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The Kenny Chesney Coffee Table Book In Today’s Nashville Roundup

The National Enquirer claims Miranda Lambert is running her marriage to Brenda McLoughlin. A source tells the magazine, “He came from a very macho profession and culture to a situation where he has no say in his own life because everything is controlled by Miranda and her money and her celebrity. He’s been sucked into her vortex.”

One Country claims Jason Aldean and his wife, Brittany, flew to Mexico over the weekend to attend his little sister’s wedding. Kasi Williams married Chuck Wicks.

Ace Showbiz claims the ex-husband of Band Perry star Kimberly Perry is denying reports he cheated on her. Retired baseball star JP Arencibia says Perry is making accusations against him in a new song to boost album sales.

She posted, “THE GOOD LIFE is a story about the infidelity I experienced. I want you to know that this song was written during a toxic and incredibly difficult time in my life, but I’m singing it to you now with the voice of a woman who has completely regained a strong sense of self, rebuilt her womanhood, and is grateful to have learned so much.”

He responded, ”It’s sad that at 36 years of age today, a person would try to revive a dying career with clickbait. Well, here’s just a little taste of reality to a woman and family that are not in touch with it.”

Nashville.com claims Kenny Chesney is publishing a 456-page coffee table book that will feature 571 pictures that chronicle his career and tour.

People magazine claims Granger Smith’s late son, River, recently saved the lives of two adults with his donated organs.

Granger’s wife, Amber, posted, “We got the letter that our tiny, red-headed hero gave life to 2 adults. A 49-year-old woman and a 53-year-old man. I cried when we opened it. Cried out of sadness & cried out of love. I’m so proud to be River’s mama and I’m so grateful to God that he gave him to us for those incredible three years. I pray these two recipients to live a healthy, joy-filled, full-throttle lives just like Riv,” she added. “It was one of the hardest, yet easiest, decisions we’ve ever made.”

Justin Moore tells the website Cowboys And Indians that he is an amazing cook.“I surprised people that I’m a good cook. I really enjoy cooking. If there’s another career out there that I think would be almost as much fun as what I do for a living, it would be culinary school and that career.”