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Hear Kris Kristofferson's song 'How Many Days' for the Stephen King/T Bone Burnett/ John Mellencamp 'Ghost Brothers' project -- EXCLUSIVE

What happens when Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T Bone Burnett get together, and then rope in a whole crew of their famous musician friends? A supernatural Southern gothic musical called Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, naturally.

The album, due June 4, is stuffed with luminaries — Elvis Costello, Neko Case, Sheryl Crow, and Roseanne Cash all make appearances — but the Kristofferson contribution “How Many Days” is a clear highlight, and you can hear it exclusively here:

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CMA Awards: Eric Church leads noms (and Snoop Dogg's in the house!)

Nominations for the 46th Annual CMA Awards (airing live on Nov. 1 on ABC) were announced this morning on Good Morning America. Eric Church led the way with five nods, including Male Vocalist and Album of the Year, along with Song, Single, and Video of the Year for his hit “Springsteen.” (Not a country music fan? Give that one listen and get back to us.)

Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert scored four noms a piece while Taylor Swift, who earned three noms, was the lone female to make the Entertainer of the Year category. Kelly Clarkson’s nom for Female Vocalist of the Year is slightly less of a surprise than Snoop Dogg popping up in Musical Event of the Year (listen to Willie Nelson’s “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die” featuring Snoop, Kris Kristofferson, and Jamey Johnson). The full nominees list: READ FULL STORY

Kris Kristofferson is an unsmooth criminal in Brandi Carlile's 'That Wasn't Me' video: Watch it here

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Brandi Carlile’s got an ace up her sleeve for her latest video, and it can be told in three words: Kris freakin’ Kristofferson.

To celebrate the release of her fourth album Bear Creek, out today, the alt-leaning folk singer recruited Texas country-outlaw Kristofferson to star as the reformed jailbird in her clip for “That Wasn’t Me,” which you can watch exclusively below.

But when Kristofferson’s konvict kharacter (see what we did there, Kardashians?) gets caught with a sharp blade — it’s for woodworking, he swears! — he gives up, smashing his trusty guitar out of frustration. We don’t want to give away the ending, but let’s just say it stops thankfully short of a full Shawshank.

Take a look at the exclusive new clip in the video below (and click here to buy the album):

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