The ceremony, which honors the best in country music, broadcasts live from Nashville on April 18.
The song comes from Stapleton’s latest album ‘Starting Over’ released this past November.
The new set follows Wallen's No.1 debut set of 2018, 'If I Know Me.'
Recorded in lockdown, the song offers a first taste of Ringo’s new EP, ‘Zoom In.’
Recorded amid lockdown, ‘Here’s To The Nights’ features a high-profile list of new and old friends, including Paul McCartney and Joe Walsh.
The track, written by Linda Hargrove and Dean Dillon, has been named country's most listened-to song released prior to the past year.
Meanwhile, the title track single from the album climbs into the Hot Country Songs Top 10.
The country star performed the album’s title track last night on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’
The event, hosted by Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker, marked the first time the country community had come together in person for many months.
The additional performers will join Justin Bieber, Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, and more for country music's biggest night.
The guitar-laden track is a writing collaboration with the Heartbreakers' Mike Campbell.
Post Malone, Norah Jones, Lenny Kravitz and more are also set to appear at the all-star special on Friday, October 23.
The song follows the recent appearance of the album's title track.
If 'Threads' is Crow's final full-length work, as she has suggested, then it's a remarkable closing statement.
Stapleton co-wrote 11 of the 14 songs on the album, on which he also covers John Fogerty and Guy Clark.