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Eric Church, Bruce Springsteen To Headline Stand Up For Heroes Event in Today’s Nashville Roundup

 

Simon Cowell tells Extra that Garth Brooks wants to work with America’s Got Talent singer Michael Ketterer. Simon said Michael and Garth need to work together after Michael performed an amazing song on AGT. “We’ve heard from Garth and it’s positive. Not that he could write a song for him for the final. That would be unfair. But he does want to work with him. He’s being incredible in reaching out to us. Loves Michael. So, fingers crossed.”

Alan Jackson has canceled two upcoming concerts in North Carolina and South Carolina because of Hurricane Florence. Entertainment Tonight claims Zac Brown Band and Jason Aldean have also cancelled shows due to the storm.

Dylan Scott tells the Huffington Post that he lives by a simple mantra. “I can’t really speak for anybody but myself, but in my eyes, it’s like the quote says, ‘Live generously and life will treat you royally’, and that’s kind of what’s happened to me so far, is just being humble, and being nice to people, and you know, things go your way.”

Cole Swindell tells Songwriters Universe that he’s big on writing his own music.“I try to write as much as I can, because I think it’s easier to tell your story when you’re writing it. But you know, it’s pretty crazy when somebody else writes songs that express exactly how you’re feeling.”

Luke Bryan tells Comedy Central that he doesn’t have the ‘equipment’ to twerk.“I’ve learned about twerking. I can’t twerk. To twerk, you’ve gotta have another layer of like sponge or something. So I don’t have that.””

Billboard magazine claims Bruce Springsteen and Eric Church are going to perform at the Stand Up for Heroes fundraiser on November 5th at Madison Square Garden. Jon Stewart, Jim Gaffigan and Seth Meyers will headline the show, which benefits injured veterans and their families.