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Pregnancy A Little Harder This Time For Carrie In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Carrie Underwood tells Entertainment Tonight that her second pregnancy has been harder than her first. “It’s definitely different than the first time. When they say every pregnancy is different, it really is. Just different symptoms. I feel like this one is just a little harder on my body for some reason. But it’s been really good. We have picked out a name, but we’re keeping that to ourselves right now. We’re fixing to move. I haven’t bought anything yet, we still have some of the stuff, cribs, and stuff from my son, but we’ll figure it out. We’re about to move so I’ll start buying stuff once we’re there. It’d be pointless to buy it and then move it.”

CBS plans to tape Garth Brooks’ concert at Notre Dame Stadium on October 20th. They will air the show as a two-hour concert special on December 2nd. Garth plans to tour stadiums in 2019.

WECT claims Parmelee has recorded a song to benefit Hurricane Florence relief efforts. The group recorded “Down Town” right after the storm passed through North Carolina.

Lead singer Matt Thomas tells the TV station; “As soon as we started getting photos and videos from our friends and we saw the broadcast on the Weather Channel and the news and my friend back home in Lumberton was sending me a video of him helping people out, everybody was like, ‘It’s bad. It’s bad.’ So I was like, ‘Fellas, we gotta do something,’ We’re raised that way. You see it with hurricanes all the time. Everybody just kind of bands together to do what they gotta do to help each other out and so we felt like we’re part of that community and we needed to do something to help out if we could and it’s through a song.”

Russell Dickerson tells The Journal Sentinel that he doesn’t have a music career without his wife Kailey. “She’s done so much. She’s driven the band’s van, sold the merchandise, took concert photos and meet-and-greet pics, shot and edited touring videos. She’s picking the wine and ‘lighting candles so it doesn’t smell like smelly boys.’ From the beginning, she has been the most vital part of my career.”

Sounds like Nashville claims Martina McBride is getting her own Food Network show called Martina’s Table. It will premiere on Sunday, November 18th and will feature her favorite dishes. Sheryl Crow, Faith Hill, and Little Big Town will make guest starring appearances claims Cole Swindell has teamed with Sugarlands Distilling for a new drink called Peppermint Moonshine. Each jar costs $24.99 and is available online and in select stores. The label features Cole’s face