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Chris Young’s Dogstagram In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Chris Young tells Billboard magazine that he LOVES being a country star. “I only know what my career has been. I can’t speak to what other people have done. The thing that I do love about my career is I do love every minute of it, for the most part. I love writing and producing. I love being in the studio. I love touring. I love being able to go look at what our staging for next year is going be. I love sitting in a board meeting with people talking about stuff about music. So maybe it started a lot slower, but hopefully, I’ve got the kind of career that’s going to last for a very long time. You never know when your day in the sun’s over. There are a billion euphemisms and phrases we can throw out, but you’ve got to make hay while the sun is shining.”

Jason Aldean tells Rolling Stone magazine that fame hasn’t changed him. “Yeah, I mean, I’m not a flashy kind of guy. My idea of having a good time is having my friends over, us hanging out back here watching football and acting stupid. My idea of a good time is not going to a five-star restaurant in downtown Nashville and rubbing elbows with the who’s who of Nashville, ’cause I just don’t care. That’s not fun for me. That gives me anxiety.”

Kane Brown tells People magazine that his date nights with his wife, Kaitlin, have only changed slightly since she became pregnant. “They haven’t really changed. She doesn’t drink anymore — she’s a wine girl and she can’t have any wine. But other than that, it hasn’t really changed. If there’s a cool go-kart track, we’ll go ride go-karts. We like to see movies and go out to eat.”

Justin Moore tells The Oklahoman that “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” came from a song introduction that he always uses during concerts. “I’ve always ended as we go into the song by saying, ‘Here’s to the ones that didn’t make it back home.’ And for whatever reason, about a year or a little more ago, it hit me on stage, I said, ‘Man, I need to write that.’ I don’t know why it took me eight years to realize that, but I guess better late than never.”

Chris Young tells Syracuse.com that he made an Instagram account for his dog.“He’s a German Shepherd named Porter, and he has his own Instagram account, @PorteTheDog. One of my musician friends said, “Dude, I hate you; your dog has more Instagram followers than me.” I said, “He’s cuter than both of us. I don’t know what to tell you, man.”

Dan + Shay’s Dan Smyers tells Billboard magazine that he wants to see more positivity in music. “We write a lot of sad songs, but I was reading a statistic the other day that 98% of pop radio and pop songs have been sad and depressing. I guess it’s cyclical with the state of the world, but it would be cool to see some positivity come back. It does go in waves … you gotta have those [sad songs]. But maybe add some more positivity to music.”