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Dan + Shay’s New Music In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Randy Houser and his wife, Tatiana, are expecting their first child together. They Instagrammed pictures of themselves in jackets that read ”Daddy Houser” and ”Mama Houser.”

Randy Instagrammed; ”2019 just keeps getting better. Man, it has been hard to keep this secret because we are SO EXCITED. We’re Pregnant!!! BABY HOUSER IS COMING IN JUNE! I feel so completely blessed to have this news to share ???? Can’t wait for the best year of our lives @tatianahouser#babyhouser”

Rolling Stone magazine claims Kane Brown has been covering pop music and classics during his current tour. He is singing All-American Rejects’ “Gives You Hell,” Ben E. King’s “Stand by Me,” Kris Kross’ “Jump, Jump” and Marshmello’s “Happier.”

Kelsea Ballerini recently performed a bathroom tribute to Kelly Clarkson. She sang ”Since You’ve Been Gone” in her bathrobe. Kelsea used a hairbrush as a microphone.

Dan + Shay star Shay Mooney tells Hollywoodlife.com that he and Dan have new music coming. “We’re looking forward to writing more music. Dan and I are going to continue to write and make new music for our fans. It’s going to be a good year!”

Eric Church was recently performing in St Louis when he covered the Beatles song ”Come Together”

Jordan Davis tells Songwriters Universe that he grew up listening to classic country. “So music was always in the family…we were always listening to music. I didn’t realize how much we listened to music until I got around some other friends, and I’m like, ‘You mean, you don’t have music playing all the time?’ Yeah, the music seed got planted pretty early. I grew up listening to songwriters like John Prine, Jim Croce, and Kris Kristofferson. The seed got planted and it’s just been growing ever since.”

Thomas Rhett tells Southern Living magazine that he doesn’t think of his daughter Willa Gray as adopted. “The word ‘adopted’ doesn’t even make sense in my head anymore really. I know that it happened and I remember it very vividly, but it kind of feels like she has just always been here. Even though Willa Gray comes from a whole different part of the world, she’s ours and it feels like she wasn’t.”

Jason Aldean tells Rolling Stone magazine that he isn’t on a quest to constantly “reinvent” himself. “I don’t necessarily know if ‘reinventing’ is the right term. I do what I do. It’s what comes naturally. It’s what I enjoy doing. So I think every album that I make, it has that country-rock, muscle country, whatever, vibe. But that’s because those are the instrumentations I like. I like the big guitars with distortion. I like [having] a bass player who almost plays the lead. When me and my band get in there, that’s the stuff that works. I think that’s a lot of what makes us sound different.”