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Old Dominion Is First Act To Perform As Part Of ACM Sessions 2016

Watch this genre-bending country quintet's live performance and Q&A in new, on-demand web series
Posted on Mar 15, 2016 | 01:10pm
Excited for the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards, but craving more live performances? You're in luck!

The ACMs and CBS just launched its latest installment of ACM Sessions, an online concert series that features some of country's hottest artists, including Old Dominion, who will kick things off with an exclusive performance and interview.

ACM Sessions is presented by RAM trucks and brings fans exclusive access to on-demand performances and artist interviews. Plus, it's only available on CBS.com and CBS Audience Network partner sites. 


Made popular by their No. 1 hit song, "Break Up With Him," Old Dominion is in the running for two 2016 ACM Awards, including New Vocal Duo Or Group Of The Year and Vocal Group Of The Year.

As a part of ACM Sessions, the innovative country quintet—comprised of Matthew Ramsey (vocals/guitar), Brad Tursi (guitar), Trevor Rosen (guitars/vocals), Geoff Sprung (bass), and Whit Sellers (drums)—will perform songs from their debut album, Meat And Candy, and will participate in an enlightening Q&A hosted by the Academy of Country Music's Lisa Lee. 

 

While the group may be new to the concert stage, they're no strangers to the country music scene.

Before they formed as Old Dominion, some of the members worked the Nashville songwriting circuit, penning hits for country superstars like Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, and Luke Bryan. Old Dominion is the first artist highlighted on 2016 ACM Sessions and join a long list of past performers, like Brett Eldredge and Chris Young.

Be sure to catch Old Dominion's ACM Sessions performance on-demand at CBS.com or through the CBS App. The series is also available on-demand through CBS properties and select CBS Audience Network partners. 


But, the excitement doesn't stop there! Mark your calendars for the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards, which will be co-hosted by Dierks Bentley and Luke Bryan, and broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 3 at 8/7c on CBS.