Well, that makes four years in a row.  Reports out of Nashville have confirmed that Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will again host the 45th annual Country Music Association Awards later this year.

The live telecast will be on ABC Television this year and will originate from the Bridgeston Arena in Nashville.
The two were working on the set of their newest video for "Remind Me" when they made the announcement via Facebook.
The CMA's, of course, are among the top honors in country music and this speaks loads to the job Brad and Carrie have done in the past.  
The couple is quoted by Reuters as saying:
"We wanted to take a minute to share some very exciting news," Underwood said in the announcement that was available on YouTube. "The CMA has asked Brad and me back to host the CMA Awards in November."

Paisley had also tweeted earlier that he and Underwood were shooting the video, and photos from both that tweet and the CMA announcement showed them on an undisclosed beach.

Speaking of the CMA's, Brad picked up the CMA Entertainer of the year award last time around.  A nice little addition to his hosting duties.

Steve Moore of the CMA's lauded the decision, saying the couple "have the unique qualities of humor, talent, credibility and natural rapport that makes them a hit with fans and the industry audience."

The CMA's honor categories including

# Entertainer of the Year

# Male and Female Vocalist of the Year, and Album of the Year.

# Single and Song of the Year

# Group of the Year

# Vocal Duo

# Musical Event

# Musician of the Year

# Music Video

# New Artist of the Year

Once again, the live event will be televised on ABC on November 9th from Nashville.