Rolling Stone magazine claims Old Dominion played a charity show at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday. They raised $40,000 for two charities and were joined on stage by Kenny Chesney, Kelsea Ballerini, Sam Hunt, and Michael Ray.
People magazine claims Carrie Underwood is going to perform at the American Music Awards on Tuesday, October 9th on ABC.
Luke Combs tells Country Fancast that fame hasn’t changed him or his family. “I went and visited my grandma, and most of my whole mom’s side of my family, who I grew up around, still live in Charlotte. So I went over to my grandmother’s, and she still watches her soap opera every day at noon. Like, I came in and she was like, ‘Well, what do you want for dinner? Do you want Chinese food or burgers?’ It was the same as when I was living there playing open mic nights. They treat me no differently.”
Saving Country Music claims Allman Brothers Band member Dickey Betts is in critical, but stable condition at a Florida hospital following a fall. Betts was in his backyard in Little Sarasota Bay when he banged his head while playing with his family dog. He is expected to undergo surgery on Friday to relieve swelling on his brain.
Brett Young tells People magazine that he cries when he thinks about his upcoming wedding to Taylor Mills. “One hundred percent — I cry when I think about it. You’ve heard my music; I’m a mess!” As for kids, he says. “The older I get the number gets smaller. I think two or three though, God willing.”
Brad Paisley posted an Instagram video yesterday of himself crying with glitter eyes. Carrie Underwood’s song “Cry Pretty” was playing in the background.
Thomas Rhett tells US Weekly that he wants more kids. “In a perfect world, my wife would want five kids. I would be good with three, so we’ll probably have five.”