The Biggest Single in Country Music History Hits the Airwaves, "Forever Country" Video Premieres Tuesday on "DWTS"

CMAAt 8:30 a.m. ET Friday morning, fans in the U.S. and around the world got their first chance to hear “Forever Country,” the biggest single and music video in country music history.

If you’re wondering how the Country Music Association -- who commissioned the project to celebrate 50 years of the CMA Awards -- can make such a claim, just take a look at the list of the artists involved, which was revealed exclusively on ABC’s Good Morning America:  AlabamaJason AldeanDierks BentleyBrooks & DunnLuke BryanEric ChurchBrett EldredgeVince GillFaith HillAlan JacksonLady AntebellumMiranda LambertLittle Big TownMartina McBrideTim McGrawRonnie MilsapKacey MusgravesWillie NelsonBrad PaisleyDolly Parton, Charley PrideRascal FlattsRebaDarius RuckerBlake SheltonGeorge StraitRandy TravisCarrie UnderwoodKeith Urban, and Trisha Yearwood.

The single, which is a newly-recorded mashup of Dolly’s “I Will Always Love You,” Willie’s “On the Road Again,” and the late John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” is available now at the usual digital outlets.

A sneak peek of the epic accompanying music video will premiere Tuesday on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. Immediately afterwards, you’ll be able to see the complete project at ForeverCountry50.com.

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