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Keith Urban Reveals New Music And ACM Award Hosting Duties

In
addition to being named the host for the 2020 Academy of Country Music
Awards, four-time GRAMMY Award winner and reigning ACM Entertainer of
the Year Keith Urban today announced the
release of his first new song of 2020.  “God Whispered Your Name” is a
soulful, mid-tempo cut that features Urban’s impassioned and distinct
vocal style.  Listen to “God Whispered Your Name” here: https://strm.to/KUGWYN

“As
if having a new song out today wasn’t enough, I also get to host the
ACM’s in April,” said Urban.  “I’ll tell you – this year already feels
like the most creative and energized
year of my life… and there’s so much more to come. Incredibly
grateful – and ready to roll!”

2020
is set to be a groundbreaking year of music for Urban.  Three
distinctive shows, each with its own production and set list, will
highlight the year on the stage for Urban, including
fourteen concert events only to be seen at Las Vegas’ prestigious The
Colosseum at Caesars Palace, a European tour this May and fairs and
festivals this summer. All, will set the table for a huge 2020, which
will be sprinkled by various song offerings, highlighted
by a brand-new album later this year.

The 55th Academy of COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS™ show will be broadcast LIVE from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas,Sunday, April 5(live 8:00-11:00 PM ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network
and be available to stream live and on-demand across digital platforms on theCBS All Access subscription service.This
will be Urban’s first time hosting the ACM Awards.

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