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Garth And Trisha’s Pet Adoption In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks have gotten a new rescue dog named Millie. She is black and white.

Rolling Stone magazine claims Dierks Bentley, Rascal Flatts, Chris Janson, Jimmie Allen, and Eddie Montgomery are going to perform at a Nashville benefit show for the Troy Gentry Foundation. Blake Shelton is going to co-host the January 9th show at the Grand Ole Opry House. Dustin Lynch, Jon Pardi, Craig Morgan, and Lee Brice are also on the bill. The show will also benefit the Opry Trust Fund and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Rolling Stone magazine claims Dan + Shay is going to headline a benefit concert for the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The December 2 Concert for Unity will raise money to help the synagogue rebuild and reopen. Eleven people were killed there during a mass shooting in October.

WKRN claims Kid Rock has been chosen as the Grand Marshal of the Nashville Christmas parade. LeAnn Rimes is going to perform at the event.

Blake Shelton tells Entertainment Tonight that Gwen Stefani runs their relationship. She normally just tells me what we’re doing. So, I couldn’t tell you what they are, yeah, [but] just wherever she is, I’ll be there.”

Kip Moore tells People magazine that tons of women once threw their bras at him during a Cincinnati concert. “[We were] doing, ‘Hey Pretty Girl‘ – which was kind of an odd thing during that song, that sweet innocent song – and there was an onslaught of bras that got thrown on the stage. And before we knew it, the whole band was entrenched in an entire stage full of them. I got to laughing, and it was like the whole entire venue started throwing them … we all just had to stop the song because we were laughing so much.”

Maren Morris tells Billboard magazine that she wants to create a line of hair products. “Being the daughter of parents who own a salon, I think in my mind a dream has always been to create my own hairline just because I change my hair so much. Someday, not in the near future, I would love to really collaborate and make some sort of line for men and women that’s very androgynous-looking, and that works and is all natural and good for the environment. I’ve just always sort of had that on a mood board somewhere.”