BROOKS & DUNN BACK AT THE MIC

Brooks & Dunn's new single, "Play Something Country," is racing up the charts--and now it looks like they'll also be saying something country, as the duo plan to be the hosts of the 39th Annual CMA Awards show. Reprising their hosting role from last year's CMA Awards, Kix and Ronnie will emcee the show as it takes over Madison Square Garden in New York City on Tuesday, November 15. "It's great to know we didn't screw up too bad last year," said Kix. "Obviously we're not comedians  but if we learned anything, it is to stay out of the way and let the great music on the show take care of itself. When you've got 'Country Music's Biggest Night,' the music really does take care of the heavy lifting." Ronnie added, "The Big Apple is a well-seasoned pro. As second year hosts, we're far from that, but we are honored and excited to go to New York and humbly host this year's CMA Awards."

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