The artist behind one of 2016’s best-selling country singles is about to make her national television debut.
ABC confirms that Maren Morris, whose debut single “My Church” has proven incredibly resonant with country music fans, will perform on the April 25 edition of its “Good Morning America” morning show.
The episode will also feature an interview with the actresses of “Game Of Thrones” and a segment with Darcy Miller.
Morris is one of two confirmed musical guests for this week’s string of “GMA” episodes. Boyz II Men, the other confirmed act, is set to take the stage on Friday, April 29.
ABC’s official “Good Morning America” listings follow:
Monday, April 25 – An interview with the actresses of “Game of Thrones”; a performance by singer and songwriter Maren Morris; Martha Stewart Weddings Editor Darcy Miller with the latest wedding dress trends; “Passion for Profit” continues with young entrepreneurs who are rising stars in the business world.
Tuesday, April 26 – Entrepreneur and philanthropist Phil Knight on his new memoir (“Shoe Dog”); food blogger Andie Mitchell (“Cook Yourself Slim”); “The Knot” Editor in Chief Kellie Gould with popular flower girl fashions; the couple voted off last night’s “Dancing with the Stars”; “GMA”’s Infertility Series: one woman’s journey freezing her eggs.
Wednesday, April 27 – Actor Robert Downey, Jr. (“Captain America: Civil War”); Good Housekeeping’s Lori Bergamotto discusses popular wedding trends; UFC Takeover; “GMA”’s Infertility series continues with people who are crowdsourcing their ability to have children in the future.
Thursday, April 28– Actresses Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis (“25th Anniversary: Thelma & Louise”); “Deals and Steals” with contributor Tory Johnson; “GMA”’s Epic Wedding Event kicks off as 100 couples get married across America and across the globe in 24 hours; “GMA”’s Infertility series continues: the latest in new packaged fertility testing.
Friday, April 29– Actors Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis (“Mother’s Day”); “GMA”’s Epic Wedding Event concludes as 16 couples get married live in Times Square; a performance by Boyz II Men.