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Keith And Nicole’s Love Notes In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Luke Combs tells Billboard magazine that he loves receiving socks at Christmas.“The coolest Christmas present I’ve ever received is probably socks. My grandma always gets me socks every year and that’s something that I’ve probably never bought for myself. If Christmas wasn’t around and my grandma didn’t get my socks, I wouldn’t own any, probably.”

Dustin Lynch tells People magazine that he loves pop music. “I’ve really been digging Khalid. There’s something really cool about his vocals. He’s the new, outside-of-the-ordinary artist I’ve been checking out. I recently saw Justin Timberlake and it was unbelievable and in the top three shows, I’ve ever seen in my life. He can do no wrong. He’s so talented.”

Nicole Kidman tells Closer Weekly Magazine that she and Keith Urban write love notes for themselves and their family. “We write notes in our house which I think it a sweet thing to do. We’ll leave them somewhere around the house or I’ll leave them for my daughters to discover in their bags or backpack, or sometimes in their lunchbox.”

Entertainment Tonight claims Florida Georgia Line’s new album is titled ”Can’t Say I Ain’t Country”. Tyler Hubbard tells the TV show; “We’re excited. In February, we’re releasing our fourth album. I think Feb. 15 is the official date, so we’re really excited. We’ve been working on that album for over a year now, so BK and I are definitely ready.”

Jason Aldean tells Rolling Stone magazine that his first record deal fell through because the label tried to turn him into a pop star. “Capitol had tried to change my whole image. I wore the cowboy hat and boots, like now, but when I got there, it was during a time when boy bands were big. ‘NSync and guys like that. They wanted me to not look like a cowboy. “Don’t wear a hat!” Every time I went on stage to play, I was uncomfortable. It didn’t feel natural; it didn’t feel right to me.”

Kip Moore tells People magazine that he hates selfies. “I’m baffled at artists waking up and taking selfies in their bed. I could never. When I think about my heroes from, like, Springsteen to Bob Seger, I couldn’t imagine them waking up and taking selfies in their bed. Like, it would destroy me if I saw that.”