Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd married in Nashville on Saturday. Ryan tells People magazine that they met while writing songs together. “I met Maren writing songs and I met her when I was starting to have success. We wrote ‘Last Turn Home,’ that Tim McGraw recorded, and we would write and then after we’d go over to a bar in Midtown and have a couple beers. That’s when we started making a real connection, beyond a creative partnership.”
Sounds Like Nashville claims Maren wore a dress inspired by her mother’s wedding gown.
Tim McGraw was inspired by the students who took part in the March For Our Lives event on Saturday. He Instagrammed …
These kids are an inspiration
They are the hope of our world
No matter what, you have to applaud and appreciate their spirit, and their fortitude!
I say right on!
Brett Eldredge celebrated his birthday last Friday by fishing with friends in the Florida Keys. They caught a swordfish. Brett’s dog Edgar celebrated by wearing a Happy Birthday party hat
Bebe Rexha tells Racked magazine that she gets her fashion sense from 90’s pop stars. ”I love Aaliyah, TLC, Gwen Stefani. I love stuff from the ’90s: chunky heels, chokers, ripped or baggy jeans with a tight tank top. It was such a sick time for grunge and hip-hop, and it’s such a vibe that we’re starting to see come back in a lot of different ways again.”
Miranda Lambert was recently performing in Newark, New Jersey when The Oak Ridge Boys joined her on stage to sing ”Elvira”.
Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey tells Certified Country that his kids know when he has a hit record. “You know when you have a hit song when they’re like, ‘Play that one! Play that one! Play that one!’ We always talk about our kids being a great way to judge whether it’s a hit song because there’s something very basic about the way they perceive the music that I think needs to be there if it’s gonna be a hit. You can overthink it a lot, but there’s something very basic about a hit song and if a kid can get it, then you’ve got a good chance, I think.”
Kelly Clarkson tells Rolling Stone that she plans to record a country CD. “I am very particular about it. I’ve started, but I keep changing my idea of what I want it to like because I have so many different influences, even in the country world. I like singer-songwriters like Patty Griffin and Alison Krauss, and the Raising Sand album she did with Robert Plant. I have all these ideas, and I haven’t really nailed down what I want to do. I just really want to do right by it.”