Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, Reba McEntire And many more joined the lineup of CMA Awards performers on stage for special collaborations and tributes.
Luke will perform his single “We’re the Kind of Love,” when Cody Johnson And Cole Swindell will sing their respective chart-topping hits “Til You Can’t” and “She Had Me at Heads Carolina.”
In honor of the deceased Jerry Lee Lewiswho died on October 28, Eli King will team up with black key to perform his signature hit, “Great Ball of Fire.” Another legendary rock act that will be paying tribute on the CMA stage rolling stonewith Brothers Osborne team up with War and Treaty On “It’s Only Rock and Roll (But I Like It)”.
Ashley McBride His Lindaville associates will join John Osborne, Brandi Clarke, Kelly Hammack And Pillbox potty with respect Linda Ronstadt With a cover of “When Will You Love Me.” Thomas will be joined by pop superstars and American Idol judges Katy Perry Their new duet, “Where We Began.”
Rounding out is the new lineup Chris StapletonThose who will join forces with fellow Kentuckians Patty Loveless Patty’s famous cover of “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive.”
Reba is about to take the stage for a special performance.
The new batch of artistes joins the previously announced performers Carrie Underwood, Jimmy Allen, Miranda Lambert, Dierks BentleyCMA co-hosts Luke Bryan And many more.
The CMA Awards live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. on ABC.
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