CMA Awards nominees Old Dominion took the stage at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Country Music's Biggest Night to perform their chart-topping song "No Such Thing as a Broken Heart." The performance helped cap off a major year for the rising country band.

Although the band's performance was abbreviated, it was easy to hear why "No Such Thing as a Broken Heart" resonated with so many people: With its layered harmonies and easygoing tempo, the song is obviously indebted to '90s and '00s folk-rock as much as it is modern country.

"Hey, we're Old Dominion and we'd like to thank our fans and country radio for making this a No. 1 song," vocalist Matthew Ramsey said, before the awards show cut to pre-taped presentation of awards to radio stations.

In 2017, Old Dominion have topped the charts with "No Such Thing as a Broken Heart," and released their sophomore album, Happy Endings; the project debuted back in August. At this year's CMA Awards, the band received a nomination in the fiercely competitive New Artist of the Year category, although they lost to Jon Pardi, and they are also up for the Vocal Group of the Year award.

In 2018, Old Dominion will play shows in support of the newest album, on their Happy Endings World Tour. The trek is scheduled to kick off on Feb. 1 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

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