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Nashville notes: Luke Grimes' "Burn" + Dzaki Sukarno's 'Love Like 90's Country' EP

Luke Grimes has released "Burn," the latest preview of his forthcoming EP, Pain Pills Or Pews. Luke penned the track alongside Randy Montana and Josh Thompson. "'Burn' came from a simple classic rock style melody and the idea of running headfirst into a heartbreak, almost asking for it. The song always had a bit of Tom Petty vibe as he’s always been a big influence for me," shares the Yellowstone star. Pain Pills Or Pews is available for presave now.

Emerging country singer/songwriter Dzaki Sukarno has dropped his debut EP, Love Like 90's Country. The neotraditional three-song set was solely penned by Dzaki and features the nostalgic title track. "My EP talks about the happy & the painful times you experience while searching for that one love," says Dzaki.

Tickets to Brett Eldredge's 2023 Glow Live Tour are on sale now. For a full list of dates and to purchase tickets, visit

Chris Janson will be performing on Fox & Friends Saturday, September 23, at 9 a.m. and 9:50 a.m. ET. 

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Don't miss Trisha Yearwood's shows with the Nashville Symphony

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Ever wanted to see Trisha Yearwood on the Schermerhorn Symphony Center stage in Nashville? Here's your chance.

The "XXX's And OOO's" hitmaker will perform with the Nashville Symphony on October 19, October 20 and October 21. Enrico Lopez-Yañez will serve as conductor for the three-night event.

For tickets and more information, visit

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Dolly Parton teams up with Linda Perry for a cover of 4 Non-Blondes' "What’s Up?"

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Dolly Parton has shared another preview of her upcoming album, Rockstar, releasing her take on the 4 Non-Blondes classic "What’s Up?" It features a guest appearance by the song’s writer and lead singer, Linda Perry.

The new release comes with an accompanying video, shot at Eakin Elementary School in downtown Nashville. It has Dolly and Linda singing the song as they are slowly joined by a group of young school children.

"First of all, I love Linda Perry. Second of all, I love this song written by Linda. Third of all, I love being a part of this video to try to make people think about what’s going on in this world today," Dolly says. "If our children don’t make it, then what will? Again, I ask 'What's Up?' Enjoy."

It sounds like Linda was thrilled to have Dolly perform her tune.

"How is one supposed to react when the greatest and most prolific songwriter in the world wants to cover a song YOU wrote?" Linda shares. "Her version of 'What’s Up?' is so good. Her spin on it made me feel like it was her song. No surprise there."

Rockstar, which also features guest appearances by The BeatlesPaul McCartney and Ringo StarrSteven Tyler, Steve PerrySting, Stevie NicksElton John and more, comes out November 17. It is available for preorder now.

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Zach Bryan drops surprise 'Boys Of Faith' EP

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Hot on the heels of his chart-topping self-titled album, Zach Bryan has released a surprise EP, Boys Of Faith.

Entirely produced and written by Zach, the project features five songs, including collabs with Noah Kahan on "Sarah's Place" and Bon Iver on the title track.

Zach Bryan's latest self-titled album arrived in August. It debuted at #1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart and topped Billboard's Country, Rock & Alternative, Americana/Folk and Rock album charts.

Additionally, the Kacey Musgraves-assisted "I Remember Everything" made history by debuting atop the Billboard Hot 100, Hot Country Songs, Hot Rock Songs and Hot Rock & Alternative Songs charts.

Tickets to Zach's The Quittin Time 2024 Tour are on sale now at

Here's the Boys Of Faith EP track list:

"Nine Ball"
"Sarah’s Place (Feat. Noah Kahan)"
"Boys Of Faith (Feat. Bon Iver)"
"Deep Satin"
"Pain, Sweet, Pain"

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Saddle up for a new Cody Johnson album

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Saddle up, CoJo Nation, a new Cody Johnson album is arriving soon.

The country star has announced that he's releasing his new record, Leather, on November 3. Trent Willmon produced the 12-track set, which features lead single "The Painter," and the newly released "Work Boots" and "Watching My Old Flame."

Of his forthcoming project, Cody shares, "This round of songs, I have to say, is the best round of songs I have ever recorded and I feel like that’s the way it should be. Each album should outdo the last one."

Leather follows Cody's latest studio album, Human The Double Album, which spawned the hits "'Til You Can't" and the title track.

"The Painter" is currently #35 and ascending the country charts.

Leather is available for preorder now.

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Luke Combs joins Shenandoah for "Two Dozen Roses"

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Shenandoah has released a duet version of their iconic hit "Two Dozen Roses" with global country superstar Luke Combs.

An RIAA-certified Gold track, "Two Dozen Roses" was released in 1989 and became Shenandoah's third career #1 single.

Of the fresh rendition with Luke, Shenandoah frontman Marty Raybon tells Billboard, "It appears 'Two Dozen Roses' is as big as it ever was and having Luke’s vocal on there just proves the timelessness of what folks have felt about this song for years."

"Two Dozen Roses" is out now wherever you listen to music.

The track arrives after Luke notched his latest chart-toppers with "Love You Anyway" and "Fast Car." Most recently, Luke earned a 2023 CMA International Artist Achievement Award nomination alongside Morgan Wallen and Kip Moore.

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Carrie Underwood on 'Denim & Rhinestones (Deluxe Edition)': "I just enjoyed this era so much"

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Carrie Underwood has released an expanded version of her latest album, Denim & Rhinestones.

The deluxe record features six new songs, including the previously released "Out of That Truck," "Give Her That" and "Take Me Out."

"I like to think of the extra songs that we added for Denim & Rhinestones, for the Deluxe Edition is just an extension of Denim & Rhinestones as a whole," says Carrie.

"I definitely wanted all the songs to fit with the rest of the body of work, but it’s just more. It’s more denim. It’s more rhinestones. I feel like the vibe was so cool and I just enjoyed this era so much that I just wanted to keep it going," she adds. "So, I definitely feel like the songs fit, and if you liked the OG DNR, you’re gonna like the Deluxe Edition."

Carrie's REFLECTION: The Las Vegas Residency is currently underway at Resorts World Theatre. For tickets and a full list of dates, visit

Here's the Denim & Rhinestones (Deluxe Edition) track list:

"Denim & Rhinestones"
"Velvet Heartbreak"
"Ghost Story"
"Hate My Heart"
"Crazy Angels"
"Pink Champagne"
"Wanted Woman"
"Poor Everybody Else"
"She Don't Know"
"Out of That Truck"
"Give Her That"
"Drunk and Hungover"
"Take Me Out"
"She Don't Know (Live from the Denim & Rhinestones Tour)"

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Charles Kelley was immediately drawn to "Love You Back": "It just sounded like a Lady A song"

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Lady A has released their long-awaited new song, "Love You Back."

Although the trio's Hillary ScottCharles Kelley and Dave Haywood didn't pen it, Charles recalls sharing a strong affinity with the track as soon as he heard it.

"It's funny, we had written a ton for this record, as we usually do, and it always seems to work this way that sometime around the 11th hour there, a song just comes in," says Charles. "I thought the hook [of 'Love You Back'] was just so simply well done. I was like, 'Gosh, how did I not come up with that,' you know? 'You can love a memory, but a memory can't love you back.'"

"I get sent a lot of songs. We all do," he notes. "[This] was just one I kept listening to over and over again."

With half a mind to record "Love You Back," Charles approached Emily Weisband, who co-wrote the track with James McNair and Lindsay Rimes, to do a little test run.

"I texted [one of the song's co-writers] Emily Weisband and I said, 'Hey, I have an idea. Lyrically, this would be great for a duet. Before I send it to the guys, can I come over and sing with you? You play Hillary,'" Charles recounts of his text exchange. "We changed the key and we did that."

"Once she put her vocal on it and it had mine in there together, I was like, it just sounded like a Lady A song," he recalls. "So the minute I sent it to the guys and our team, they were flipping out over it."

"Love You Back" is the first preview of Lady A's forthcoming as-yet-untitled new album.

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Nashville notes: Toby Keith's '100% Songwriter' + Matt Schuster joins Warner Music Nashville

Toby Keith is set to release a new album titled 100% Songwriter. Due out November 3, the 13-track collection — which features various hits solely penned by Toby — is available for preorder now.

Warner Music Nashville has added emerging country singer/songwriter Matt Schuster to its roster. The Charleston, Illinois, native's major label debut song, "Tell Me Tennessee," drops Friday, September 22, and is available for presave now.

Up-and-comer Delaney Ramsdell has dropped a new song titled "Any Good Wife." The slow-burning ballad was penned by Delaney and Autumn Buysse.

Riley Green is kicking off duck season with brand new merch bundles, which include a T-shirt, hat, duck call and more. Check it out at Riley's merch store.

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Dollywood's Harvest Festival is here

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Dollywood's annual Harvest Festival is back.

Open now, the family event features the award-winning Great Pumpkin LumiNights with glowing pumpkin sculptures; fall-ready food and drink items such as Pumpkin Pie Funnel Cake, Harvest Pulled Pork Sandwich and Pumpkin Pie Punch Cocktail; pumpkin carving activities and more.

Visitors can also experience the crisp fall air up in the Smoky Mountains on various Dollywood theme park rides, including the newly opened Big Bear Mountain. 

For more information on Dollywood's Harvest Festival and to purchase tickets, visit

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Get ready for a new Jelly Roll collab

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Jelly Roll fans, a new duet might be dropping soon.

Warner Music Nashville artist Chris Ryan, formerly one-half of now-defunct duo BEXAR, recently teased a collaboration with Jelly on a song called "Scared To Go To Church."

The Instagram reel features red-tinted footage of Chris and Jelly singing the song together in a recording studio.

"I can't slow down/ Lord I'm trying/ Guess I'm just stuck in my ways/ And I know my lifestyle/ Don't look like the prayers that I prayed/ That's why I'm scared to go to church," the pair sing in the powerful chorus.

A release date for the track has yet to be shared.

While you wait, you can listen to a preview of "Scared To Go To Church" on Chris' Instagram and presave it now.

Jelly is currently in the top 30 on the country charts with the Lainey Wilson-assisted "Save Me."

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Kane Brown unveils Phil Collins-inspired new single, "I Can Feel It"

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Kane Brown's highly anticipated new single, "I Can Feel It," has arrived.

The high-energy track was penned by Kane alongside Jaxson Free and Gabe Foust and features an interpolation of Phil Collins' iconic "In The Air Tonight." Phil is also listed as a song contributor.

"I can feel it in the air, feel it in the whiskey in my hand/ In your hips, your body tells me when you start to dance/ Maybe this is turning to a 'We should probably get up out of here'/ Oh, baby, I swear/ I can feel it in the air," Kane sings over thumping drumbeats and electrifying guitar lines.

"I Can Feel It" follows Kane's latest chart-topper, "Bury Me In Georgia." The song is the first preview of his upcoming collection of new music.

Kane's also featured on Mickey Guyton's current single, "Nothing Compares To You," which is now at country radio.

Tickets to Kane's newly announced 2024 In The Air Tour go on sale Thursday, September 28, at 10 a.m. local time. For more information, visit

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Megan Moroney to drop three new songs on Friday

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Megan Moroney is set to release three new songs on Friday, September 22.

The three tracks are: "Fix You Too" featuring Kameron Marlowe, "Nothin' Crazy" featuring MacKenzie Porter and "Reasons To Stay."

Megan shared the surprise announcement on Instagram alongside news about her upcoming Lucky vinyl.

"3 new songs are coming this friday on all streaming platforms & the lucky vinyl is now available for pre-order!" Megan captions her Instagram carousel, which features photos of the Lucky LP. 

She adds, "i wanted to include these extra songs as a thank you for embracing my debut album and loving it as much as you have over these past few months - y’all have completely made this the best year yet already [crying emoji] i appreciate y’all more than you know & can’t wait to see y’all on the road soon!"

Megan's debut album, Lucky, arrived in May and includes the #1 hit "Tennessee Orange" and its follow-up single, "I'm Not Pretty."

Signed copies of Megan's Lucky vinyl are available for preorder now at her merch store.

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Dustin Lynch announces 2024 Killed The Cowboy Tour

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Dustin Lynch is hitting the road in 2024 for his Killed The Cowboy Tour.

Named after his upcoming album, the trek kicks off April 2 in Nashville and will make stops in Charlotte, Raleigh, Indianapolis, Boston, Cedar Rapids and more before concluding May 11 in Council Bluffs. 

Genre-blending singer/songwriter Skeez will serve as the opening act.

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 29, at 10 a.m. local time via Dustin's website. Members of Dustin's Stay Country Club will get presale access beginning Friday, September 22, at 10 a.m. To join the club, visit

Dustin's new album, Killed The Cowboy, arrives September 29 and is available for preorder now.

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Reba brings her "Blues" to 'America's Got Talent'

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Reba McEntire and America’s Got Talent season 11 alum Sofie Dossi reunited on the show Wednesday, September 20.

The country icon took the stage to sing her 1982 hit "Can't Even Get The Blues" while Sofie simultaneously showcased her contortion and acrobatic moves.

This collaboration is a full-circle moment for Reba and Sofie.

Reba, who was a guest judge on AGT's 11th season, gave Sofie her coveted Golden Buzzer. Since then, the 22-year-old contortionist, who finished in the top 10 that season, has also become a singer, actress and social media influencer.

Coming up, Reba will join Gwen StefaniJohn Legend and Niall Horan as a coach for season 24 of The Voice. The fresh season kicks off Monday, September 25, at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

Additionally, Reba's new book, Not That Fancy: Simple Lessons on Living, Loving, Eating, and Dusting Off Your Boots, and its companion album, Not That Fancy, will be released October 10 and October 6, respectively. You can preorder a copy now at

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