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Big stars teaming up for Sunday’s ACM Awards
Big stars teaming up for Sunday’s ACM Awards

Some big Academy of Country Music Awards performances were announced yesterday.  The shows co-hosts, Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan will kick off the night.  Brad Paisley and the Pistol Annies will also join them.  Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift and Keith Urban will team up to perform Tim’s latest single, Highway Don’t Care.

Hunter Hayes is going to be a busy young man Sunday at the ACM awards.  He’s set to debut his brand new single, I Want Crazy, he’ll be performing a song with music legand, Stevie Wonder and he’ll be performing with Brad Paisley and Dierks Bentley at the ACM Fan Jam.

In Touch magazine is reporting that Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are starting a new business together.  The couple bought a vacant building on Main Street in their hometown.  It’s located across the street from Miranda’s clothing boutique, The Pink Pistol and she was overheard saying they will be opening a bed a breakfast.

Eric Church will perform at Lollapalooza 2013.  The event will take place August 2nd-4th in Chicago’s Grant Park.  Eric will perform on Saturday, August 3rd.

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