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The Brett Young Family Plan In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Brett Young tells People magazine that he and his wife Taylor are planning for children. “We do want kids soon, and that changes things. I’m excited to start life in general. I’m excited to say ‘husband and wife.’ Like, ‘My wife.’ You know, we’ve been together for a long time, but there are just certain things that change.”

Dierks Bentley tells the Daily News that he has a Zen moment when he’s on stage. “When I walk on stage, it’s the most peaceful moment. I’m yelling, screaming and diving off the stage, but I’m also super present. It has a Zen moment to it. I get paid to travel, I get up there and I play for free. It’s pure fun and what a great feeling.”

People magazine claims Florida Georgia Line and Maren Morris are going to perform during Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin Eve on ABC.

Thomas Rhett tells The Indianapolis Star that he looks up to classic rockers.“Elvis Presley, the Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin never really played it safe. They were always pushing themselves. Every record had similarities to the previous one, but you could tell they were trying to push what they did to a different level.”

Brett Eldredge and his dog, Edgar, are heading back to Illinois to celebrate the holidays with family. Brett says; “We got back home to Illinois, which is exciting because he gets to go crazy and run in the country. You have to hang the bulbs for the tree not as low so he doesn’t try to eat them, because he thinks they’re tennis balls or something. That was a little bit of a problem at the beginning.”

Dan + Shay’s Dan Smyers tells Billboard magazine that he loves bringing his dogs on tour. “We always say no matter how stressful things get or how homesick you get being away from the house or if you miss a note during the show — whatever stresses you out — getting a kiss from a dog at the end of the night makes all the spirits go right back up. We love bringing them on the road … we can keep them safe out on the road and make sure they’re protected because they are part of the family.”