Peyton Manning’s singing has been the talk of the town for the past few years. Now, his fans are all excited about his appearance at the 2022 CMA Award.
Manning, a former football quarterback who played for 18 seasons in the NFL, will co-host the 56th Annual CMA Awards, along with Luke Bryan.
The CMA Awards will be held at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, 9 November 2022. The show will be broadcast live at 8 p.m. ET on ABC and the ABC app.
They prepared a boot camp for their role as co-hosts in a promo video for the show. Peyton also learns a little about vocal workouts from Bryan and how to dress like a country artist. Likewise, Bryan tests Manning by looking through headshots of country music singers as Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5” plays in the background.
Then, Manning showed Bryan how to perform a perfect high five each time. In case someone approaches and “tries to tackle,” he also seated the “Play It Again” singer down and walked him through a play’s rough draft.
One can watch the CMAs online without cable by using streaming services like Hulu, YouTube TV, fuboTV, and DirectTV Stream.
ABC networks broadcast a ton of special programming ahead of the CMA Awards. Due to Manning’s day job with the NFL, he’ll welcome Luke Bryan as a guest on ESPN’s Monday Night Football on 7 November.
On the Road to the CMA Awards, a preview program featuring visits by Kane Brown, Carly Pearce, and Wynonna Judd, airs on ABC on Monday at 10 p.m. ET.
Morgan Wallen will return to country music’s most prominent stage in 2022 to perform the brand-new song “You Proof.” He is also up for various honors, including Male Vocalist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year, the night’s top honor.
The show will start with a star-studded memorial to the late, great Loretta Lynn. Dierks Bentley, Lainey Wilson, Jon Pardi, and Carrie Underwood will also pay homage to Alan Jackson.
Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Cole Hauser of Yellowstone, and actors Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain (who play George Jones and Tammy Wynette in an upcoming miniseries) will be present with awards.
Similarly, HGTV celebrities Ben and Erin Napier, along with singers Tyler Hubbard, Wynonna Judd, Jordan Davis, Breland, and veteran Grand Ole Opry performer Jeannie Seely will also give out accolades.
Two-time Super Bowl Champion Peyton Manning Is Hosting CMA Awards
Peyton Manning will be quarterbacking American Idol Judge Luke Bryan to host the CMA Award in 2022.
The two can be seen having fun and outlining “plays” on a whiteboard while they record show promos in a behind-the-scenes video.
“It’s fun for me and this man to present the CMA Awards, the biggest night in country music, ” Bryan jokes, “I got to do this by myself last year,” in our first glimpse at the concert starring NFL and country stars.”
Unforgettable solo performances, unheard-of collaborations, and special tributes will all be included at the CMA Awards.
There will be performances by Jimmie Allen, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Brothers Osborne, Luke Bryan, Brandy Clark, Kelly Clarkson, Luke Combs, Caylee Hammack, John Osborne, HARDY, Cody Johnson, Reba McEntire, and Miranda Lambert.
Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers, BRELAND, Jessica Chastain and Michael Shannon of George & Tammy, and Jordan Davis, a two-time CMA nominee, will all be presenters at the CMA Awards.
After retiring from his playing career on 7 March 2016, the veteran NFL player has been cherishing his post-football lifestyle as an advertising pitchman and an analyst.
His performance at Winners Bar and Grill in Nashville was undoubtedly one of the show’s highlights in 2016.
He got on stage with country singer Lee Brice and performed “Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash and “Rocky Top,” the unofficial battle song of the Tennessee Vols.
At the time, his vocal stylings blew up social media, with many audience members posting videos of the renowned quarterback.
The following year, Manning’s bronze statue was unveiled by the Colts outside its Lucas Oil Stadium in a ceremony attended by hundreds of supporters.
He was named into the Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor and was the first athlete to have his jersey retired by the Colts’ relocation to Indianapolis.