CMT Giants

CMT - Country Music Television Premiered Nov 18, 2006 Special




Episode Guide


  • Season 1
    • 12/6/08
      The biggest names in Country Music come a lot to salute the career of one of the greatest names in the industry - Alan Jackson. Guests announced include George Strait, Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift, Dierks Bentley, Lee Ann Womack and Miranda Lambert.
    • CMT Giants: Hank Williams Jr.
      The bad boy rebel of Country Music is honored in this year's CMT Giant special. Some of music's biggest stars including Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Kid Rock, Gretchen Wilson, Lynyrd Skynyrd and blues legend Buddy Guy all come together to sing the songs of this country legend. Jimmy Kimmel and Terry Bradshaw will serve as presenters. Taped Oct 25th in front of a live audience at Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles.moreless
    • CMT Giants: Reba
      CMT Giants: Reba
      Episode 1
      Hollywood and Country Music's finest come to the Kodak Theater for an all-star salute like no other to the reigning "Queen of Country Music" - Ms. Reba McEntire.

      Special Guests who helped tell the story and let everyone know what Reba meant to them include Reba show's Melissa Peterman and Christopher Rich, Loretta Lynn, Vince Gill, Keith Urban, President George H. W. Bush, Barbara Mandrell, Andie MacDowell, Dakota Fanning, James Denton and Red Steagall.

      Outstanding performances of Reba's biggest hits included Martina McBride performing Reba's first huge hit and first music video "Whoever's in New England". Pop sensation and American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson brought down the house with "Why Haven't I Heard From You". One half of Country Music's power couple - Faith Hill challenged one of Reba's toughest songs "You Lie". Country pioneer Dolly Parton brought a lighthearted performance of "How Blue". Jennifer Nettles of 'Sugarland' poured her heart into "The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia". Leann Rimes sang the sweet ballad "The Greatest Man I Never Knew". Wynonna Judd brought inspiration to "Is There Life Out There?". Trisha Yearwood brought everyone to tears with a special performance of "If I'd Only Known" in honor of 'The Crazy Eight' - Reba's band who perished in plane crash in 1992. TV Star - Megan Mullaly honored Reba's broadway triumph with "You Can't Get a Man With a Gun" from 'Annie Get Your Gun'. Martina and Kelly returned to battle it out in "Does He Love You" and last but not least Reba belted out "Fancy" like only she can.

      A night of honor and class to the classiest and sweetest ladies in country music - Ms. Reba McEntire.moreless