Another Batch Of CMA Awards Performers Just Announced

(Left) Keith Urban / Facebook / (Center Circle Inlay) CMA Country Music Association / Facebook / (Right) Gabby Barrett / Facebook

The CMA Awards are fast-approaching. The annual awards ceremony will air on November 10 at 8 PM on ABC. 

For the first time ever, Luke Bryan will serve as the host of the CMA Awards. This will be the first year the CMA Awards have been hosted solo since 2003.

Fans who tune in to the CMA Awards will get the chance to watch performances from some of the genre’s biggest stars. The CMA previously made two announcements containing the names of some of the performers, including Luke Combs, Blake Shelton, and Eric Church.

There will also be lots of collaborations, including a performance of Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean‘s #1 duet “If I Didn’t Love You.” It will be the pair’s first time performing the song on TV.

On Thursday morning (November 4), the CMA revealed the names of even more performers in a third announcement.

The newly announced batch of performers include Keith Urban, Gabby Barrett, Jennifer Hudson, Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett, and Zac Brown Band. It was also revealed that Dierks Bentley will be performing with Breland and HARDY during the ceremony.

You can see the full list of performers the CMA just announced below. And if you want to see the other performers that were previously announced, look here and here.

Who are you most looking forward to watching on the CMA Awards this year?