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SWAY WITH ME
All it takes is a tambourine, and they own the night! Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott shake it onstage during Sunday's performance at Nashville's LP Field.
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A NEW LENS
First softball, now a selfie! Jamie Lynn Spears stops for a camera op with fans on Sunday.
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He's got magic hands! Rising Star judge Brad Paisley deems the crowd worthy, as he rocks a Sunday performance.
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UP IN ARMS
Singer Bucky Covington makes for a cool welcome committee Sunday as he kicks off the last day of CMA Fest.
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Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson of Love and Theft steal a few hearts at HGTV's The Lodge during Sunday's CMA Fest.
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It's "All Alright" when Zac Brown of Zac Brown Band cuts loose on the guitar at Sunday's show.
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There's no shortage of action on the sidelines at Saturday's City of Hope softball game as Chip Esten meets some Nashville fans.
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ISN'T HE STRUM-THING?
Keith Urban gets into the string of things to close out Saturday's CMA Music Festival fun at the Nashville LP Field, where he opened his weather-delayed performance with his hit "Long Hot Summer."
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IN THE 'LINE' OF FIRE
Make that water! Florida Georgia Line – a.k.a. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard – keeps their audience decidedly hydrated during their wet and wild Saturday CMA Music Fest performance. (They later made an encore appearance during Urban's set to perform "You Gonna Fly.")
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There's plenty to smile about as Darius Rucker mans the mic Saturday at Nashville's LP Field.
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GO 'BIG' OR GO HOME
It's a perfect harmony in Nashville for Jimi Westbrook, Kimberly Schlapman, Karen Fairchild and Phillip Sweet of Little Big Town, who hit LP Field on Saturday. "Thanks for waiting in the rain for us!" the band Tweeted. "Y'all having fun?"
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BOY 'ROUND HERE
Meanwhile, Miranda's hubby Blake Shelton has a blast of his own Friday, rocking the LP Field crowd with a set of songs that included "My Eyes," "Sure Be Cool If You Did" and his first No. 1 hit, "Austin."
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American Idol alum turned Nashville superstar Scotty McCreery puts his John Hancock on some posters before performing at SiriusXM's "The Highway Super Fan Concert Series" on Friday.
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Clad in camo, Kellie Pickler fits right in with the Nashville crowd as she makes her way to the Riverfront Stage on Friday.
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FEEL THE BURN
Taking a break from his Burn It Down Tour, Jason Aldean wows the LP Field crowd with a slew of songs, including "My Kinda Party," "Dirt Road Anthem," "She's Country" and "Homesick."
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Can't slow her down! Following her exclusive chat with PEOPLE on Friday morning, Sarah Evans performs at HGTV's the Lodge at CMA Music Fest before hitting the stage for an evening performance at Nashville's LP Field.
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Don't be fooled by those subtle smiles! "EXCITED YALL!!!! #cmafest," Neil, Kimberly and Reid – aka The Band Perry – Tweeted before their Friday set at LP Field.
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ARMS WIDE OPEN
She's feeling you, Nashville! An enthused Wynonna Judd is "Simply the Best" when she embraces the crowd Thursday.
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POINT AND FLEX
Hat's all, folks! Singer Dustin Lynch gives an encore – in the form of a selfie with one of the 60,000 country fans – after his Thursday performance on the Chevy Riverfront Stage.
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HOW HE ROLLS
After busting a move at the CMT Music Awards with Florida Georgia Line and Jason Derulo, Luke Bryan flies solo onstage at LP Field on Thursday.
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As he makes his way though the country candy land of Music City, "Could It Be" crooner Charlie Worsham shows it could also be an instant connection with Thursday's crowd.
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Coming off her big CMT Music Awards win, Cassadee Pope channels her energy into an electrifying performance on Thursday.
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READY TO ROCK
It's a big gesture when Brantley Gilbert brings Thomas Rhett and Justin Moore on stage to perform "Small Town Throwdown" on Thursday. As the boys sing, "Sure 'nough gonna be a good time!"
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