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Justin Moore on His New Song in Today’s Nashville Roundup

 

Russell Dickerson was recently swimming at a public pool when he attempted to jump off a diving board. He slipped and fell before his butt, back and thighs hit the board. Russell embarrassingly splashed into the water.

CMT says Luke Combs has broken Randy Travis’s Billboard Chart record. His album, ”This One’s for You”, has been number #1 on the Top Country Albums chart for 44 weeks. Travis’ ”Always and Forever” topped the charts for 43 weeks beginning in 1987.

Cole Swindell tells Golf Digest that he loves to watch golf. “When I get home, I’m so tired, all I want to do is lie on the couch and watch a golf tournament. Some of my favorites to watch are, Tiger is up there, as well as Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas. It’d be fun to go hang around those guys, play some golf, have a few drinks, tell stories.”

Eric Church tells New York magazine that he will always collect vinyl albums. “I love the collectible side of music. I love finding rare vinyl. I don’t mind paying a little more for it. It’s like a piece of art. I may never even pull it out of the package. I may just put it up on the wall.”

Justin Moore tells The Oklahoman that he hopes “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” is as meaningful to fans as “Heaven” was. “It’s a song that hopefully has the same positive impact on people’s lives that ‘Heaven’ did. That’s kind of the goal. To be able to travel the country and beyond over the last eight or more years and have people tell me firsthand how ‘Heaven’ helped them through a tough time of losing a loved one was pretty special. It kind of transcended a hit song, so hopefully this one can do the same type of thing.”

Chris Young tells The Charlotte Observer that he tries not to overthink his concerts. “You can pre-plan a lot of things, but you can never really pre-plan night by night how people are gonna respond to what. I can HOPE that they’re gonna sing one part of the song here and we could extend a chorus so that I’ve got the opportunity to let people sing along with it, but there’s always gonna be different things that happen night by night. And you have to leave a little bit of room to be flexible. I think if you’re too rigid with how you plan something, then it becomes a little bit too, “Oh, we know what’s gonna happen next every single time.””