The 2022 ACM Awards are not on TV, but you can still watch live


While the 2022 ACM Awards won’t be broadcast live on TV, viewers can still catch it online. This year, the Academy of Country Music Awards will stream on Amazon Prime Video. The service’s subscribers will be able check out the show Monday night at 8:30 p.m. ET. A pre-show will also take place at 7:15 p.m. ET ET A pre-show, which will ramp up to the main event, will also begin.

Dolly Parton, a country music icon, is the hot nominee for the Academy of Country Music Awards this year. Jimmie Allen, Gabby Barrett and other current ACM female and male artists of the year will join her. The three stars will not only be hosting, but will also perform, along with Thomas Rhett and Lady A, Jason Aldean and Kelsea Balerini, Breland Kane Brown, Luke Bryan, Eric Church. Maren Morris, Carly Pearce. Chris Stapleton. Carrie Underwood, Chris Young. Kelly Clarkson will perform as well. “I Will Always Love You”Dolly Parton’s tribute.

Rhett is the ACM Male Artist-of-the Year and has recently sat down with for an exclusive virtual interview. Rhett discussed his music, touring and family life during the conversation. Rhett with Lauren Akins, his wife, have an extensive online following who enjoy watching their daily adventures together. Rhett clarified recently that he and Akins try to keep a healthy balance between their personal lives and social media. He said that they do have some limitations. “that are just for us.”Rhett shared his thoughts with during an exclusive interview.

“Me and Lauren have always been pretty open, you know, about our lives and, when our kids came in… I think lately our, our kind of new mission is just like, let’s, there are things that are just for us as a family, like this picture, this is gonna make the wall. And that’s just for us, you know?”He said. “But, I think, it’s cool to kind of show, like, how we live life and what we do and how crazy our household is.”

He continued, “And, you know, I’ve gotten into photography a lot lately, so I take thousands of pictures of my kids weekly. And I’m like, ‘Oh, this is cool.’ And, ‘This is artsy.  I kinda wanna post this.’ But, you know, my kids, they’re just kind of just like, they’re just oblivious and kind of just whatever. They just [are] who they are through and through and, [we] love them to death.”