Carrie Horton is a freelance writer and project manager based in Nashville, Tenn. She graduated from Concordia University in Portland, Ore., with a degree in English and has been writing and listening to music for as long as she can remember. After more than five years in the non-profit world, she made the leap into full-time freelance writing and hasn’t looked back. When she’s not out looking for adventure, you can probably find her exploring nature or at a neighborhood coffee shop reading a good book or talking with friends.
Carrie Underwood Performs ‘Something In the Water’ at the 2014 CMA Awards
Carrie Underwood's performance of 'Something In the Water' at the 2014 CMA Awards was one to remember.
Tim McGraw Performs ‘Shotgun Rider’ at the 2014 CMA Awards
Tim McGraw proved that he's still one of the best with an amazing performance of 'Shotgun Rider' at the 2014 CMA Awards.
Brett Eldredge Wins New Artist of the Year Award at 2014 CMA Awards
Brett Eldredge took home the 2014 CMA Awards win for New Artist of the Year and gave a heartfelt thank you to his fans and family for helping him fulfill his dream.
Kacey Musgraves Nabs Song of the Year Award at the 2014 CMA Awards
In a win that surprised everyone (even her!), Kacey Musgraves took home the 2014 CMA Award for Song of the Year for her hit song, 'Follow Your Arrow.'
Lady Antebellum Light Up the Stage with ‘Bartender’ at the 2014 CMA Awards
Lady Antebellum lit up the stage during their killer performance of 'Bartender' at the 2014 CMA Awards.
Kenny Chesney Opens 2014 CMA Awards With ‘American Kids’
Kenny Chesney certainly brought the party when he kicked off the 2014 CMA Awards -- complete with a tie-dyed school bus!
Aaron Carter Thinks Taylor Swift Will Return to Country, and He’s Headed There, Too
Taylor Swift may have gone pop, but if Aaron Carter has anything to say about it, she'll come back around to country music -- and he might be joining her!
Tim McGraw Says He Was ‘Awestruck’ When His Daughter Sang Onstage
Tim McGraw may have a permanent new show opener. The 'Sundown Heaven Town' singer says that while he always knew his daughter Audrey could sing, he was just as surprised as everyone else when she decided to take the stage at a pre-show event.