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Dan + Shay’s Beautiful Life In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Kane Brown tells Rolling Stone magazine that he learned the most about life from his great-grandfather. “He owned this store called the Cold Spot, and every day after school I would go and sit in there and just hang out with him and he would teach me everything. Teach me life, pretty much – how to run the store, what goes where, how to clean up, how to sweep. Every day I’d go in there and get minnows and worms and I’d take my pop, which is my granddad, and we’d go fishin’ every day.”

Luke Combs tells Wide Open Country that he wishes he had more free time. “I really wish there were 48 hours in a day. Like, I’d love to also be able to write, and to play a show, and to record. But you have to allow your time, on and off the road. If I could just not have to sleep and have somebody go to the gym for me, that’d be great.”

Dan + Shay’s Shay Mooney tells The Sioux City Journal that he feels like he won the lottery. “Being able to make our living as songwriters and artists is like winning the lottery. Success is being able to do this [for] a living.”

Dustin Lynch tells Billboard magazine that female fans sometimes get touchy-feely with him. “There was [once] a meet-and-greet at the show, and there was this cougar in line. She got a big ol’ handful right in front of my mom!”