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CMT pays tribute to the great Charley Pride

CMT celebrates the life and legacy of country music titan Charley Pride with “CMT GIANTS: CHARLEY PRIDE.” The star-packed, 90-minute event premiered Wednesday, August 25th.

The special brought together Charley’s superstar friends and some of the biggest names in music today to celebrate his most legendary hits, including Alan Jackson, Darius Rucker, son Dion Pride, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Gladys Knight, Jimmie Allen, Lee Ann Womack, Luke Combs featuring Robert Randolph + Reyna Roberts, Mickey Guyton and Wynonna.

Special guests Neal McCoy, Nolan Ryan, Reba, Ronnie Milsap, and Charley’s wife Rozene Pride, also appear to share their personal memories and reflect on Charley’s lasting legacy, which are blended alongside rare archival photos, interviews and performances, with clips and commentary from Charley Pride himself.

We are proud to say that Taillight's founder, Tom Forrest was an executive producer on the project and helped bring the vision to life.

"It was an honor to be a part of this CMT Giants tribute. We wanted to share the legacy and impact that Charley Pride had on the country music community and I believe we achieved just that," stated Tom Forrest.

If you missed “CMT GIANTS: CHARLEY PRIDE,” you can watch it HERE.

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Jan 04, 2022

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