The Tennessean claims Florida Georgia Line singer Brian Kelley is selling his Nashville estate for $6.2 million. The estate features a treehouse that’s connected to the main house by a 30-foot sky bridge. The home also has a recording studio, a circular bed that sits on a custom whiskey barrel frame and a party barn.
Jambase claims Zac Brown Band was recently performing in New York when they covered Billy Joel’s song ”Piano Man”.
Jason Aldean tells People magazine that he doesn’t pay any attention to his haters. “People are very opinionated about things they’re not really aware of. But at the same time, I’m not going to spend all my time defending myself. I am what I am. People that know me or know my situation, they actually know.”
Jake Owen tells People magazine that Country music is like baseball. “I’ve been trucking along for years, putting songs out to the best of my ability, working hard. I kept my head down in times I wasn’t super happy, but I kept plugging away because at the end of the day, even if you’re not the guy with the No. 1 song, you’re still in the ball game. It’s just a matter of when you step back up to the plate. People want you to hit a home run.”
Keith Urban tells the television show ”Interview” that Nicole Kidman saved his life with an intervention. ”My wife put an intervention together – it was love in action. ‘When you’ve got to be a dad. I can sometimes be overwhelmed. I caused the implosion of my fresh marriage. It survived, but it’s a miracle it did. I was spiritually awoken by her. I use the expression: ‘I was born into her’, and that’s how I feel. And for the first time in my life, I could shake off the shackles of addiction. My dad was an alcoholic, and I grew up in an alcoholic’s house – No intimacy. I wished I had gotten sober many years before I did, but I’m glad I finally got here. It has made it possible to do the things I do. I wasn’t at my full potential. I was enslaved, is what I was.”
Carrie Underwood tells Australia’s The Morning Show that she sometimes gets tired of her own voice while recording an album. “In the beginning, when you make the album, you just want to make sure everything’s perfect. So I do listen to it quite a bit in the beginning, and then after that, it’s like, ‘I don’t want to hear myself anymore.’ It’s weird.”