Jason Aldean is selling his 120-acre Nashville estate for $7.8 million. The estate has a six-bedroom home, a bowling alley, a wet bar, guest quarters, a 10,000 square-foot horse facility, a pool, a creek, a pond and a wine cellar.
Keith Urban tells Rolling Stone magazine that he cries once a month. “When I haven’t cried in a while, I can tell I get pent-up. Then maybe once a month I have a good cry, one big avalanche of a torrential downpour, and I feel amazing for weeks afterward. The streets are cleaned, the skies are blue, there’s no humidity and it’s beautiful.”
Brett Eldredge tells Pop Culture Country that his dog, Edgar, has a huge fan following. “That pup doesn’t know how famous he is. There are tons and tons of sign in the crowd every night for Edgar Boogie and not for his dad, so I guess he’s stealing my spotlight. He gets tons of gifts every day. The crazy thing is you would think that he would have so many, but he tears them up so quick that it’s amazing that everybody sends his gifts because he’s always got something new to play with and tear up and occupy his crazy energy when he’s by himself.”
Carly Pearce tells Sheet Happens affiliate WMIL that she always thought her boyfriend Michael Ray was cute. “We met each other a couple years ago, just doing radio shows/ I always thought he was cute. I would say within six months, I started to really joke with some of my band, just be like, ‘Man, there’s just something about Michael Ray. I know that he’s cute, but I don’t know – there’s just this weird thing that I have about him. What’s funny is we had each other’s phone number but we didn’t know it. We aren’t sure how we got each other’s phone numbers. We started sending DMs that were all day long. And then finally I was like, ‘You know, you can text me.'”
Chris Lane tells Glamour magazine that he’d rather give up watching television for a month than his social media accounts. “Golly, that’s tough! I guess I’d have to give up TV only because social media for an artist is huge.”
Thomas Rhett tells Rolling Stone magazine that he is not ashamed to dance awkwardly on stage. “I feel like I get a tweet every other day: ‘Can Thomas Rhett’s dancing get any more awkward?’ Which is hilarious to me. But I like to move! What can I say?”