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Nashville News - Tuesday, February 18th

by Christal Blue posted Feb 18 2014 9:19AM
There are men living among us who will admit they love watching romantic comedies, or sappy love stories starring RYAN GOSLING.  THOMAS RHETT is one of them.  He says, quote, "Luckily, I'm a big chick flick kind of guy.  I don't mind watching Nicholas Sparks movies like 'Safe Haven' or 'The Notebook' or 'A Walk to Remember'.  "It's kinda crazy I know all these titles, but, you know, I'm a fan of those kinds of movies and so it's really easy to sit down and watch those with my wife."
CARRIE UNDERWOOD answered some questions during a "One Last Thing" segment with"People" magazine.  When asked the last time she splurged she admitted that she’s not a car person at all, but her husband [MIKE FISHER] is, so she got him one of the new Corvettes.  When asked The last good deed she did, Carrie says  "I went to visit my parents and spent two days cleaning out some messy pens at an animal shelter, Happy Paws.  It was long and grueling, but the people that run the shelter are wonderful."  And when asked The last time she blushed, Carrie said, "I was dancing and acting silly in the box at one of Mike's Nashville Predators hockey games.  I didn't realize I was being filmed until I saw the clips a day later." 

Jason Aldean has sold out another baseball stadium date on his upcoming "2014 Burn It Down Tour." Tickets for Aldean's show at Cleveland Indians Progressive Field on July 18 went on sale on Friday and completely sold out in a matter of minutes. But Jason wasn't done selling tickets for the day. Aldean simultaneously sold out two nights at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, where he's scheduled to play for the first time on September 17 and 18. The first leg of the "2014 Burn It Down Tour" kicks off on May 1 in Roanoke, Virginia and continues on to 45 cities, including five baseball stadiums dates. The tour will also feature special guests Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr, with Miranda Lambert appearing on stadium shows in Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh. (Photo credit:

Whether Eric Paslay is writing a fun party song or a love song, he always tries to convey a message of optimism. Eric tells CMT, "I don't ever want to be an influence of making people feel like life is miserable and awful and you'll never make it. I'm always reaching for the good ending." The songs he writes may be about finding a true love or tearing up the town on a Friday night, but every lyric Paslay puts down on paper is something he can relate to. Eric shares, "We all have a heart and a soul. We're all human. So I think we all know what it feels like to feel this way or that way. There's a truth in every lyric I write." Putting your deepest thoughts and emotions in a song exposes them for the world to hear, but sometimes a song is the perfect place those feelings to be. Paslay says, "It's easy to tell somebody how you feel when it's in a song because you can just say, 'Ah, it's just a song, I made it up…Maybe.'"
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