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Jake Owen Talks ‘Real Country’ In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Country Fancast claims Luke Bryan is going to kick off the CMA Awards on Wednesday night by performing his song ”What Makes You Country”

Maren Morris tells Country Living magazine that she’s talked to her husband Ryan Hurd about having children. “What’s so great about Ryan is that we’ve always talked about it in a really open way and neither of us has really shied away from that topic.”

Luke Combs tells Billboard magazine that he loves to spend his downtime with his friends and bandmates. “Anytime that I and the guys go out on the road, it’s fun to step away from the craziness of what it is we do. I just enjoy that time being outside with my buddies.”

Jake Owen tells Pop Culture Country that he is looking forward to judging new talent on the upcoming reality TV show “Real Country”. “I am busy, but country music’s important to me. It always has been. That’s why I wanted to be a part of it. And now that I am a part of it, I feel I have a responsibility to the format, in general, to do what I can with my own music, but also help elevate the format. By giving awareness to these guys and girls that are so talented on the show, that’s exactly not only what I’m doing, but I feel like Shania’s doing and Travis is doing, and we’re all happy to be doing this together.”

Garth Brooks tells Billboard Magazine that he loves touring. “What you do on tour is you build this ‘You and me against the world’ thing. You go out from city to city like gypsies, and you play, depending on each other, and love one another. ”

Kane Brown tells Country Fancast that he has always been competitive. “I had to attend so many different schools, and I played so many different sports. My job was to get onto the teams and be the best player out there. I’ve always been like that, whether it’s just video games or anything that I do that I might be bad at, I’m going to do everything I can to win. It’s weird with country music, because no artist will come out and say that it’s competitive, but it is. We’re still family, we still love each other, so it’s just like a game and a job as well.”

Mitchell Tenpenny tells Digital Journal that he was once featured in a documentary about people taking a 3-week boat trip without phones or computers. “That was the biggest blessing that I have had in my whole life. We got to travel 1,000 miles down the Tennessee River and we did that for three weeks. I got to meet so many people that I would have never met before.”