CMA Awards 2023: Star studded line up leaves fans excited, Know who’s coming

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The 57th annual Country Music Association (CMA) Awards are approaching, promising an evening filled with incredible performances by some of the biggest names in the country music industry. Hosted by Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning, this year’s event is scheduled for November 8 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Let’s take a closer look at the star-studded lineup set to grace the stage and make the night unforgettable.

Jelly Roll To Open the Show with “Need a Favor”

The five-time CMA nominee Jelly Roll, is ready to make his debut performance at the CMA Awards. He will kick off the evening with a captivating rendition of his hit song “Need a Favor.”

Luke Bryan’s 30 No. 1 Singles Medley


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The charismatic Luke Bryan, co-hosting alongside Peyton Manning, will deliver a memorable medley. The medley will feature a celebration of Bryan’s 30 No. 1 singles, including chart-toppers like “Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day,” “One Margarita,” and more.

Lainey Wilson, this year’s most nominated artist, is set to take the stage. She will perform “Wildflowers and Wild Horses,” captivating the audience with her undeniable talent. Jelly Roll returns to the stage for a captivating performance with K. Michelle. The duo will render a touching rendition of “Love Can Build a Bridge.” Tanya Tucker will join forces with Little Big Town for a rendition of “Delta Dawn.”

New Hits and Exhilarating Performances

Old Dominion and Megan Moroney will bring their latest song, “Can’t Break Up Now,” to the CMA stage. Carly Pearce will perform her new single, “We Don’t Fight Anymore,” with the talented Chris Stapleton. Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning’s return marks the second consecutive year of their hosting duties. The CMA Awards has a history of welcoming returning hosting teams, including Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood, who hosted for 11 years straight.

The 57th CMA Awards will be broadcast live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on November 8 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. For those who can’t catch it live, the show will be available for streaming exclusively on Hulu the following day.