Luke Bryan tells the Tampa Bay Times that he has no plans to stop singing party songs even though he is getting older. ”I get up there each night and sing songs, and I see my fans smiling. That’s what I always said I would do, however you want to classify it. As I grow older, my music will evolve, too. That doesn’t mean I won’t do the party songs. I don’t think Jimmy Buffett chugs margaritas like he used to in his 30s, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to stop doing Margaritaville. The thing for me is just to try to go with my gut on my music. And at the end of my career, hopefully, I’ll have a diverse well-rounded body of work.”
Country Common claims Kane Brown rented out an entire roller skating rink for his fiance’s birthday last week. The two skated in private before he gave her a birthday cake.
Kaitlin Instagrammed: THANK YOU BABY FOR THE BEST BIRTHDAY YET ???????????? I love u more than you’ll ever know ??”
Dan Smyers of Day + Shay tells People Magazine that he and his wife spent their one-year wedding anniversary watching the video to ‘Tequila’ over and over. “The first thing my wife and I did on our anniversary was watching that video and we were both speechless.”
Dan + Shay’s Dan Smyers tells The Tennessean that he recorded Shay Mooney the first time he ever heard him sing live. “I pulled out my phone and recorded him on a voice memo, which I still have, him just singing with an acoustic guitar. I think I labeled it ‘The Greatest Singer Ever.’ ”
Jake Owen tells People Magazine that he loves living in the one-stoplight town of Kingston Springs, Tennessee. “I love where I am in life right now. I’m finally back in a place where I’m in a small town with a pretty piece of property and really great down-to-earth friends that have kids. And we all have a really nice time hanging out with each other… that’s really what I try to build my life around.”
Maren Morris tells Rolling Stone that her worst habit is humming. “I’m sure my Ryan (husband)] finds it charming, but almost everyone else in my life finds it annoying that I’m constantly humming. My younger sister would always b*tch at me when we were kids because I’d be singing nonsense all day long.”
Keith Urban tells People Magazine that he never wanted to be a lead singer. “I became a singer purely for financial reasons. I couldn’t afford to bring over my five-piece band from Australia, so it was turned into a three-piece band with me as lead vocals.”