Chris Stapleton, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Luke Combs & More Added to CMA Awards Lineup

by Clayton Edwards
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The CMA Awards announced part of their lineup earlier this month. That announcement got country music fans excited. Artists like Eric Church, Ashley McBryde, and Carly Pearce never disappoint. However, they just released the rest of the lineup. If the first set of performances had you excited. This one is going to blow your mind. Seriously, November 10th can’t come soon enough.

This new lineup has something for everyone. For instance, they’re adding some of the biggest hits on country radio to the show. Do you want to see Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood perform their chart-topping duet “If I Didn’t Love You” live? Well, the 2021 CMA Awards has you covered. That’s not even close to all they’re delivering this year though. They’ve also added three-time Vocal Group of the Year, Old Dominion to the lineup. They’ll be performing their hit song “I Was on a Boat That Day” on the stage. Additionally, Kane Brown and Chris Young will team up to perform their chart-topper “Famous Friends” for the broadcast. These acts, added to the ones announced previously would make one heck of a show. But wait. There’s more!

The 2021 CMA Awards Has So Much to Offer

Chris Stapleton, who has five CMA Awards nominations this year, including Entertainer of the Year and Album of the Year, will also perform. He’ll be rocking the CMA stage with “Cold” from his album Starting Over. Additionally, reigning Male Vocalist of the Year and all-around good dude Luke Combs will take the stage. Unfortunately, we don’t know what Combs will be performing. However, it doesn’t really matter. He always brings the thunder to the stage. So, whatever he performs will be solid.

Miranda Lambert, who holds the records for the most CMA Awards won by a female artist will also perform. Again, we don’t know what song Miranda will do, but she hasn’t cut a bad one yet. However, she did just drop a new single, “If I Was a Cowboy” so, we could see that one live. Then again, Lambert has such a wide range that there’s no telling what she will bring to the stage.

In short, the 55th Annual CMA Awards is packed with some of the best performers in the business today. However, this may not be the whole lineup. In their most recent press release, the CMA said that they would announce “additional performers and presenters” in the coming weeks. So, it looks like we won’t know all of the details until closer to the big night. The awards show takes place on November 10th at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena at 8/7c. Check your local ABC affiliate for airtimes. You’re not going to want to miss country music’s biggest night.

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