Welcome to The Boot's News Roundup, a morning rundown of the news country music fans need to know. Read on to learn more about the latest goings-on in the country, Americana, bluegrass and folk genres.

Grammy Awards winner Brandi Carlile is set to play play a trio of shows at Nashville's iconic Ryman Auditorium in 2020. Set for January 14-16, the shows will feature special appearances from Kim Richey, Lucie Silvas and Natalie Hemby, respectively. Tickets for Carlile's upcoming Ryman dates go on sale on Friday (July 12) at 10AM CT.

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Mitchel Tenpenny and Cole Swindell will join Luke Bryan for his 2019 Farm Tour, a series of six shows at farms across the country. Bryan's Farm Tour kicks off on Sept. 26 in Marshall, Wis., and will make stops in Ohio, Kansas and Michigan before concluding on Oct. 5 in Norman, Okla. The Peach Pickers and DJ Rock are also part of the trek; fans can score tickets via Bryan's website.

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Newcomer Kelsey Waldon has announced plans to release a brand-new full-length album this fall via John Prine's Oh Boy Records, her new label home. Titled White Noise / White Lines, the 11-track record -- which Waldon co-produced with Dan Knobler -- is her first on the label and is set for release on Oct. 4. Fans can pre-order the album, which includes a 7" of Prine and Waldon recordings, now.

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In celebration of the iconic Los Angeles venue's 20th anniversary, Kane Brown will headline a concert at the Staples Center on Oct. 18. Tickets for the show go on sale on July 26 at 10AM PT via AXS.com. "From the Lakers, Clippers, Kings and Sparks, to all the artists that have graced the stage there, they bring the best in entertainment to Los Angeles, and I cannot wait to celebrate the last 20 years and kick-off the next 20,” Brown says in a statement.