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Brad & Carrie Return To Host the CMA Awards
Brad & Carrie Return To Host the CMA Awards

Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will host the 48th Annual CMA Awards.  It will be the 7th time the pair have hosted festivities together.  The CMA Awards will air November 5th on ABC.  Brad is releasing a new album later this month and teases that you might hear a female singer on there that sounds a lot like his good friend Carrie Underwood.  Moonshine in the Trunk will be available on August 26.

Little Big Town will host the CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock special airing tonight on ABC.  For 3 hours you will get a front row seat for live performances and behind the scenes activities at this year’s CMA Music Festival.  This is the second time LBT has hosted the show.  They say they aren’t as nervous this time around but their interviewing skills aren’t the greatest.  Jimmy Westbrook says interviewing their friends is the toughest  part of the job.  The show will include performances by Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood.

Jake Owen will perform a new single tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

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