Faith Hill says the CMA Awards stage feels like home, and she's very excited to debut her new song 'Come Home' on Wednesday night. The song is the first taste of a new album that the superstar says will be out "in the beginning of next year."

"First time in five years that I've performed at the CMAs, so I am beyond psyched," Hill says in a new interview with an Ohio radio station. "I just had rehearsal yesterday and it felt great."

Hill mentions working with "Byron" in the interview. That's likely producer Byron Gallimore, who has helped produce the last four Hill albums. Her next release will be her seventh studio project. Check out the entire video of their chat below.

The 2011 CMA Awards begin at 8PM ET on ABC on Nov. 9. Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will host the show, and Blake Shelton will open the broadcast with a performance of 'Footloose' with Kenny Loggins.

Watch Faith Hill Talk About 'Come Home'