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Dustin Lynch has announced a new tour for the spring of 2024. The 18-date Killed The Cowboy Tour will kick off in early April with a show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. It will continue for 18 dates across the U.S. The tour is named after Dustin's new album, which will be released September 29th.
Toby Keith will be releasing a greatest hits album with a twist this fall. He has put together 13 songs that he wrote himself into a collection called 100% Songwriter. The new project will be released November 3rd via Mercury Nashville, Toby's original record label. He will also be making an appearance on TV later this month when he's given the Country Icon award at the People's Choice Country Awards in Nashville. Toby has not toured since revealing his cancer diagnosis in June 2022.
Kenny Chesney was at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts over the weekend, but this time it wasn't for a sold-out show. He was there as the "keeper of the light" for the New England Patriots and rang the bell on the lighthouse located in the North end zone ahead of their game against the Miami Dolphins. Tom Brady became the first-ever "keeper of the light" when he started the new tradition during week one of the NFL season.
The Oak Ridge Boys are calling a bunch of upcoming tour dates their farewell tour. The American Made: Farewell Tour includes shows through mid-December, but the band plans to continue playing shows into 2024. Old age and health issues are forcing them to slow down. "My legs aren't what they used to be," Joe Bonsall says. "Richard (Sterban) has had a few small health issues, but he got by them fine. Duane (Allen) is doing great and (William Lee) Golden, he's going to be 85 in January and he's got more energy than all of us put together." The Oak Ridge Boys released 17 number one hits over the course of their career. They were inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2000 and the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2015.
Jelly Roll has been bringing fans on stage to sing Lainey Wilson's part of "Save Me." On August 15th, he invited an 11-year-old fan on stage, and now an even younger fan has joined him. Jelly Roll spotted her in the crowd holding a sign and wearing a set of fake Jelly Roll face tattoos. As soon as the girl gets on the stage, she greets him with a big hug. Even though she was nervous in front of the crowd, she didn't hold back when it came to singing along with the star.
Brett Eldredge will be back on the road again this holiday season for his annual Glow Live Tour. "The Glow Tour has now become a big, beautiful Christmas tradition," Brett says in a press release. "I love kicking off the season with all of you. I'm excited to return to some of my favourite cities and add some new cities including Detroit, Philadelphia and Milwaukee. To me, it's definitely the most wonderful time of the year." He will kick off the 14-date tour with three straight nights at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium in November. Brett has been fairly quiet for most of the year. "I've really been spending time reflecting on my life," he explains. "I've been touring for over 10 years straight, and I wanted to take some time to breathe and be around family and friends and grow relationships." Brett has also been spending time "writing a lot of music for fun." It will be part of a new project, but no details were revealed.
In a new interview with the Los Angeles Times, Maren Morris said that she is leaving country music in order to explore a broader range of musical influences on her upcoming third studio album. Maren released two new songs on Friday. She feels that there has been more sociopolitical division within the genre and that has made it harder for her to participate. "I'd say, sure, congratulations on crossing over onto the big all-genre chart," Maren told the Times, referring to mainstream hits from Morgan Wallen, Luke Combs and more. "But the stories going on within country music right now, I've tried to avoid a lot of it at all costs. I feel very, very distanced from it." Maren says she never set out to become a political artist. "I just wrote songs about real life through a lens of deep respect for my country heroes. But the further you get into the country music business, that's when you start to see the cracks," she says. "And once you see it, you can't un-see it. So you start doing everything you can with the little power you have to make things better." Maren has been working with pop producer Jack Antonoff on her new album and she says she's "still writing."

The CCMA Awards, hosted by The Reklaws, took place Saturday in Hamilton.  Tenille Townes took home her fifth win for Female Artist of the Year.

Here's a look at all of the winners:

Entertainer of the Year:

Jade Eagleson

Album of the Year:

Tim & The Glory Boys - Tim & The Glory Boys

Female Artist of the Year:

Tenille Townes

Group or Duo of the Year:

James Barker Band

Male Artist of the Year:

Jade Eagleson

Breakthrough Artist of the Year:

Josh Ross

Single of the Year:

Right On Time - Lindsay Ell

Fans' Choice Award:

James Barker Band

Top Selling Canadian Album of the Year:

Good Ol' Days - The Reklaws

Video of the Year:

Float - Tim & The Glory Boys

Songwriter(s) of the Year:

Bryan Adams, Daniel Tashian, Tenille Townes, Kate York - The Thing That Wrecks You (performed by Tenille Townes featuring Bryan Adams

Musical Collaboration of the Year: (Tie)

Do This Life - High Valley & Alison Krauss

One Too - Dallas Smith & MacKenzie Porter



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