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Country Stars Remember Burt Reynolds In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Country Stars React To Burt Reynolds’ Death

Reba – ”My good friend has started a new journey. Rest in my peace, my friend. I’ll never forget the wonderful times we spent together.”

Dolly Parton – “Oh how sad I am today along with Burt’s millions of fans around the world as we mourn one of our favorite leading men. I know we will always remember his funny laugh, that mischievous sparkle in his eyes, and his quirky sense of humor. You will always be my favorite sheriff, rest in peace my little buddy and I will always love you, Dolly.”

Travis Tritt – “So sad to hear of the passing of Burt Reynolds. Loved his swagger, sense of humor and good ole boy persona.”

Big & Rich – Burt Reynolds. “A trailblazer, Hollywood legend, and a true hero of ours. Thank you for the incredible films and memories. We’ll miss you.”

Charlie Daniels – “The CDB family is saddened to hear about the passing of Burt Reynolds. Prayers for his family and loved ones.” – TeamCDB

Blake Shelton – “Extremely sad to hear about the passing of Burt Reynolds. Possibly my favorite personality of all time. Thoughts and prayers to his friends and family.”

Scotty McCreery tells Country Fancast that he and his wife Gabi ate mystery meat during their honeymoon in Bora Bora. “We thought it was liver. It was a brain, apparently. Worse.”

Luke Bryan tells Rolling Stone Magazine that he won an award for “Most Improved” in school. “When I was in grade school, I won an award for most improved. I was the kid who started out the dumbest and ended up most improved. I was excited about that.”

Garth Brooks tells People Magazine that his children are his greatest achievement. “Kids are the greatest joy and the greatest heartache you’ll ever have. The saying is, as long as your babies are healthy, everything else you can deal with. If they have D’s, if they flunk, you deal with it. You can introduce them to the Lord, teach them manners, teach them to believe in themselves, but the truth is, they’re going to be who they’re going to be.”

Russell Dickerson tells PopCulture Country that he wrote his hit song ‘Blue Tacoma’ after a trip with his wife. “The song is about a road trip my wife and I got to take up and down the Pacific Coast Highway. It’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. So, I had to write about that and my beautiful wife, and taking a little road trip in a blue Tacoma.”

Cole Swindell tells Billboard Magazine that a fan once asked him to sign a chicken finger. “I remember one night, someone brought back some chicken fingers. I don’t think they were being serious, but they asked if I wanted to sign one of those. I think I messed up my Sharpie. I don’t really know if they wanted to be at the meet-and-greet, but I signed it. I don’t think it stayed on there very well. You never know what you’re going to see in the autograph line.”