Brooks & Dunn team up at ACMs with Combs
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
– Brooks and Dunn and Luke Combs will play together at the upcoming Academy of Counry Music awards show as will George Strait and Miranda Lambert.
Lambert also will perform a flashback medley of her greatest hits.
Khalid has been added to line-up, performing with Kane Brown. Additional collaborations include Jason Aldean (ACM Dick Clark Artist of the Decade Award honoree) and Kelly Clarkson, Dierks Bentley & Brandi Carlile, Eric Church and Ashley McBryde (ACM New Female Artist of the Year), Dan + Shay and Kelly Clarkson, Florida Georgia Line and Jason Aldean, and Maren Morris & Brothers Osborne.
Previously announced performers include LANCO (ACM New Group of the Year), Little Big Town, Reba McEntire, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton and Carrie Underwood. Additional acts and presenters will be announced in the coming week.
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