Tim McGraw recently fractured his foot while spearfishing and playing beach volleyball. He suffered two stress fractures.
Billboard magazine claims Rascal Flatts star Jay Demarcus plans to release his memoir on April 30, 2019. It’s titled ”Shotgun Angels: My Story of Broken Roads and Unshakable Hope”.
Jay says; “I’m really looking forward to sharing a pretty personal look at my path so far, as that isn’t something I’ve done yet. In Shotgun Angels, readers will hear never-before-told stories and get a glimpse into what it was like for me coming from Columbus, Ohio, and my journey to Nashville. My ultimate goal is that the book will encourage people that no matter where they are in their lives, they can find hope, comfort, and strength in their faith.”
Pop Culture Country claims Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, and Alison Krauss will present or perform at tonight’s CMT Artists of the Year ceremony. Carrie Underwood, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild, and Kimberly Schlapman, and Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott are being honored.
Luke Combs tells the website Celeb Secrets Country that he can describe himself in five words. “In five words…hard-working, compassionate, honest, funny, charismatic.”
Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard tells Entertainment Tonight that adoption could be in his family’s plans. “I think we’re going to end up if it’s God’s plan hopefully with three kids. We’ve talked about possibly adopting one day, as well. I don’t know if that will be the second or third kid, but we’re going to let a year or two go by, enjoy figuring out how to be parents and then see where it goes.”
Kane Brown tells CMT that he despises bullying. “I think it’s important because sensitive people do things to themselves if they get bullied, and their self-esteem goes down. I think it is wrong in the first place. Nobody deserves to be bullied. I always say just stay positive. If you ever get down on yourself,” he said, “try to find something that takes away that negative. Always find that positive area.”
Maren Morris tells NPR that it took a long time for her to feel comfortable singing her own songs. “It took me a while to have that confidence. I think for a long time I was in a little bit of denial over my voice coming back if that makes sense. I was writing songs that, I thought at the time, I wanted to pitch to other artists. I had some success and I had a few cuts. Then I started to notice publishers and my publisher telling me, ‘Maren, this song is great you wrote yesterday, but I don’t even know who to play it for. It sounds so you.'”