Jake Owen's new album "Days Of Gold" hits stores, Carrie Underwood channels her inner Julie Andrews, Deana Carter is back with new music, Garth Brooks is doing Vegas, and the ACM Awards hosts are announced.
FOX News Radio Entertainment Correspondent Sabrina Sabbagh has the scoop on the Country music stars making headlines this week:
I'm Sabrina Sabbagh.
There's plenty of music out, starting with Jake Owen's "Days Of Gold".
Owen: "Long truck bed hop in it..." (song)
Owen calls this album a step forward, saying he wants people to feel more than they did with his last albums.
Underwood: "The hills fill my heart..." (song)
Carrie Underwood delivers "The Sound of Music" soundtrack from the NBC television event-- and has her playing the lead role of Maria von Trapp.
Carter: "Well I got lovin'..." (song)
Deana Carter returns with "Southern Way Of Life", her first album of new material since 2005's "The Story Of My Life".
Brooks: "Ain't no woman flesh and blood, it's that damned old rodeo..." (song)
Garth Brooks is going to bring his full band back to the Wynn in Las Vegas for two special nights in January.
Shelton: "But it would sure be cool if you did."
Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan will return to co-host the ACM Awards in Las Vegas in April. It will be Shelton's fourth year hosting and Bryan's second.
That's FOX Country from FOX News Radio.
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