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Tim McGraw’s Special Birthday Letter In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Keith Urban tells Nova FM that he checks into hotels under the alias ‘Pete Thurman.’ ”Early on I used ‘Pete Thurman’ as the name I checked in under. Early in my career at some big state fair in Minneapolis, and the guy at the front I swear, it sounded like ‘Ladies and Gentleman, Please Welcome, Pete Thurman!’ And that was my check in for a long time!”

Thomas Rhett recently took his family to the set of Sesame Street where they took selfies and pictures with Bert and Ernie, Elmo, the Cookie Monster an Oscar the Grouch.

Tim McGraw wished his daughter Audrey a Happy Birthday yesterday with the following Facebook post.

17 years ago
This little precious jewel came almost 8 weeks early to us!!
So tiny, but so strong!
Her mom, her sisters and I love her endlessly, she is our baby girl and she has grown into an incredibly smart, beautiful and powerful young woman who will be a light in the world!!
Happy Birthday Audrey Caroline McGraw.
You are loved beyond measure.

Blake Shelton tells Music Row that he doesn’t go anywhere when he’s in Los Angeles filming ‘The Voice.‘ “I’m a slug in L.A. I literally leave the show, go to the house, and shut the gate. The only people’s houses that I’ve been to in L.A. are Adam Levine’s, Christina Aguilera’s, executive producer Mark Burnett’s, and Michael Buble’s.”

Dustin Lynch tells Glamour magazine that he is scared of tattoos. “I’m kind of a fan of tattoos, but I’m scared of the lifetime commitment. I feel like I would wake up six months later and want something different. Like, why is there a grasshopper on my arm? I mean, Blake Shelton has ladybugs. What was he thinking there? Now he has to put up with that the rest of his life.”

Dierks Bentley tells Rolling Stone magazine that he came close to burning out before he met his wife. “I was really carrying the torch for the single dude, and my whole mantra was about being single. It was like a train going full speed, [touring] 300 dates a year. I met my wife and I was like, ‘OK, jump on the train.’ But it doesn’t work that way. You have to get on a different train.”