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Aldean’s First Concert In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Radio.com claims Florida Georgia Line is going to play the World’s Biggest USO Tour show on September 12th in Washington D.C. They will live stream the show on their social media channels.

Ace Showbiz claims Luke Bryan is going to play a free concert in Nashville to celebrate the grand opening of his new restaurant Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink. The show will take place next Monday even though his restaurant opened back in July.

Luke Bryan tells ABC that his children cause havoc when they are home. “They always have seven or eight of their friends over. Our furniture is constantly getting broken and damaged, but we try not to think about it too much. It’s just life at the Bryans’.

Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey tells the website Coveteur that he loves style and fashion. “My grandad told me when I was a kid to dress for the job that I wanted. He wasn’t talking about this, but it’s like speaking your goals out loud, only through your clothes. It’s all about setting yourself apart, but being comfortable at the same time. I don’t wear anything I feel uncomfortable in. I don’t think any of us in the band do, but I think we all enjoy dressing up a little bit. It’s fun to walk on stage and own it a little bit.”

Jason Aldean still remembers his first concert. He tells CMT; “The first concert I ever went to was Kenny Rogers and the Gatlin Brothers. I just remember sitting way up in the nosebleeds on the side, and they look like little ants down there. But it was the first show I ever went to, and I obviously had a love for music at an early age.”

Thomas Rhett tells People magazine that he sang to his daughter Ada before she was born. “I remember playing a ton of stuff to Lauren’s stomach ’cause my dad told me he played The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin on my mom’s stomach before I was born.”

Carrie Underwood tells Entertainment Weekly that she’s never been better than she is now. “Any job that anybody does, the more you do things the more you get better at them. That’s kind of where I’m at. I feel like I’m at the top of my game as a performer and as a singer and as a songwriter just because I’ve been doing a lot of it, and having a lot of fun with it. I feel like my sound has evolved.”