This year’s most-nominated group at the 2020 ACM Awards, Old Dominion, launched an impressive medley of their classic hits Wednesday night (Sept. 16) in Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.
The five-person band kicked things off with “One Man Band,” a record that earned nominations in both single and song of the year categories. Following their rousing opening, they nimbly segued into their electric jam, “Song for Another Time.” Staying upbeat, they kept the momentum intact with their 2017 Happy Endings standout track “Hotel Key,” before concluding their four-track exhibition with their syrupy earworm “Make It Sweet.”
Earlier in the night, in an interview with PeopleTV Red Carpet Live, lead singer Matthew Ramsey tantalized viewers with the band’s upcoming plans, hinting at new music on the way.
“We’re actually leaving town right after the awards to a studio,” he said. “We’re gonna camp out, and it’s a different city we’re gonna camp out for a couple of weeks and make a lot of new music, definitely looking forward to that.”
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