As a result, she has won a lot of Billboard Awards. She has also won one American Music Award, three ACM awards, and two Grammys. According to a quote from Wikipedia, LeAnn has sold more than 37 million records on a worldwide basis.

YouTube Video For LeAnn Rimes’ Tribute To Patsy Cline At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (posted if and when available)

YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of Thomas Rhett: “It Goes Like This” (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, Thomas Rhett performed “It Goes Like This.” Keep reading to read about the recent success of this song.

Artist Career Details:

Thomas is the son of singer-songwriter Rhett Akins. He has released one album, “It Goes Like This.” Thomas recently got his first #1 on the Billboard charts with the single of the same name. It hit #1 on the Country Airplay chart. Thomas is also a successful songwriter for other country stars. For example, Jason Aldean’s “1994” sold over half a million copies.

YouTube Video For Thomas Rhett’s “It Goes Like This” At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (posted if and when available)

Here is the official VEVO YouTube video for Thomas’s “It Goes Like This.”

YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of Justin Moore: “Point At You” (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, Justin Moore performed “Point At You.” Songwriters for this tune include Ross Copperman, Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip. It has peaked at #2 on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart at this time.

Artist Career Details:

Justin Moore broke out onto the country music scene in 2009. He has released 3 albums so far and has had 3 #1 hit singles on the Hot Country Songs chart or at least the Country Airplay chart. His #1’s include the following:

1. “Small Town USA”
2. “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away”
3. “Til My Last Day”

YouTube Video For Justin Moore’s “Point At You” At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (posted if and when available)

Here is the official music video for “Point At You.”

YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of Brad Paisley: “The Mona Lisa” (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, Brad Paisley performed “The Mona Lisa.” There is no charting or sales record for “The Mona Lisa” yet because it was just released yesterday.

Artist Career Details:

Brad also received a special Video Visionary Award. This special accolade goes to a country artist with a history of developing creative videos to go along with his or her songs.

Paisley eats country charts and racks up sales like crazy. Even in the recent downswing in album sales industry wide, all of Brad’s albums have still sold at least half a million copies. According to Wikipedia, he is also the only country artist in history to get 10 #1 singles in a row on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

YouTube Video For Brad Paisley’s “The Mona Lisa” At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (posted if and when available)

The clip still can’t be found online. So I am linking to Brad’s American Country Music awards performance, which he performed with Dierks Bentley and Hunter Hayes.

YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of Sheryl Crow And Darius Rucker: “Radio” And “Callin Me When I’m Lonely” And “Wagon Wheel” (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, Sheryl Crow and Darius Rucker performed a medley of songs, including Darius’s “Radio” and Sheryl’s “Callin Me When I’m Lonely.” They also sang “Wagon Wheel.”

Artist Career Details:

Sheryl Crow and Darius Rucker started out in other genres. They have both kind of transitioned into country music over time. Sheryl was a solo pop star, and Darius was the lead singer of Hootie And The Blowfish.

Darius went platinum with his “Learn To Live” album, which was his first in country music. He has had several big hit singles, including “Wagon Wheel.”

Sheryl Crow is a little newer to country music. She recently had her first success with the single, “Easy.” Her debut country album is “Feels Like Home.”

YouTube Video For Darius Rucker And Sheryl Crow’s “Radio” And “Callin Me When I’m Lonely” And “Wagon Wheel” At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (posted if and when available)

YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of Kellie Pickler: “Little Bit Gypsy” (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, Kellie Pickler performed “Little Bit Gypsy.” Songwriters include Kyle Jacobs, Tammi Lynn Kidd, and Fred Wilhelm.

Artist Career Details:

Kellie got into the public spotlight on American Idol. She finished in 6th place in Season 5. Her debut country album, “Small Town Girl,” went gold. All together, she has released four studio albums, with the latest being “The Woman I Am.” Pickler also recently won a season of Dancing With The Stars.

YouTube Video For Kellie Pickler’s “Little Bit Gypsy” At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (posted if and when available)

YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of Randy Houser: “How Country Feels” (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, Randy Houser performed “How Country Feels.” This was a big radio hit for Randy. See details below.

Artist Career Details:

Randy is 37 years old at the time of this writing. He first achieved big chart success in 2008. Houser has put out 3 albums. He hit #1 on the U.S. Billboard Country Airplay chart with “How Country Feels.”

YouTube Video For Randy Houser’s “How Country Feels” At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (posted if and when available)

The videos for this event are hard to come by. For now, here is a performance of Randy Houser’s “How Country Feels” at the Grand Ole Opry.

YouTube Video – American Country Awards Performance Of Jake Owen With ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons: “Days Of Gold” (December 10, 2013)

FOX aired the 4th annual American Country Awards on December 10, 2013. Hosts included professional auto racer Danica Patrick and country singer Trace Adkins.

In addition to the usual awards, several country stars gave performances. To see information on all of these live performances, you can click on the “American Country Awards” tag in the list below.

On this ACA broadcast, Jake Owen performed “Days Of Gold.” Billy Gibbons, the guitarist from ZZ Top, performed with Jake. This song is the title track to Jake’s 4th album. It was written by Jaren Johnston and Neil Mason.

Artist Career Details:

Jake Owen released his first album in 2006. He finally reached #1 on the Billboard country charts with “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” in 2011. He now has 4 studio albums.

YouTube Video For Jake Owen’s “Days Of Gold” At American Country Awards On December 10, 2013 (featuring ZZ Top Guitarist, Billy Gibbons)

Here is the official music video on YouTube, as there doesn’t seem to be a video online still.