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Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are set to host the CMA Awards for the fifth time tonight. The pair say what you’ll see on stage reflects their real-life friendship.
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The Band Perry is one of many acts scheduled to perform on tonight’s CMA Awards. Kimberly Perry says they’ve learned how to shake the nerves of performing in front of their peers. They basically just try to remember that it's just another live performance!
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Four-time CMA Entertainer of the Year Kenny Chesney is up for the award again tonight. If he wins, he’ll take the record for most wins in the category. He’s currently tied with Garth Brooks. Kenny knows that when it comes to putting on a show, it’s all about giving his fans an escape.
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The Eli Young Band will take the stage tonight at the CMA Awards to perform their #1 song “Even If It Breaks Your Heart”. EYB’s Jon Jones says it’s the perfect venue for the song because it's a song that really tells the story of anybody who wanted to break into the country music scene.
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Taylor Swift is the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year…and the only female nominated this year.
If you’re not around a TV tonight…and you don’t want to miss any of the CMA Award action…no worries! You can listen to the entire show tonight on 94.9 The Bull! The CMA Awards air live from Nashville tonight at 8 PM.