Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw & More to Perform at the 2020 ACM Awards — Facts about the Ceremony
The Academy of Country Music has announced that Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, and other artists will perform on the award show set to happen in September.
The academy of country music finally announced the performers for the award-winning show to hold September in Nashville. The event is set to be available on a live broadcast from three music venues and streamed on-demand.
Miranda Lambert would be performing the famous song, "Bluebird" with Luke Dick and Natalie Hemby while Tim McGraw would also perform his latest single, "I called mama."
The show aims to reward and encourage budding talents in the music industry. The incredible ceremony would be hosted by Keith Urban, a popular entertainer known for winning the ACM awards 15 times.
Justin Bieber's song "10,000 hours" also got three different nominations.
The new male and female artists are also set to be featured and other renowned artists that include Maren Morris performing "To Hell and back." The venues for the performance are the Grand Ole Opry House, Ryman Auditorium and The Bluebird Cafe.
Miranda expressed her excitement through a recent post on Instagram due to her anticipated performance at the ACM Awards with her fellow artists as songwriters.
The show was initially set to hold in April, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it would take a new turn like other events, hence the accessibility through live broadcast and streaming on CBS on September 16. It is also set to feature additional performers as well as presenters.
This year's most-nominated female performer is Morris, while the most nominated male performer was Rhett in four different categories, including the entertainer of the year category.
Old Dominion is the most nominated group in five different categories, including the group of the year. Justin Bieber's song "10,000 hours" also got three different nominations.
The song which featured Dan + Shay was included the following categories; Video of the Year, Song of the Year [as artist and songwriter], and Music Event of the Year.
Recording artist, Riley Green and Canadian singer Tennile Townes have both been announced as the this year's New Male and New Female Artist of the Year respectively.
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