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Stevie Nicks to perform at Country Music Awards

Stevie Nicks to perform at Country Music Awards

READY TO ROCK THE COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS: Stevie Nicks will grace the stage at the April 6 awards. Photo: Associated Press/Chris Pizzello

Stevie Nicks will hit the stage with her pals in Lady Antebellum at the upcoming 49th annual Academy of Country Music Awards.

The Fleetwood Mac singer and the “Need You Now” hitmakers became fast friends while working on a TV special together last year and now the quartet will team up again on country music’s big night.

They will join Eric Church, Toby Keith, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line and The Band Perry as performers at the ceremony, which will be staged at the MGM Grant Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 6.

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