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Brad And Kimberly Paisley Open A Store In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd celebrated their six-month wedding anniversary yesterday. She posted; ”Half a year into this matrimony thing and I didn’t know it was possible to love you more. I know I’m annoying, but you’re annoying, too, and it’s one of my favorite things about you. Keep loving me, plz.” claims Brad Paisley and his wife, Kimberly, are partnering with his alma mater Belmont University to open a free grocery store called The Store. It will provide groceries to Nashville residents in need. Brad got the idea for the store after visiting a similar one in Santa Barbara.

Kane Brown tells The Tennessean that growing up he was a big fan of Chris Young and Brad Paisley. “When Chris Young came out, I was a little ‘fangirl.’ Just seeing him up on stage and seeing Brad Paisley come out with his light show and his lasers, it was just like, ‘Dude, I want to do this.’ I just started running with it.”

Russell Dickerson tells Billboard magazine that he wants the world to know about his happy marriage. “I love it and I just want to communicate that. Some people try to put on this facade of being single and desirable, but some people want a relationship. That’s what’s changed for me, is being confident in being taken. It’s the best thing ever.”

Cole Swindell tells Songwriter Universe that he enjoys playing sports and working out before his concerts. “Typically, when the day starts off, we don’t have a lot going on until sound check. We usually try to ride to the gym or play basketball every now and then, something to get active and be off the bus for a little while because you’ll go crazy sitting on a bus all day. I like to get out and play golf sometimes. It depends on the schedule.”

Chris Young tells Celebrity Cafe that his grandfather was his biggest inspiration.“[He] is the reason that I know a lot of Marty Robbins songs and a lot of the history of country music. So I think that was, one, really important for me, kind of knowing where a lot of the music came from and just learning it vicariously through him. And two, just any time we would go over to their house, he’s got a whole music room over there so he’s always playing piano or playing guitar or playing a record. So it was just a fun way for me to kind of get my feet wet in the history of the music.”