Nickelback and HARDY Collided on CMT Crossroads

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Nickelback and HARDY are a very natural pairing for CMT Crossroads, and on an episode that aired on April 6th, they merged their styles for an episode of the performance series. Both groups appeal to country and rock audiences alike and have worked with the same producer, Joey Moi. Also, both have a song titled “Rockstar,” which they have merged together for the show.

A Nickelback and HARDY CMT Crossroads

This CMT Crossroads was recorded in Nashville in March. It features HARDY and Chad Kroeger with the two performing Nickelback’s “Animals” and “Save Me,” and HARDY’s “Give Heaven Some H*ll” and “Truck Bed.” The episode aired on April 6th as part of CMT’s Music Awards weekend.

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The day before featured a new episode of CMT Storytellers with Little Big Town, who performed their hits “Boondocks,” “Better Man,” and “Girl Crush” amongst others. The weekend also had a special version of CMT Hot 20 Countdown, the weekly music video countdown show, which was themed after the music awards and aired Saturday morning.

HARDY Is Going on Tour

The red carpet event for the CMT Awards happened on Sunday and was aired live. It was hosted by Kelsea Ballerini and took place in the Moody Theater in Austin, Texas. The nominees included Jelly Roll, Zach Bryan, Lainey Wilson, Ballerini, and others. HARDY’s “Truck Bed” was nominated for Male Video of the Year and Video of the Year.

HARDY is heading for a busy summer with his tour “Quit!!” starting in May. It will run through July, and on select dates, stars like Travis Denning, Ella Langley, Kip Moore, and Stephen Wilson Jr. will join in. HARDY is known for making concerts that shine with high-energy performances and intimate acoustic sets, which create a true connection with the audience.