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Carly Pearce Plans To Share In Today’s Nashville Roundup

The Miami Herald claims Keith Urban was recently performing in Charlottesville, Virginia when he honored a firefighter who was killed in a crash because of Hurricane Michael. He dedicated his show to Lt Brad Clark. Brad’s father was in the audience

Blake Shelton tells Billboard magazine that he didn’t recognize Gwen Stefani’s voice when he first heard No Doubt’s cover of “It’s My Life.” “I thought, ‘Man, that sounds like Gwen.’ And sure enough, the DJ said it was No Doubt. I was like, ‘What the –?’ I didn’t know that was her song. I’m still learning, I guess.”

Carly Pearce tells Pop Culture Country that she and Michael Ray plan to share their relationship with fans. “We are two people who just happen to be country music artists, and I’ve never, ever been public with my relationships. I’ve dated people throughout my life and there was always something holding me back. I think that for he and I, we know so much and it happened so perfectly in the sense of us both looking at each other and knowing that this was something real. We’re both very honest artists and I think we want to share with people that, and we want people to be along for the ride because I think it lets people connect with us in the way that I remember watching Tim and Faith or just watching these different relationships where you can see the love.”

Mitchell Tenpenny tells Billboard magazine that he has a lot of alcohol songs.“I’ve got tons of alcohol songs. It’s country music; we have to write about what we know.”

Chris Young tells Rolling Stone magazine that he worked many odd jobs when he was younger. “I’ve got a bunch of those. I played a funeral convention once. York Casket Company pays well, in case anyone’s wondering! My standing gig in college was playing the El Chico patio on Murfreesboro Road. I got $100, tips, and free quesadillas.”

Maren Morris tells Netflix that she listens to 1990’s R&B music before her concerts. “Right before I go out, we usually put on some Lauryn Hill or Fugees, and I’ll do a shot of tequila, just to calm my nerves. These are big shows. I’ve literally come from honky-tonks into this. It’s 20,000 people sometimes. I’m confident, but I’m also scared!”