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Kane Brown’s Special Moment In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Kane Brown tells Extra that he recently got to hear his baby’s heartbeat. He and his wife went to the hospital for their first sonogram when he heard the heart beating. “We went to the hospital and actually checked the heartbeat and we got very emotional. It makes it so much more real, so we were both excited.”

Rascal Flatts star Jay Demarcus tells People magazine that he once put a child up for adoption. He says he was in his early twenties when his girlfriend of one month, Maggie, got pregnant. “We’d had sex one time, but I knew it. I knew she was pregnant. Maggie and I discussed many options, including getting married and raising the child ourselves, but we quickly determined we’d be making that decision for the wrong reason. So we began to discuss adoption. It became evident that Maggie wanted nothing to do with me. There was no interest in the two of us somehow working things out so we might raise our child together. My heart finds satisfaction in knowing that she ended up with a wonderful family, but I’ve had to live with this my entire life.”

Lee Brice tells The Reader that he poured his heart into making ‘Rumor.’ “I was able to take my time and pour my soul into every note and every space between those notes. I didn’t rush through anything and labored over in it a good way.”

Kelsea Ballerini tells the website Delmarva Now that ‘Miss Me More’ came from a personal place. “It was a really important moment for me as a young woman to just say, ‘No, I don’t need to spend my energy being angry or being bitter or being anything other than being productive on working on myself.’ I think that’s a good reminder sometimes that we just need to fight for ourselves and know that we’re worth fighting for.”

Chase Rice tells Billboard magazine that ‘Eyes On You’ is a love song, not a lust song. “It’s a love song as opposed to being a lust song. People love, and it paints a cool picture. It’s universal. Every girl wants to be seen that way. Every guy whether they’ll admit it or not, because we’re stubborn sometimes they want a girl like that, and they want a girl to make them want her like that. It speaks a lot of truth as to what people want in life.”

Brett Young tells Billboard magazine that being a musician can get lonely. “This life is not the glamorous, fun, party life that people think it is. It’s hard, you never get to be home, and sometimes it wears you down. Without these little reminders that you’re supposed to be doing this and you’re in the right place, it would be easy to consider walking away for it for something a little bit less hectic. You’re finding little ways to reward or congratulate yourself to make you feel like it’s all worth it.”