Ed Sheeran Set To Perform At Academy Of Country Music Awards
Ed Sheeran will perform at the Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards. The renowned singer-songwriter will take to the stage in Frisco, Texas, on Thursday, 11 May for the 58th edition of the awards show.
Ed joins previously-announced performers Jason Aldean, Kane Brown, Luke Combs, Cody Johnson, Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton, Jelly Roll, Keith Urban, Morgan Wallen, The War and Treaty, Lainey Wilson, and Bailey Zimmerman.
Award nominees HARDY and Jordan Davis are also scheduled to perform at the show, along with a series of duet pairings that include Cole Swindell and Jo Dee Messina, and Carly Pearce and Trisha Yearwood.
Carly and Trisha’s collaborative performance has been revealed as a tribute to the 25th anniversary of Trisha winning Female Artist of the Year.
Girl Goin’ Nowhere singer Ashley McBryde has also signed on to perform at the awards with a group that includes Brandy Clark, Caylee Hammack, Pillbox Patti, and John Osborne.
Country superstars Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks are set to host the Academy Of Country Music Awards, joined by a stack of previously announced presenters within the world of country music that include Keith Urban, Jordan Davis, Tyler Hubbard, Dustin Lynch, T.J. Osborne, Jon Pardi, and MacKenzie Porter.
The ceremony is scheduled to air on Amazon Prime Video and the Amazon Music Channel via Twitch on 11 May.
Elsewhere in Ed Sheeran news, ‘Apple Music Live’ returns for a brand-new season of exclusive live concerts with a special performance by the singer-songwriter. The global superstar will perform his new album Subtract in full for the first time, streaming on Apple Music and Apple TV+ on 10 May.
‘Apple Music Live’ — the live performance series that gives the biggest stars in music a stage to connect with audiences around the world — will return for its second season on 10 May.
Season Two will kick off with an exclusive performance by award-winning global superstar Ed Sheeran at the Eventim Apollo in London. In the intimate live performance, Sheeran will showcase his brand-new album, – (pronounced “Subtract”), in full for the first time alongside a 12-piece band that includes Aaron Dessner of The National.