Lainey Wilson, Megan Moroney, Jelly Roll, and Luke Bryan Performers in the First Round of the CMA Awards

The 57th annual awards will be broadcast live on ABC on November 8 from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. 

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This year's CMA Awards' two most-nominated musicians are also among the initial set of performers. 

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Lainey Wilson, who has nine nominations this year, and Jelly Roll, who has five nominations, will both perform at the 57th annual CMA Awards. 

Which will be broadcast live on ABC from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 8. 

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One of this year's co-hosts, two-time CMA entertainer of the year winner Luke Bryan, will also perform. 

As will Megan Moroney, Little Big Town, K. Michelle, Old Dominion, Carly Pearce, Chris Stapleton, and Tanya Tucker, who was recently inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. 

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Despite being a first-time CMA Awards performer, Jelly Roll will have two performance slots on the night, beginning with his Billboard No. 1 Country Airplay song "Need a Favor."  

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Later in the show, he will sing an homage to The Judds with R&B performer K. Michelle, performing the duo's hallmark hit "Love Can Build a Bridge."  

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