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On the Scene
Kenny Chesney took in the scene at the Ryman Auditorium as the four-time ACM Entertainer of the Year received the organization's Crystal Milestone Award.
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HAMMING IT UP!
Clint Black, who performed in a tribute to the late Roger Miller, and presenter Big Kenny pumped up the drama backstage.
HUGGING IT OUT
Host Dierks Bentley and pal Luke Bryan locked in onstage.
SIGNED, SQUEALS, DELIVERED
Hunter Hayes got up close and personal with fans outside the show. The singer gushed about the event's Pioneer Award recipient Dwight Yoakam. "I love what he stands for," said Hayes, who performed during a tribute to Yoakam. "He is so true to himself."
Miranda Lambert, Lee Ann Womack and Crystal Gayle helped Loretta Lynn celebrate her 50th anniversary as a Grand Ole Opry member Sept. 25. "I wouldn't be here today if it weren't for her," said Lambert. "She has done so much for women in country music."
Both Rascal Flatts and Vince Gill (right) were honored with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in L.A. in September. "The only evidence to my kids that I was cool at one time will be that star," said Flatts's Jay DeMarcus.
As part of the CMA's Keep the Music Playing initiative, Dierks Bentley met with students of the Hector Fontanez School in The Bronx on Sept. 13. The foundation donated $20,000 to the school's music program.
TWO FOR THE ROAD
George Strait chatted with Martina McBride at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sept. 26 before announcing his final tour. McBride will join him on the tour.
TIM AND GWYNETH REUNITE
Tim McGraw linked up with his Country Strong costar Gwyneth Paltrow at the Stand Up to Cancer telethon in L.A. Sept. 7. McGraw, who lost his father to cancer in 2004, performed "Live Like You Were Dying" during the show, which raised more than $81 million in pledges.
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