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Russell Dickerson On His Marriage In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Luke Combs tells Billboard magazine that he stinks at golf. “I’m a horrendous golfer, though I do enjoy it. The temptation is there, but I don’t want to mess the grass up.”

Maren Morris tells CMT that she loved the movie “A Star is Born”. “It emotionally destroyed me. Beautiful film.”

Maren Morris tells the website Coveteur that her hero is Dolly Parton. “In our genre, specifically, I’ve always looked up to Dolly Parton. I just love that she came out in the late ’60s and ’70s and had her sights so high and wasn’t afraid to cross over into other genres. She wanted to make her music available to everyone, and I love that she doesn’t rely on her appearance to get her point across. She was always so beautiful and very out-there, but she knew she was smart as a whip, and she wasn’t going to try to play dumb to make someone feel more comfortable in her presence.”

Cole Swindell tells Vox magazine that he’s learned something from every person he’s toured with. “Everybody I’ve toured with I’d be crazy not to have learned something from and I can’t thank them enough. My biggest thing is how they always took care of me on tour and now I get to repay the favor.”

Keith Urban was performing in Hershey, Pennsylvania last Thursday when he brought a bachelorette party on stage. The Bachelorette, Dawn Kitch, told him; “Chad is going to kill me. He told me not to bring you home tonight. I’m open to it. I’m not married until Saturday.”

Thomas Rhett and Brett Young celebrated Halloween over the weekend by performing in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles onesies.

Russell Dickerson tells Billboard magazine that fans love hearing about his marriage on social media. “Every single day, there are at least a couple comments like long story short #MarriageGoals. I feel like it makes people, especially females, feel safe around me … they go find me on social media and they’re like ‘Oh my gosh it’s true! He really does love his wife!’ It’s a cohesive image that we’re portraying — but we don’t have to try to do that; it’s just us living our lives.”