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Garth’s Big Announcement In Today’s Nashville Insider


Thomas Rhett recently threw out the first pitch before a Seattle Mariners game. He was in Seattle to perform with Kenny Chesney and says his pitch went high.

The Tennessean claims Luke Bryan is going to open a Nashville bar called “Luke’s 32 Bridge Kitchen + Drink.” ’32 Bridge’ is also the name of his clothing line. Blake Shelton, Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley, Jason Aldean, John Rich, Alan Jackson and Kid Rock all own Nashville bars.

Jake Owen tells People Magazine that living a healthy lifestyle is a top priority for him. “It’s really important to me to live a healthy life and be the best I can be. Not only for my fans who spend a lot of money to see us play, but I also have a lot of responsibly to the guys who work for me and just my daughter, most importantly. I have a lot of responsibility for her. I want to be there for her. I could be out here raging every night but it’s not worth it.”

Dan Smyers of Dan + Shay tells People Magazine that he and Shay Mooney fight over beer. “We complement each other. We’re very much the same and we have a lot of mutual interests but we’re also different and we balance each other out. I think that’s the beautiful thing about being in a duo. I can’t think about what we would fight about something stupid probably, like whether we should have another Guinness or not.”

The South Bend Tribune claims Garth Brooks is going to play the first-ever concert at Notre Dame Stadium. He says; “To get to go to Notre Dame, to get to play on that field, that’s a childhood dream of mine and everybody else on this planet. We’re honored, we’re flattered, and I hope when it’s over, they look back and they say, ‘Who was Notre Dame’s first?’ And they’re proud to say, ‘Garth Brooks.'”

Garth and Notre Dame are still working on a concert date.

Keith Urban tells People Magazine that he knew he wanted to be a country singer when he was 5 years-old. “I saw Johnny Cash with my father, the power he played guitar and sang with, was just an extraordinary thing… and I knew this was the thing I was meant to do.”