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Carrie Underwood Talks Food and Her Music in Today’s Nashville Roundup


Chris Young tells the Courier Press that he loves playing video games. “Oh, just like everybody else, everybody is big into Fortnite right now. … And I’ll go back and play retro stuff as well.”

Carrie Underwood tells Women’s Health magazine that she loves to pig out on good food. “I have the ability to eat lots of food, I’m a volume eater, and I feel like it’s important to me to make my brain get involved, you know? And step in and be like: ‘You don’t need that because you’ve had X already and this is how much you have left for the day and you’re not even hungry so, no.’ So, I need that accountability.”

Carrie Underwood tells New York magazine that she has no plans to make quiet albums. “I’m never gonna become some folk-y singer where it’s just me and a guitar and I never leave my mid-register. That’s just not who I am. This is part of me. If you have too many songs in a row that are more chill or laid-back, I don’t wanna say I get bored, but kind of. I grew up listening to people that did vocal acrobatics, and I loved it. I listened to every note and would try to teach myself how to do it. That’s just me.”

Luke Combs tells CMT that his first big purchase after becoming a country star was a Ford Fusion. “About a year after I’d moved to Nashville, I’d saved up money in a coffee can and bought a new Ford Fusion. I literally had all the cash in this coffee can. I hadn’t made any money off my music yet, but when we’d play live shows, whatever money I had left over after I paid everyone else went into this coffee can. Every month, I’d count it. At the time, I was driving a 2000 Dodge Neon with manual windows and manual locks. So any car with air conditioning was real nice for me. Then a year later I bought a truck, so I gave that Fusion to my parents.”

Dan + Shay’s Dan Smyers tells Substream magazine that the duo doesn’t worry about straying away from typical country music sounds. “At the core of it all, we’re just music fans. We continue to pull from our influences, but also explore new music: country, pop, hip hop, rock, everything … we need to continue to elevate our game to stand out.”

Hollywoodlife.com claims Miranda Lambert and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, plan to continue living between New York and Tennessee. A source tells the website, “They have no plans to move to New York full time but they will continue to spend lots of time there. His son is there, and they both do love being in the city. But having places in both New York and Tennessee works best for them because Miranda‘s a true country girl, she needs her space and her farm and animals so there is no way she could live full time in New York, or any other city.”