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George Strait and Garth Brooks will perform together at next month's Academy of Country Music Awards - all part of a tribute to the late Dick Clark.
The ACM says this will be the first time the two Country Music Hall of Famers have performed together.
During the tribute segment, the ACM will present its Artist of the Decade - which will be renamed the ACM Dick Clark Artist of the Decade Award, in honor of the music icon. Clark was a producer of the ACM Awards since 1979 and his soon, R.A. Clark is currently one of the show's executive producers.
George and Garth are the two most recent recipients of the award (others include Alabama, Loretta Lynn and Marty Robbins)
Garth Brooks said, "Although there is no award the entertainment industry has that can match the magnitude of the star Dick Clark was, and still is, it is an honor to get to be a part of the academy's tribute to him. There may be others who have contributed as much to the music industry, but there is definitely no one that has contributed more than Dick Clark. He was music's best friend, and a dear friend to me."
The ACM Awards will air live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 7th at 7pm.
Photo credit: Beverly Parker / allmusic.com