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The Gilberts’ New Addition In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Matt Stell tells the website Entertainment Focus how his hit song ‘Prayed For You’ came to be. “I wrote that song with two of my best friends in music Ash Bowers and Allison Veltz. Ash and I were in the office and Allison was running a little bit behind but she called ahead to let us know that she had an idea. She came into the office and she said, ‘I just met this guy’ (who is now her husband) and she said, ‘the title just came to her and it was bigger than I could fathom, I didn’t know you from Adam but I prayed for you.’ We started writing at that title and we worked on it two separate days and came out with a song. That was the genesis of it.”

Cole Swindell tells Vox magazine what makes a great live show. “What makes a great live show for me is the crowd. Me (sic) and my guys feed off the crowd’s energy and honestly if the crowd’s rocking we just bring it even harder. It makes it a lot more fun for everybody.”

Brantley Gilbert and his wife, Amber, are the proud parents of a new baby girl. Braylen Hendrix was born on Monday and weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces.

Pop Culture Country says Carly Pearce and Michael Ray have gotten their marriage license. She posted, “Found out today getting your marriage license & buying a good bottle of Cabernet costs about the same”

Luke Bryan tells Rolling Stone magazine that being a family man and a country star can sometimes become exhausting. “Every day when I’m home, me (sic) and Caroline get in bed around 10:00 pm and it looks like we have done a triathlon. It truly is … and Caroline is in the midst of it every day, and she’s jockeying, and her sister helps and our nanny. It’s kind of a village. But it challenges you every day and you learn and learn. You try to get through it every day.”

Russell Dickerson tells the website Cowboys And Indians that he loves going home to Union City, Tennessee to get a great burger. “I got to go to PV’s, to get a burger. It’s just like an old-school burger joint. That’s really the spot, and anytime we go through there, I try to stop by PV’s and get a little burger and fries, ice-cold Coca-Cola and you know, classic American food.”