Lady A, The Band Perry join CMA performers
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Lady A, The Band Perry join CMA performers

Monday, October 28, 2013 – Lady Antebellum and The Band Perry were added to the list of artists performing during the Country Music Awards on Nov. 6, it was announced Monday.

Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban will perform together on the CMA Awards for the first time, presumably doing their new hit single We Were Us from Urban's disc "Fuse."

Previously announced performers are Jason Aldean; Luke Bryan; Eric Church; Florida Georgia Line; Hunter Hayes with Jason Mraz; Little Big Town; Tim McGraw; Kacey Musgraves; Paisley; Blake Shelton; Taylor Swift with Vince Gill and Alison Krauss; Underwood; and Zac Brown Band with Dave Grohl. Alan Jackson and George Strait will perform together in a tribute to the legendary George Jones.


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