Lambert, Urban, Gibbons sing together at ACMs
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
– Miranda Lambert will perform with Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top and Keith Urban at the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, singing ZZ Top's classic "Tush," it was announced today.
Kelsea Ballerini will be joined by pop singer Nick Jonas for a performance as well.
New Orleans musician Trombone Shorty, will duet with one of the shows biggest acts, although the name of the act was not disclosed. Trombone Shorty does sing with Dierks Bentley, on his upcoming CD.
Actor Tom Hiddleston and Maddie & Tae added to the lineup of previously announced presenters, which includes Miss America Betty Cantrell, Chris Janson, Jana Kramer, Martina McBride, Kip Moore, Kacey Musgraves, Nancy O'Dell, Jake Owen, Chase Rice, Kiefer Sutherland and Cole Swindell.
Previously announced performers include Jason Aldean, Ballerini, Bentley, Luke Bryan, Cam, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Brett Eldredge, Sam Hunt, Charles Kelley, Tim McGraw, Dolly Parton with Katy Perry, Thomas Rhett, Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Chris Young with Cassadee Pope, Florida Georgia Line, Little Big Town and Old Dominion.
The 51st Academy Of Country Music Awards, co-hosted by Bryan and Bentley, will be held on Sunday from Las Vegas.
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- 09/23/19: Stapleton receives ACM honor
- 05/28/19: Brooks & Dunn, Lambert, Musgraves, McBride take ACM honors
- 05/20/19: ACM announces early winners
- 04/07/19: ACMs: Urban wins Entertainer of the Year
- 04/02/19: Bryan, Shelton, Urban, Old Dominion added to ACM live performances
- 03/25/19: Combs, LANCO, McBrydew take ACM honors
- 03/12/19: Strait, Lambert, McEntire, Stapleton perform at ACMs
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