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Luke Bryan’s Good Marriage Tips In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Luke Bryan tells Good Housekeeping Magazine that coffee and foot rubs are among his tricks for maintaining a healthy marriage. “I don’t let her know how much I spend on fishing. We don’t have big throwdown fights. If we have a beef, we always talk it out instead of letting it snowball. We have coffee in the morning, just Caroline and me. It’s my favorite time of the day; any time we can have 30 minutes to talk, it’s just great. We do little nights out together. Every night before bed, I rub my wife’s feet. She says they’re the best foot rubs on Earth.”

Thomas Rhett tells Rolling Stone magazine that he looks up to several different country artists that have paved the way for him. “I remember when I was coming up, it was the people like Jason Aldean and Eric Church and Luke Bryan who were doing things in a country that had never been done before. There was no rap in country music before Brantley Gilbert, you know what I’m saying. There was no shaking your butt on stage and singing pop-country songs before there was Luke Bryan.”

Dierks Bentley tells Billboard magazine where his favorite place to perform is. “People always ask, ‘what’s your favorite place to play’ or ‘your best memory from the road’ and it’s always what the last show is. My favorite place to play is where I’m playing.”

Kenny Chesney tells Billboard magazine that his fans get a workout when they see him in concert. “If we do it right, hopefully, we wring every spec of energy out of the fans. Sometimes you can feel a slight ebb during the last song. But what’s more likely to happen, the energy feeds itself, so by the end, they’re hitting a whole other plateau. They may sleep til 2 the next day, but they’re bringing it hard, and they’re not quitting.”

Brantley Gilbert tells The Tennessean that he quit drinking because he didn’t like the person he was becoming. “I’m not a good person [when I drink]. I don’t make good decisions. The only thing that makes me uncomfortable is when people don’t drink around me because I don’t drink. It makes me feel like the naked guy in the corner.”

Chris Lane tells Fox News that he wanted to be a baseball star when he was younger. ”Honestly, growing up I was heavy into baseball and ended up getting a scholarship to play in college. So, the goal was to play professional baseball. After a few knee surgeries, I knew that wasn’t possible and I started putting all my free time into learning how to play the guitar.”