CMA Music Fest 2016: 30 Must-See Acts

From the big stadium headliners to newcomers on the Nashville riverfront

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Musical chops was never a question with Shenandoah, considering their formation from session players in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. But adding the high-lonesome sound of singer Marty Raybon to the equation resulted in one of the Nineties' most enduring bands, with hits like "The Church on Cumberland Road," "Two Dozen Roses" and "Saturday in the South," the last of which was directly referenced by Miranda Lambert on her album Platinum. Go relive those halcyon days. Thursday, Durango Music Spot; Friday, AT&T Skyview Stage at Ascend Amphitheater

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