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.

Eric Church set an attendance record at Nashville's Nissan Stadium on Saturday night (May 25). According to a press release, 56,521 fans packed into the venue for Church's Double Down Tour stop there -- so many people, in fact, that the show was delayed to give fans enough time to get into the stadium. “I came here 15 years ago and I had dreams, but I'm not sure I could dream this big,” Church told the crowd. “Tonight is a special night for me … I’m gonna give you everything I’ve got all night long, and tonight is going to be a revival. I promise you.” Church will continue his Double Down Tour through November, when it is scheduled to conclude with two dates in Sacramento, Calif.

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The Country Music Association has announced that Trisha Yearwood, Old Dominion and more artists will be part of the CMA Fest activities on the Close Up Stage. Intended to provide a more intimate setting for music and stories, the stage will feature performances, panels and interviews, including a discussion of Ken Burns' new Country Music miniseries with director Dayton Duncan, Marty Stuart and Kathy Mattea, along with "Jesus Calling," a conversation with Randy and Mary Travis. For a more in-depth rundown of all the 2019 CMA Fest activities, click here.

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Country newcomer Matt Stell has released a brand-new EP. Titled Everywhere But On, the 7-song extended play dropped on Friday (May 24), and includes Stell's rising single "Prayed for You," along with "Home in a Hometown," which features vocals from fellow country up-and-comer Jimmie Allen.

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Country singer-songwriter Olivia Lane has announced that she's got a new EP in the works. Titled The One, the project is set for release on Aug. 9 and includes Lane's newest single, "So Good It Hurts." She'll also appear in an episode of NBC's new songwriting competition show Songland, which premieres on May 28.

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Also in new music news, singer-songwriter Riley Green has announced plans to release a brand-new EP titled Get That Man a Beer via BMLG Records. Set for release on June 14, the project features Green's current single "In Love By Now," along with his No. 1 single "There Was This Girl."