CMA Fest stars mix country with hip-hop and rock in memorable performances

Here's all about Outlander Season 8's cast and Starz release. There have been some unforgettable moments during this year's CMA Fest in Nashville, and Saturday night's performances were no exception.

Tim McGraw produced some of his greatest country singles, such as "Southern Voice" and "All I Want."

However, at one point, McGraw stopped his performance to honor country music icon Randy Travis, who was present.

After a stroke that almost killed him six years ago, Travis just dropped new music. 

Blake Shirley and Garth Brooks collaborate on a new song called "DIVE BAR," which they plan to record live in concert.

McGraw reportedly said, "Ladies and gentlemen, come on, Randy Travis is right there in the front." This is according to the Nashville Tennessean.

Is there anything better than being in a stadium with Randy Travis in the front row while in Nashville?"

The Tennessean said that on Saturday as well, singer Billy Ray Cyrus performed the popular country-hip-hop tune "Old Town Road" live on stage alongside Lil Nas X and Keith Urban.

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