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Stapleton’s Ton Of Unreleased Music In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Pop Culture Country claims Carrie Underwood’s husband, Mike Fisher, recently became an American citizen. He was born in Ontario, Canada.

Eric Church was recently performing in Chicago when he sang REO Speedwagon’s ”Take It on the Run.”

Nicole Kidman tells BW magazine that she and Keith Urban have ordinary lives.”I live in Nashville for a reason. Keith and I actually have a very normal life. We say it over and over again and people always go, ‘Oh yeah right’. But we really do. We work hard for it and protect it.”

Trisha Yearwood tells People magazine that she suffered a wardrobe malfunction while performing with Garth Brooks. She says her three-snap bodysuit unsnapped as she hit the stage. “I walk out on stage and I feel one of the snaps pop, and I’m like, ‘Okay, I got two more’. I took another step or two, the second one snaps. And by the time I get on stage, the third one has snapped. I just did my show and when I left stage I was like, ‘Oh my God, my bodysuit — I’m never wearing another one of these in my life!’ I don’t even remember my performance because I was just so worried about my clothes. No more bodysuits for me; I’m done with that.”

Chris Stapleton tells Vulture magazine that he has a ton of unreleased music in his vault. “Do I have a stockpile of songs? Absolutely. It’s nice to let songs age a bit. You write something and you may think you wrote the greatest song in the world that day. But it’s a little harder to let the microscope sit on it for five, eight, ten years and then listen to it again and go, ‘Hey, I still want to sing this. I still think it’s good. I still want to play it.’ That’s a little more scrutiny than writing something at the moment.”

Kelsea Ballerini tells the Tampa Bay Times that she doesn’t have a normal marriage. “Our normal is not very normal. Our normal is, ‘I’ll see you Monday, have a good week on the road!”