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Keith And Nicole In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Wide Open Country claims Garth Brooks is going to perform a new song at the CMA Awards. He told fans on Facebook; “It’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever heard for a female or for someone that you love. And of course I can’t help but think of Ms. Yearwood, so I’m calling it Trisha’s song.”

Radar Online claims Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are looking to purchase a home together in Southern California. A source tells the website; ”Blake and Gwen want to finally purchase a new house they could own jointly and set up permanent roots. They’ve been looking for the perfect love nest — one with a large, lavish garden where they can exchange vows before all of their friendsOpens a New Window. and family. They’ve even been caught kissing while previewing homes and strolling down the manicured streets. They adore the tree-lined private lanes and the whole country feel of the area. It’s a place where they could keep his and hers horses and go for romantic rides at sunset.”

New Idea magazine claims Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman want more children. A source tells the Australian weekly; “Nicole has made no secret of the fact that she wants more children with Keith and this time she’d love a little boy. Nicole and Keith have been looking into options to help have a baby. While Nic’s grandmother had a baby late in life, Nicole knows it will be a struggle for her, so the couple is talking about surrogacy and adoption as well.”

Mitchell Tenpenny tells People magazine that personal grief has allowed him to become a better songwriter. “It’s opened me up a little bit more. It’s easier to think about other deeper things and moments that weren’t necessarily easy to grab out of my memory when you lock everything up if that makes sense. More memories have opened up, for sure.”

Chris Janson tells Rolling Stone magazine that music is the only thing he’s good at. “I feel like I was born to do this. I’m not that good at anything else. I believe that you should try to be a master craftsman at whatever you are doing, but other than music I am pretty subpar. I’m a great husband and a great father, and I can plant the corn but I can’t fix the tractor.”

Kane Brown tells The Chicago Tribune that he buys his own music in stores. “I just walked into Target and saw my album on the shelf. I bought every copy they had in there. I even said it was me. They’re like, ‘That’s not you!'”