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Kenny Chesney adds some young guns to the roster of his Big Revival Tour. Plus, the first ever American Country Countdown Awards continues to add big name performers and, Garth Brooks has some strong words -- for YouTube.

FOX News Radio Entertainment Correspondent, Michelle Pollino has the scoop on the Country music stars making headlines this week:

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I'm Michelle Pollino.

Kenny Chesney's Big Revival Tour party bus is getting bigger. Jake Owen, Chase Rice and Cole Swindell are all on board for select dates, on what is becoming the must see concert for 2015. Chesney, last week announced the tour will also feature Eric Church on select dates, and will join forces with Jason Aldean's tour for ten stadium shows.


If you can't wait for 2015 to see the boys, Aldean and Church will join Carrie Underwood and Brett Eldredge along with Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton at the first ever American Country Countdown Awards -- hosted by Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. The awards will be celebrating radio play and chart sales -- will air live, December 15th on FOX.


Garth Brooks on Access Hollywood, railed against YouTube, calling the video-sharing website "the devil," saying songwriters are hurting. This, after being asked to weigh in on the Taylor Swift Spotify deal. 

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