When you think about eastern Kentucky, you begin to remember the songs of Loretta Lynn, Patty Loveless, The Judds, Ricky Skaggs, and so many more. The Country Network has been working hard at capturing the music and people that make Kentucky country music so unique. Their television series, CMH 23, will begin airing its third season starting December 3, 2019.
CMH 23 introduces audiences to the country music stars of the future. The new season will be the likes of Jen Tackett, Sean Whiting, Josh Nolan, Sydney Adams, Rebecca Lynn Howard, and so many more. Also featured are the married duo Nathan and Chesi Arnett, who were recently on The Voice.
CMH 23 can be watched in over 50 markets, as well as streamed online and through the Country Network phone app. You can also watch it via Roku and Sling devices. For more information on where you can watch, be sure to check out the station finder online.
Several ask who will be the next Loretta Lynn or Chris Stapleton when it comes to fame with the music industry. Kentucky is full of talented singer songwriters throughout the state. With the CMH 23 television series, they will be featured to a worldwide audience. Don’t forget to get the latest on the television series by following them on Facebook.
Jessica Blankenship is the owner and founder of Kentucky Country Music website. The Berea College graduate has been a music journalist and historian for over 20 years. She enjoys providing concert photography, reviews, historical articles, red carpet event coverage, and exclusive interviews of your favorite musicians. Jessica is proud to be a Kentucky Colonel and alumni of the FFA and 4-H Clubs. In 2018, she was named one of Laurel County’s Ten Under 40 Award Recipients. In 2019, she was a member of the Inaugural class of BRIGHT Kentucky as part of Leadership Kentucky. She has been featured on the Kentucky Music Preview podcast, Hollercast podcast, Overtones radio show, WFKY Nashville News Roundup, KET, and more. Beyond music, she enjoys traveling, helping her community, collecting gnomes, and Volkswagens.