Trisha Yearwood To Receive June Carter Cash Humanitarian Award At CMT Music Awards –

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Trisha Yearwood. Photo: Russ Harrington

Country icon Trisha Yearwood is set to receive the inaugural June Carter Cash Humanitarian Award at the 2024 CMT Music Awards.

The new award, inspired by Carter Cash, will recognize an artist, duo/group or industry veteran who demonstrates dedication to their community and fellow artists, embodying her spirit as a fierce advocate and initiator in paying it forward, helping others find their voice and using their platform to inspire and uplift others.

“We are thrilled to honor the incomparable Trisha Yearwood with the inaugural June Carter Cash Humanitarian Award at this year’s show. Trisha has a unique ability to rally a community, whether that may be families in need with Habitat for Humanity, or uplifting her fellow artists and entertainers trying to carve a path in the industry,” share the CMT Music Awards Executive Producers.

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“She embodies the bold strength of June, who tirelessly devoted herself to service and community, and the namesake for this award,” they add. “Both multi-hyphenate trailblazers eloquently crafted a script for others to model, letting their hearts and authenticity guide their personal, professional and public lives.”

Yearwood’s philanthropic endeavors include two decades with Habitat For Humanity, establishing Dottie’s Yard and working with Stanford Women’s Cancer Center, American Cancer Society, Humane Society, Grammy Foundation MusiCares, Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential, Starkey Hearing Foundation, Susan B. Komen Foundation and more. Yearwood was recognized as a Habitat Humanitarian in 2016.

She also is a well known mentor and advocate for other female artists, and leads the Five Decades, One Voice initiative. Yearwood also works closely with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum as a guardian and trusted legacy keeper by protecting country music’s heritage.

Yearwood will be honored with the award during the live broadcast of the CMT Music Awards on April 7. She will also perform “Put It In A Song” off her upcoming album.

Madison Hahnen is Project Manager at MusicRow magazine, where she helps carry out operational objectives and large-scale projects for the company. Hahnen graduated from Bryant University in May of 2020 with a B.S. in Team & Project Management and a minor in communication studies.
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