The Country Music Association has announced the all-star lineup for the 54th Annual CMA Awards! Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, Luke Combs, Gabby Barrett and more are among the artists set to perform live at the award show on November 11, at 8PM ET on ABC.
Twice-nominated Church will perform his song "Hell Of A View," while Combs, who has six nominations, will sing "Cold As You." Lambert, who's the leading nominee with seven nods, will perform "Settling Down" from her album of the year nominated record, Wildcard. Barrett will team up with pop singer Charlie Puth for a duet of her breakout hit, "I Hope."
Hosts for the evening, Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker will also perform from the iconic Music City Center venue. The two will sing a tribute collaboration together, while Rucker will also perform his new single, "Beers & Sunshine" with Lady A. McEntire will also join Thomas Rhett, Hillary Scott and Christian artist Chris Tomlin for a special performance of "Be A Light."
"We are thrilled to have this incredible group of artists taking the stage at the CMA Awards this year! It is a privilege to bring these live performances to our viewing audience with the energy and excitement that the CMA Awards are known for," CMA chief executive officer Sarah Trahern says.
"And although the show will feel a bit more intimate this year, we look forward to hosting our nominated artists and their guests as we celebrate the best of country music in a fully safe and physically distant environment. It will be an honor to bring the biggest country stars in the world together – in one room – for the first time this year. You won’t want to miss it!"
Be sure to tune into the 2020 CMA Awards on November 11, at 8PM ET on ABC. A complete list on nominees can be seen here.
2020 CMA Awards Performers:
Ashley McBryde, "One Night Standards"
Darius Rucker and Lady A, "Beers & Sunshine"
Eric Church, "Hell of a View"
Florida Georgia Line, "Long Live"
Gabby Barrett and Charlie Puth, "I Hope"
Luke Combs, "Cold as You"
Maren Morris, "The Bones"
Miranda Lambert, "Settling Down"
Rascal Flatts, "Bless the Broken Road"
Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker
Thomas Rhett and Friends, "Be a Light"
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