If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, and don’t want to leave the comfort of your home…line-dance the day away with AXS TV, as the network presents a star-studded “Legends of Country” music marathon, starting Sunday, July 31st. The special nine-concert event puts the spotlight on some of the genre’s biggest names and most influential acts, as they take the stage to perform some of their most enduring hits.

Kenny Chesney

“Legends of Country” kicks off at 10 AM-E/7 AM-P, as an all-star roster of country favorites…including Kenny Chesney, Wynonna Judd, and Randy Travis…come together to salute a legend in “George Jones: 50 Years Of Hits.”

Next, genre pioneer Martina McBride unleashes a powerful set in front of a sold-out crowd in “Martina McBride: Everlasting – Live From The Ryman Auditoriam, at 12:05 PM-E; and “Small Town Southern Man” Alan Jackson brings his big time charm to one of the country’s most iconic venues, on the final stop of his 25th Anniversary “Keepin’ It Country Tour” in “Alan Jackson: Keepin’ It Country– Live At Red Rocks” at 1:35 PM-E.

Then, genre mainstay Tim McGraw delivers a career-spanning set featuring “Something Like That” and “Live Like You Were Dying” at 2:35pE.

“Legends of Country” continues at 3:30 PM-E, as Shania Twain rocks Sin City during her exclusive residency at Caesar’s Palace in “Shania Tawin-Still The One”; and celebrated Country duo Sugarland take “Soundstage by storm, with renditions of “It Happens,” “Baby Girl,” and more at 5:05 PM-E.

Then, two of the genre’s most important voices deliver show-stopping performances at the world’s largest honkytonk in “Willie Nelson-Live At Billy Bob’s Texas” at 6:05 PM-E, followed by “Merle Haggard-Live At Billy Bob’s Texas” at 8 PM-E.

The night comes to a close with beloved everyman Toby Keith bringing his trademark sound to an intimate performance at Chicago’s Grainger Studio in “Toby Keith: 35 MPH Town, at 10 PM-pE.

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