Mornings with Bob Robbins 5-10am Monday-Friday
Jennifer is originally from Morrilton, Arkansas. Graduated from there in 1992 and then from UCA in Conway in 1997. She is married to Micah Hines. They have two sweet little girls, Madison (7) and Willow (1 year in Sept), and two pets-Phineas(Guinea PIg) and Ferb (Chinese Sharpei).
This year's CMA Awards was jam-packed with performances, starting with some of country music's hottest acts and culminating in an all-star tribute to Willie Nelson.
Jason Aldean opened the show with his new single, "The Only Way I Know" with his fellow Georgia boys Luke Bryan and Eric Church.
Tim McGraw debuted his new single "One of Those Nights."
Miranda Lambert killed it performing "Fastest Girl in Town" wearing a multi-colored bustier.
Vocal Group of the Year nominees Zac Brown Band played "Goodbye in Her Eyes."
Dierks Bentley performed his latest, "Tip it On Back."
The Band Perry debuted their new single "You Better Dig Two."
Eric Church's big summer hit "Springsteen" mashed up perfectly with the Boss' "Born to Run"
Taylor Swift, looking demure, performed her latest single "Begin Again" in front of a Parisian backdrop.
Little Big Town performed their Single of the Year winner "Pontoon."
Luke Bryan, wearing his trademark turned around cap, sang "Kiss Tomorrow Good Bye"
First time CMA performer and New Artist of the Year winner Hunter Hayes sang his first number-one hit, "Wanted," surrounded by fans in the audience.
Faith Hill sang her new single, "American Heart" from her upcoming album.
Brantley Gilbert performed "Country Must Be Countrywide" before announcing the CMA's radio winners.
Keith Urban plays "Georgia Woods" with special guest Zac Brown.
Brad Paisley took a moment to pay tribute to New York and New Jersey before diving into his current single "Southern Comfort Zone" backed by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Carrie Underwood sang her two-week number-one "Blown Away."
Jason Aldean, who went home empty-handed, performed his recent number-one "Take a Little Ride"
Female Vocalist of the Year contender Kelly Clarkson and Vince Gill sang "Don't Rush."
Kenny Chesney performed his recent hit "Come Over" in front of a backdrop of the song's sexy video.
Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill performed a tribute to Willie Nelson that included "Always on My Mind," "Crazy," "Whiskey River" and "Good Hearted Woman." Willie finished with "On the Road Again."