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Thomas Rhett On His Musical Inspirations In Today’s Nashville Roundup

The Tennessean claims Midland was recently performing at the Ryman Auditorium when Cameron Duddy split his pants.

Jess Carson told fans, “I hate to do this. Cameron just had to run backstage. The reason is he rocked so hard on the last number that he split his pants.”

Mark Wystrach added, “If you’ve never been to a Midland show, this is pretty standard. You better bring two pairs of pants to a Midland show.”

Kelsea Ballerini tells Parade magazine that growing up she thought she was going to be a veterinarian. “I was from Knoxville and I always thought I was going to stay there and be a vet. I didn’t think that you could just choose to be a singer and go pursue it and be the next Carrie Underwood.”

Brett Young tells Rolling Stone magazine that he enjoys recording love songs.“The best songs in the world are love songs and heartbreak songs. I’m just so particular about what I put on my records. I tried that ‘life’ song, that non-girl song. I just wasn’t happy with the finished product.”

Thomas Rhett tells the Toronto Sun that his new tour is inspired by two R&B stars. ”Honestly, this show was very highly influenced by Bruno Mars and Drake. I got to see both of their shows last year. And watching their production and watching how each song just flowed so well into the next, I gained a lot of inspiration from those two shows.”

Morgan Wallen tells The Daily Reflector that his passion for music began at an early age. “I started singing as soon as I could make noise. My dad was a preacher, so my mom threw me up on the stage when I was like three, and I fell in love with it. I always had a thing for music but never thought I could make a career out of it. I moved to Nashville in 2015, and I’ve been rocking ever since.”

Chase Rice tells “A Drink With” that he passes time on his tour bus by sleeping and playing Cornhole. “I sleep a lot during the day. We started reading a little bit. That bus is so little. We have Cornhole, so whenever it’s not freezing out we do that. I’m getting a compound bow, so I’m gonna start taking that out when I’m not in the middle of the city. That’ll be fun for me. I would take a rifle out if I could. I love hunting.”