Jason Aldean has been bringing his six-month old son Memphis on the road with him, and it's definitely making him clean up a lot more.
He says, "I was looking around my bus, and there's baby bottles and formula and diapers. I'm like, 'Man, that is not the kind of bottles I'm used to seeing on my bus.' I mean, my bus life has changed over the years but it's awesome. I love it."
It also looks like little Memphis is going to be a road animal before he's out of diapers. He went on to say, "I think it's going to be fun to watch him out there kind of grow up around all of this stuff… and get to live it a little bit.
"Even though he's little, I want him to sort of have memories of that stuff. So, we'll see. It's a work in progress."
167.9k Likes, 915 Comments - Jason Aldean (@jasonaldean) on Instagram: "Happy Easter everybody! 🐰"
Each new bar that gets opened in Nashville by a country star is unique to that individual artist, but there is one thing they all have in common: each one of those country stars is a man. But that could all change if Maren Morris and Jennifer Nettles have their way. In a message posted on Twitter yesterday, Maren took notice of all the "dude artists opening bars downtown" and issued a proclamation of her own. She tweeted, "When I'm rich, I'm seriously opening one called My Church. All we'll serve is wine, @RyanHurd is gonna grow his hair back out and be the bartender, and it'll be on Church street. You're welcome."
There are so many dude artists opening bars downtown. When I’m rich, I’m seriously opening one called My Church. All we’ll serve is wine, @RyanHurd is gonna grow his hair back out and be the bartender, and it’ll be on Church street. You’re welcome. 🍷💒
And after seeing Morris' tweet, Jennifer Nettles was inspired to throw in her two cents as well. Responding to Maren's tweet, Jennifer said, "Well, I too am opening one. Next door to yours. Naming it "Raise the Bar HIGH", from our Sugarland song 'Settling.'
Kenny Chesney announced that proceeds from his new album, Songs for the Saints, will be donated directly to Love For Love City, Kenny's foundation that was established last year to help those affected by Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean islands. Beyond selling Love for Love City t-shirts and hats at every tour stop, sales of Kenny's new Songs for the Saints album will also be used to raise money for the continued Virgin Island recovery and restoration efforts and the foundation's mission of getting relief where it's needed - something Kenny has been personally involved in.
30.4k Likes, 236 Comments - Kenny Chesney (@kennychesney) on Instagram: "So proud of my team down in the islands. Thank you all for supporting the #LoveForLoveCity..."
Yesterday we announced Cody Johnson and friends are going to have a big concert at the Helotes Fairgrounds! The show will be September 15th, so far only Cody Johnson has been announced, but tickets go on sale this Friday, plus we’re hookin’ you up with win them before you can buy them.