Miranda Lambert teases, “I’ve got something up my sleeve for y’all this week…” alongside a photo shared to social media.

In a photo with her arm above her head, Lambert is seen leaning back on tile with what appears to be several records displayed on the wall.  
 
Miranda released the lead single off her forthcoming project in July. Titled “It All Comes Out in the Wash."


Martina McBride will hit the road for her ninth annual The Joy of Christmas Tour. The 14-date holiday tour kicks off on November 29th in Biloxi, Miss., and makes additional stops in Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago and more.
 
The evening will include McBride singing songs off her previously released holiday albums "White Christmas" and "It’s the Holiday Season". Select dates are already on sale with other tour stops available for purchase beginning August 23rd.
http://martinamcbride.com/

Brothers Osborne will commemorate their sold-out, three-night run at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium in February 2019 with a new album, "Live at the Ryman". The 12-song package features fan-favorites “Stay a Little Longer,” “It Ain’t My Fault,” “21 Summer” and more. It will be released digitally on October 11th.

 

Blake Shelton's new single is titled, “Hell Right,” and features Trace Adkins.
Shelton will try to score the 27th No. 1 single of his career with the release on Friday (August 16th).

 

Jerrod Niemann has extended his Tallboys & Short Stories tour into the fall, adding shows through November. 
https://jerrodniemannofficial.com/tour

Miranda Lambert will perform at the upcoming 2019 ACM Honors in Nashville. In addition to her performance, she will also be recognized with the ACM Gene Weed milestone award at the 13th annual ACM Honors on August 21st at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.

The already stacked lineup will also include appearances by Lauren Alaina, Bobby Bones, Caylee Hammack, Shane McAnally, Midland, Billy Joe Shaver and Chris Young.

Previously announced acts scheduled to attend the event include reigning ACM entertainer of the year Keith Urban, Trisha Yearwood, Maddie & Tae, Chris Janson, Ashley McBryde, Tenille Townes and Barbara Mandrell.

The gathering recognizes the special honorees and off-camera winners from the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards this past April. 
https://www.acmcountry.com/special-awards

Hootie and the Blowfish announced they will release their first new studio album in more than 14 years with Imperfect Circe on November 1st.

After a decade-long hiatus that saw frontman Darius Rucker build a successful career in country music, Hootie & the Blowfish returned to touring in May as part of the Group Therapy Tour with the Barenaked Ladies.

The upcoming album will follow the band's 2005 studio album, Looking for Lucky. Hootie and the Blowfish's 1994 debut album, Cracked Rear View, is one of the Top 10 best-selling albums of all-time, certified 21X Platinum by the RIAA for 21 million units sold.

Fans who pre-order the album now will get the instant-grat track "Rollin'."

Not only will Brooks & Dunn be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame this fall, but the best-selling country duo of all time is also the subject of a brand-new exhibit at the CMHOF.

Brooks & Dunn: Kings of Neon highlights Kix and Ronnie's early careers as solo artists and songwriters, the circumstances that united them as performers, and their innovative approach to stage production and touring.

Ronnie and Kix welcomed family, friends and industry insiders to the grand opening of the exhibit on Aug. 8.

Awards, custom-built instruments and personal artifacts are featured in Brooks & Dunn: Kings of Neon, including:

Dozens of awards presented to Brooks & Dunn between 1992 and 2006, including Grammys, CMA and ACM awards
Neon Circus & Wild West Show-themed Les Paul electric guitar, built for Brooks by the Gibson Custom Shop?s Master Luthier, Bruce Kunkel, in 2001
Red cowboy boots decorated with steer's head inlays, worn by Dunn when he was around five years old
Hand-tooled leather guitar strap made for Brooks by Hutch's Custom Saddlery and embellished with oak leaf and acorn imagery and the names of Brooks' wife, Barb, and their children, Molly and Eric
'Neon Moon'-themed archtop electric guitar with custom blue finish and crescent moon inlay, presented to Dunn in 2001 by the Gibson Custom Shop
Racing suits with steer's head logos, worn by Brooks and Dunn when they drove 5/8th-scale Legends race cars in the 1990s
Early draft lyrics to 'Red Dirt Road,' written by Dunn

Brooks & Dunn: Kings of Neon opens Aug. 9 and runs through July 19, 2020.

"The Hunt", a new movie featuring singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson, will not be released after all. After criticism of the satirical movie mounted following three recent mass shootings, Universal Pictures has pulled the film, which was scheduled for release on Sept. 27.

"The Hunt"'s story finds wealthy human hunters pursuing less-privileged human prey, until the hunted gain an upper hand.

Following in the footsteps of Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline and George Jones, Glen Campbell will be the subject of a new museum in downtown Nashville.

The Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage, which is slated to open in early 2020, will honor the life of the "Rhinestone Cowboy" by showcasing different stages of his career and displaying a collection of personal artifacts, including guitars, instruments, golf clubs, family photos, stage clothing and much more.

Located at the corner of Broadway and 2nd Avenue, the 4,000-square-foot museum will transform into The Rhinestone Stage in the evenings, a live music venue that hopes to attract national and local acts.

"I am thrilled that Glen?s musical legacy will be preserved and celebrated in such a beautiful and enduring way," said Kim Campbell, Glen's wife of 34 years. "The museum is sure to inspire countless musicians and music lovers while continuing to entertain his lifelong fans and share his amazing gifts with generations to come. It's with a big heart and sincere gratitude that we share Glen's memories and cherished personal possessions with his fans and the world."

After announcing that he was experiencing some “breathing issues,” Willie Nelson tweeted that he was “sorry for cancelling the tour.”

However, his rep says otherwise. Nelson reportedly has a tour schedule of two weeks on and two weeks off, so he will just be spending a little more time off but plans to head back on tour on September 6th. 

Nelson was experiencing breathing issues which is believed to be linked to his history of emphysema and is taking time to relax and rest. 

Luke Combs will be releasing a new album and is leaving a lot of people guessing. 

So far, Combs has announced that the album will be released November 8th of this year but that’s about it. 

The name of the album has not been released, no cover art has been shown, and the first single of the album has yet to be heard.