Jason Aldean tells NBC that he often thinks about the Route 91 Harvest Festival massacre that occurred in Vegas 10 months ago while he was performing. “I know in my heart that it’s not my fault that that happened, but it still doesn’t keep you from feeling a little guilty that, you know, people were there for you. That’s not something I want on my résumé for the rest of my life. For me, it’s something that — not that I want to forget — but it’s just something that I choose to not relive over and over.”
The Boston Herald claims Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and Patriots head coach Bill Belichick recorded a video congratulating Kenny Chesney on selling over 1 million concert tickets at Gillette Stadium. Chesney has played 19 shows at Gillette.
Luke Bryan tells The Tennessean that teaching his children hunting and fishing builds good character. “I have to watch it because I put hunting and fishing in front of their school. Not too long ago we went turkey hunting on our farm. I think it develops so much character … there’s no better way to spend quality time with your young’uns than deer hunting or turkey hunting or fishing.”
Carrie Underwood tells Livestrong that she eats as healthy as possible. “For breakfast, I love to make myself a tofu scramble with chopped peppers, onions, some salsa, and toast. I use vegetarian meat and avocado to fill me up. I’m always roasting vegetables, making sweet potatoes, veggie burgers or spaghetti squash.
Thomas Rhett tells Vice News that Chris Stapleton is his idol. “The last 50 songs [Chris] has written, you’d look at them, and be like, ‘There is no way Chris Stapleton wrote these songs.’ And I think from the outside looking in, you probably think Chris hates what I do, and I hate what Chris does, but in reality, we’re ginormous fans of each other. I consider Chris Stapleton my idol. That voice is undeniable. He can do anything. He can write a jazz song, a pop song, a hip-hop song. There’s no genre limit to what that guy can do.”
Entertainment Tonight claims Garth Brooks is going to play at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana on October 20th. Tickets cost $100
Billboard magazine claims Garth Brooks is releasing a new 3-disc set called “Triple Live”. It will feature 26 songs from his three-year tour which ended in 2017. A release date is not yet known.
People magazine claims Miranda Lambert’s once married ex-boyfriend, Evan Felker, will not be reuniting with his ex-wife Staci. A source tells the magazine; “They’re not getting back together. They haven’t even been divorced for two weeks.”