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Kelsea Ballerini and Steven Tyler Taking Over ABC Septemb...

Monday, 10:04 PM

CMAKelsea Ballerini and Steven Tyler will be all over ABC Wednesday, September 9 to announce the nominees for the 49th Annual CMA Awards. The pair will announce the finalists in five categories that morning on ABC's Good Morning America, where Steven will perform his new single, "Love Is Your Name."

He says, "I'm just humbled by the open arms of the country community and am honored to take part in this BIG moment."

Kelsea grew up watching the CMA Awards as a kid in Knoxville, Tennessee. She says, "To be able to announce the nominations for the awards this year with THE Steven Tyler makes me beyond excited."

Following the GMA announcement, Kelsea and Steven will announce the rest of the nominees on GoodMorningAmerica.com on Yahoo.

Steven also will make an appearance on Live! with Kelly and Michael that morning. Kelsea is slated to give a free acoustic concert later that day in New York City's Bryant Park, in association with the Grand Ole Opry.

Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley will host the 49th Annual CMA Awards Wednesday, November 4 on ABC.

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Dierks Bentley Taking the Slow and Steady Approach to Exp...

Monday, 6:14 PM

Greenroom PRDierks Bentley currently has two locations of his bar and restaurant, Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row, in his home state of Arizona. A third location is slated to open in Chicago in 2016. Though he'd like to expand the franchise further, Dierks is treading cautiously.

He tells the Cincinnati Enquirer, "What do they say, it’s like four out of five new bars and restaurants close. It’s a tough business to be in. I’m trying to be selective about the places we go."

If you do hit up Whiskey Row, Dierks warns that you shouldn't expect a nice, quiet atmosphere.

"Our place, we’ve got a DJ booth. The guy’s dropping Def Leppard in the middle of country songs," Dierks explains. "To the purists out there, it’s not where you want to go, but it’s not who we’re catering to. It’s a lot of 20-something-year-olds, at night at least.”

For more on Whiskey Row, go to DierksWhiskeyRow.com.

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Lauren Alaina Writes and Records New Song for ESPN's Coll...

Monday, 3:40 PM

UMG NashvilleLauren Alaina has written and recorded the new song, "History," especially for ESPN's college football coverage this fall. Lauren and rock group Imagine Dragons were the only two artists selected to provide the soundtrack for ESPN's college football promos this season.

"For a southern girl, college football is everything," Lauren says. "I am so pumped to have my song used for ESPN’s college football coverage. Thank you ESPN for giving me something to make my boyfriend, dad and brother think I’m that much cooler!”

Lauren's new song, "History," is now available for download.

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Lady Antebellum Taking Time Off the Road Before Beginning...

Monday, 2:00 PM

Capitol NashvilleLady Antebellum won't be going right into another tour once their Wheels Up trek wraps up next month in New Jersey. Instead, the group is giving themselves a little time off to recharge their creative batteries before making the follow-up to their 2014 release, 747.

Lady A's Charles Kelley tells Rolling Stone, "As a band, we've talked about wanting to get off the hamster wheel for a little bit and let the fans miss us for a second. We want to spend some time to write a record like we did for our first record. But it's always been go, go, go, so we'll try to get re-inspired a little bit."

A few years ago, Charles admits he and Lady A band mates would have been afraid to step out of the spotlight for fear of losing their fans. "We felt like that in the past, if we left off the throttle," Charles explains. So, yeah, we're not quite as hot as we were around 'Need You Now,' but we realize the fans are there.

This time out from the music-making process will ultimately help Lady Antebellum come back better and stronger than ever. Says Charles, "It's all about the music, so we need to step away and make the best music we can. That's the only way it's going to sustain itself."

Go to LadyAntebellum.com to see which shows they have left on the Wheels Up tour.

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