Justin Moore tells Billboard magazine that he thinks it’s crazy when fans or his mother wear clothes with his face on it. “Well, it’s kind of funny, it’s even funnier when you see your mom with it on. It’s obviously humbling.”
Lee Brice has been staying cool during his outdoor summer concerts by taking a cold shower before them. He goes into the shower with his clothes on before heading out on stage.
Whiskey Riff claims Eric Church has been spending time before some of his recent concerts tailgating with fans. They play cornhole, drink beer and take selfies.
Dan + Shay tell Billboard magazine that coffee and smartphones are tour bus essentials. Dan Smyers says; “[I need] my pour-over coffee. I’m very specific about my coffee. It’s called a V60. I brought a separate suitcase for it on the U.K. tour.” Shay Mooney says; “[I have to have] my phone. ‘Golf Clash’ and ‘Clash Royale’ are super addicting [games]. I don’t play them at home because they’re distracting for my family.”
Chris Young tells Syracuse.com that he was raised on choir music and jazz. “I was in a choir a lot. That was a huge thing for me. I grew up like a lot of people, singing in church and that was the first time I had really heard people singing harmonies. I actually am classically trained. As odd as this is, I had a jazz scholarship to Berklee. As much as I sing incorrectly in a lot of ways on purpose, I did have the classical base, which is really helpful when you’re doing 90-minute shows and trying to preserve your voice.”
Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard tells People magazine that he and Brian Kelley rarely get sick of each other. “We pretty much do everything together. That’s how we prefer it. Whether it’s going on a hike or to the gym or just watching football, it’s always more fun if we’re together.”