Carrie Underwood busts out her rap skills, Thomas Rhett announces his second album's release date, the Hank Williams biopic gets a fall premiere and Luke Bryan announces his annual Farm Tour.
FOX News Radio Entertainment Correspondent, Michelle Pollino has the scoop on the Country music stars making headlines this week:
I'm Michelle Pollino.
During her set Sunday, performing at the Big Barrel Country Music Festival, Carrie Underwood threw in a snippet of Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's "See You Again" but she didn't stop there, pausing only to laugh at herself before launching back into the chorus.
Thomas Rhett said his latest, "Tangled Up", will be released on September 25th, and he says that much like the debut single, "Crash and Burn", the whole album is filled with many of his influences.
The Hank Williams biopic, "I Saw the Light", is set for a November 27th release date. The movie stars British-born actor Tom Hiddleston as Hank and Elizabeth Olsen as his wife, Audrey.
Luke Bryan announced his seventh annual Luke Bryan Farm Tour, kicking off in Fort Wayne, Indiana September 30th. Bryan, as he's done in the past, will set aside a portion of ticket proceeds for local college scholarships.
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