Country Music

Carly Pearce and Lee Brice are even more “Happy Now” that their single has been certified platinum

Electric Machine/CMA Carly Pearce and Lee Brice celebrated yet another milestone this week with their chart-topping duet, “I Hope You’re Happy Now.” The song officially received RIAA Platinum certification, and the two artists were presented with a celebratory plaque during Wednesday night’s CMA Summer Stay-Cay event.

“Having songs that meant something to people was always my dream,” Carly reflected of the new honor. “To see these songs reach such big milestones and see that my music is making an impact on people’s lives is more than I ever could have hoped for.”

The song, which comes off Carly’s self-titled sophomore album, has topped 225 million global streams.

“I knew when I heard this song for the first time that this was something special, and I’m honored that Carly asked me to be a part of it,” added Lee. “Thank you to all the fans for loving this song as much as Carly and I did recording it and making this a platinum hit.”

On the same day that “I Hope You’re Happy Now” earned her a platinum certification plaque, Carly also officially received gold certification for her 2017 single, “Hide the Wine.”

It was a night full of career celebrations during a recent period that's been pretty tumultuous for Carly. Just days after celebrating “I Hope You’re Happy Now”’s ascent to the top spot at radio, news broke that she was filing for divorce from her husband of eight months, fellow artist Michael Ray.

By Carena Liptak
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Keith Urban will be the special guest on a new “country twerk” song from Breland

ABC/Mark LevineAtlanta-based upstart Breland dropped a bombshell during the CMA Summer Stay-Cay on Wednesday night: He’s planning to feature Keith Urban on an upcoming new track, which he describes as “country twerk.”

Even before officially announcing that a duet was in the works, Breland had been teasing some kind of collaboration with the country superstar.

Earlier in the week, he posted a montage video of himself quietly geeking out over getting to visit Keith’s house, ending the clip by proclaiming “I’m in Keith Urban’s house!” before panning across a recording studio to reveal Keith smiling and strumming a guitar.

Keith isn’t the first country A-lister who’s teamed up with Breland. Sam Hunt recently jumped on a remix of the rising singer-songwriter’s “My Truck,” a swagger-filled, genre-blending ode to the singer’s favorite set of wheels. 

In addition to making waves with big-name collaborations, Breland recently marked Juneteenth by releasing Rage & Sorrow, an introspective, three-track EP that addresses police brutality, racism and his complicated relationship with masculinity.

By Carena Liptak
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I don’t know how to prepare you for what @KeithUrban and I made but I can tell you it’s my FAVORITE SONG EVER.

— Breland (@breland) June 26, 2020


Country star trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockOn this date in 1991, this Georgia native and Grand Ole Opry member released her self-titled debut album. It included her breakout hit, “She’s in Love with the Boy.” Can you name her? ANSWER: Trisha Yearwood.

By Carena Liptak
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“Got What I Got”: Jason Aldean’s new music video shares a sweet peek into his quarantine family life

ABC/Eric GebhartJason Aldean highlights sweet family moments in the new music video for “Got What I Got,” which debuted during the CMA Summer Stay-Cay on Wednesday night.

Filmed during the COVID-19 quarantine in Destin, Florida, the clip focuses on the star at home with his wife, Brittany, and their two young children, Navy and Memphis. After the kids go to bed, the couple enjoys a date night in, complete with vinyl records and Jason’s own Wolf Moon Bourbon brand, which he created with Florida Georgia Line.

Elsewhere in the video, the couple stroll on the beach, take a drive around town and spend time with family. Given the current pandemic, keeping the video’s treatment small and scaled down was the only option Jason had. However, focusing on family fits perfectly with the single’s message of gratitude for a loving, lasting relationship.

“Got What I Got” was the second single to be released off of Jason’s newest album, 9. It followed the project’s hit lead single, “We Back.”

By Carena Liptak
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Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockSugarland bandmate Kristian Bush is teaming up with Ram Trucks tonight for the next installment of their virtual concert series, Ram Jam Sessions. You can catch his live performance on Ram Trucks’ Facebook page at 7PM ET.

Country newcomers Avenue Beat have scored almost 10 million views on TikTok with a snippet of their very NSFW song, which shares how they really feel about the year 2020. The song found a famous fan in Maren Morris, who voiced her approval on Twitter.

John Prine has been named the first-ever honorary Poet Laureate in his home state of Illinois. He’s being honored posthumously, following his death in April of complications of COVID-19.

By Carena Liptak
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Matt Stell's moving "Everywhere But On" from some sort of Fourth of July celebration

Matthew BerinatoAs America prepares to celebrate its birthday this weekend, it'll be an Independence Day unlike any we've experienced before, due to the ongoing protests and the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Still, for Matt Stell, the Fourth of July brings back memories of summers spent in his native Arkansas.

"Me and my dad always threw a big Fourth of July party," he reminisces. "We'd cook and we'd eat and have people over, and we'd shoot off a bunch of fireworks and throw bottle rockets at each other. It was a lot of fun."

With everything going on, the "Prayed for You" hitmaker still has hopes of keeping the tradition alive, even if it's scaled down quite a bit.

"This year will be a little bit different for everybody," he reflects, "but man, hopefully, we'll still get to maybe get outside and cook some meat outside. That'll be fun." 

Matt also has another reason to celebrate: His heartbreak ballad "Everywhere but On" is on the verge of cracking country's top twenty.

Meanwhile, Matt's just released the socially-distanced "Many Matts" music video for "If I Was a Bar," where he plays all the characters in the clip. At the same time, he's continuing to ready his major label debut for later this year.

By Stephen Hubbard
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Mommy-shamed Maren Morris considers “curbing” how many pictures she shares of baby Hayes

ABC/Image Group LASince Maren Morris welcomed baby Hayes this spring, she and her husband, fellow artist Ryan Hurd, have been sharing plenty of adorable snapshots of him on social media.

However, the singer says that might change, in part because she's been the target of some mommy-shaming.

This week, Maren posted a photo of herself and Hayes enjoying a day at the lake, wearing matching swimsuits and sunglasses and riding on board an inflatable boat. Of course, one Twitter user had to chime in and ask why Hayes wasn’t wearing a life jacket.

While many fans jumped to Maren’s defense, the singer explained that she has to deal with that kind of commentary every time she shares a picture of her son.

“Honestly, I get so many criticisms of my motherhood on anything I post of Hayes, so I may just discontinue posting photos of him,” she responded. “Sucks but it’s kind of where I’m at.”

Among those who chimed in to support Maren: fellow country artist Mickey Guyton, who encouraged her not to take the Twitter trolls’ words to heart.

“You’re an amazing mother and those that have something to say don’t deserve to see this beautiful life you’ve created in love,” Mickey wrote.

In response, Maren thanked Mickey for the support, saying that she and Ryan had been considering scaling back how much they share about their baby for other reasons, too. Still, she admitted that the negativity she was facing was especially hurtful, since so much of it was coming from other moms.

“We talked about curbing posting photos anyway now that he’s a little bit older, but the added crap from (mostly other moms) folks definitely forced our hand,” Maren pointed out.

By Carena Liptak
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Motor-floatin’. ⛳️✨ pic.twitter.com/hQw4sXGSle

— MAREN MORRIS (@MarenMorris) June 30, 2020

 


“Stay safe and patient...”: Brooks & Dunn postpone their Reboot Tour to 2021

ABC/Image Group LAAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose a threat, Brooks & Dunn are postponing their planned 2020 Reboot Tour until next fall. The tour’s launch date has been moved from this fall to September of 2021.

It’s not the first time concerns over the virus have caused the superstar country duo to push their trek, which will be the first they’ve embarked on together in a decade. The Reboot Tour was originally planned to kick off in the spring of 2020. The pair changed those plans in March, hoping that it would be safe to tour again by the fall. However, it's still too dangerous for large groups of people to gather.

“Brooks & Dunn’s Reboot 2020 Tour is proactively being rescheduled to 2021 out of an abundance of caution,” the band wrote on social media, explaining that tickets will be honored on the new dates and refunds will be available for anyone who can’t make it to the show in 2021.

“We want to thank you guys for your understanding,” they added. “Stay safe and patient, and we can all be together soon!”

Many other artists, including Kenny Chesney, Maren Morris and The Zac Brown Band, have also wiped their 2020 tour calendars clean in the interest of slowing the virus’ spread. Some acts, like Garth Brooks and Keith Urban, have tried to find creative ways to safely perform, even experimenting with a drive-in concert format.

As the months begin to pile up since the COVID-19 shutdown took effect, however, a few artists have chafed at the shutdown. Chase Rice and Chris Janson both played live shows last weekend, subsequently facing harsh criticism from other artists for putting their fans and crew at risk for exposure.

By Carena Liptak
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Brooks & Dunn’s REBOOT 2020 TOUR is proactively being rescheduled to 2021 out of an abundance of caution. Head to https://t.co/pqwY4Fijxe for more details. We want to thank you guys for your understanding, stay safe and patient and we can all be together soon! pic.twitter.com/ckuhu2Q1e2

— Brooks & Dunn (@BrooksAndDunn) July 1, 2020


Tenille Townes’ stacked “Big Hearts for Big Kids” virtual benefit raises $89,000

Weston HeflinTenille Townes hosted a virtual version of her annual “Big Hearts for Big Kids” fundraiser concert this week, performing a set from the stage of Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.

A long list of country stars offered from-home performances, too. Dierks Bentley, Luke Combs, Brandi Carlile, Ashley McBryde and more joined the lineup, helping the event raise a total of $89,000. Since its 2010 launch, “Big Hearts for Big Kids” has raised over $2 million for children in need.

Proceeds from the event benefit Sunrise House, a youth shelter located in Tenille’s hometown of Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, as well as the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee’s Troup 6000.

“Thinking about how difficult circumstances can make the beginning of somebody’s story always breaks my heart,” Tenille wrote on Instagram after the event. “But nights like last night always inspire me because we really can show up for each other. Thank you for showing up last night.”

During her set, Tenille dipped into her brand-new debut album, The Lemonade Stand. The project features her breakout hit, “Somebody’s Daughter,” which is itself a meditation on the impact of homelessness and the fact that everyone has a story, no matter their circumstances.

In case you missed it, the "Big Hearts for Big Kids" concert will be available to watch on Tenille's YouTube channel for the next week.

By Carena Liptak
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What a night. You guys just absolutely blow me away. Last night we all came together for Big Hearts For Big Kids and raised $89,000 for The Sunrise House, and Girl Scouts Troop 6000 of Middle Tennessee. Thank you for believing in these kids & for your incredible donations. 😭❤️ pic.twitter.com/YzJc0SBWKn

— Tenille Townes (@tenilletownes) July 1, 2020


Country Music Hall of Fame extends closure through the end of July

View Pictures/Universal Images Group via Getty ImagesDue to the continued threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has once again extended its shutdown. The downtown Nashville location will now remain closed to the public through July 31.

In a statement, the Hall of Fame CEO Kyle Young stressed the importance of keeping visitors and staff safe, especially as COVID-19 case numbers rise in Tennessee and beyond.

“With the recent increase of COVID-19 cases in Nashville and throughout the country, we determined it was necessary to extend our temporary closure to protect the health of our staff and guests,” he explained. “We look forward to welcoming guests and having them explore our galleries once again. When we reopen, we want to make sure it is in the safest possible environment.”

Before making the decision not to re-open as originally planned in June, the Hall of Fame had already decided to cancel in-person events -- such as performances, screenings, summer camps, the internship program and family programming -- through the end of July.

However, the Hall of Fame is helming a number of online offerings to tide country fans over until it’s safe to re-open. Would-be visitors can listen to episodes of the museum’s Voices in the Hall podcast, watch its weekly Songwriter Sessions live on Instagram, and enjoy a number of family-friendly online workshops.

By Carena Liptak
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Granger Smith reckons with guilt and forgiving himself, one year after son River’s death

Disney Channel/Chris HolloIt’s been a little over a year since Granger Smith and his wife, Amber, lost their 3-year-old son, River, in a tragic drowning accident. In a new interview with People, Granger looks back on his healing journey over the last year, and confronts the grief and guilt he still experiences today.

“[Returning to performing after River’s death] was terrible. But I knew that would be a critical part of my healing process, and my gut instinct was right,” he recalls, adding that the worst part was imagining that the audience was “staring at me like, ‘There’s the failed father up there.’”

Though Granger and Amber did everything they possibly could to save River’s life, both parents admit that they still struggle with guilt in the wake of the tragedy.

“I know that there’s going to be a time when I’m going to forgive myself, but I’m not there yet,” Granger says.

“I don’t know if we ever truly will be able to forgive ourselves. I pray that we can. I hope we can,” adds Amber.

Granger says that the experience of losing a child and the grief that ensued have been transformative for him, both as a person and as a songwriter. Fans can already hear that shift in his latest release, “That’s Why I Love Dirt Roads,” and it’ll continue to be present in his next musical project, which is due out in September.

“There is a lot of feeling from him in this album,” the singer acknowledges, though he says there won’t be many direct references to River in the project.

By Carena Liptak
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Are Gwen and Blake planning to tie the knot this summer?

NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty ImagesThey're not even engaged, but US Weekly claims that longtime partners Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are so eager to get married that they may tie the knot this summer.

The mag quotes a source as saying the couple is “keen to make it happen as soon as possible,” but safety is their priority amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“COVID-19 has turned their world upside down, as it has with so many families,” the mag quotes an insider as saying. "Gwen knows she is blessed and wants to have the wedding as soon as social distancing guidelines are lifted.”

So, while they want to go "all out” for a big summer wedding, the source notes, "It won’t be the end of the world if they have to move things back till the fall.”

Either way, there are allegedly two ceremonies planned -- one in L.A., and one on Blake's ranch in Oklahoma. A second source dishes, "Oklahoma gives the couple more privacy and the possibilities are endless for a wedding reception people will talk about for years."

Gwen started the process of annulling her first marriage, to Bush singer Gavin Rossdale, in March of 2019, so that she can have her marriage to Blake recognized by the Catholic church.  However, she's apparently no longer willing to wait for that to happen.

A source told the mag last month that Gwen now realizes "waiting for the annulment at this point is just futile because it could take years for the church tribunal to issue the decision.”

Gwen and Blake went public with their romance in November of 2015.  They've been quarantining together, along with Gwen's three sons with Gavin: Kingston, 14, Zuma, 11, and Apollo, 6.

By Andrea Dresdale
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'Bettie James': Jimmie Allen’s collaboration-packed new EP will spotlight family ties

BBR Music GroupJimmie Allen’s got a new EP in the works, and his next batch of tunes will feature more than a few special guests. Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Tim McGraw are just a few of the familiar voices that will make an appearance on the project, which is called Bettie James.

Other guest stars will include Charley Pride, Mickey Guyton and The Oak Ridge Boys. Jimmie isn’t limiting himself to country duets, though: Rapper Nelly, Christian artist Tauren Wells and actrRESS/singer-songwriter Rita Wilson are also featured on the project. Bettie James also includes “This is Us,” Jimmie’s current single with rising pop star, Noah Cyrus.

Despite the long list of big-name artists contributing to the project, Bettie James’ most meaningful special guests are the two family members who lend their names to Jimmie’s new EP. Those are his father, James Allen, and his grandmother, Bettie Snead, who both died over the past decade.

“My dad and grandmom were two completely different people, but both played a huge part in my life,” Jimmie reflects. “Since they died, I have been wanting to leave trails of their legacies throughout my music.”

Jimmie adds that this project, and all the artists who helped him make it, tie together his love of music and love of family.  “Each artist has touched the life of my dad, my grandmother and me through their music,” he says.

Bettie James is due for release on July 10.

By Carena Liptak
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Country star trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockOn this day in 1955, this legendary "Crazy" singer made her Grand Ole Opry debut. She was introduced by Ernest Tubb and performed "A Church, a Courtroom and then Goodbye." Can you guess who it is? ANSWER: Patsy Cline.

By Cillea Houghton
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Following her split from Michael Ray, Carly Pearce introduces her new puppy

ABC/Image Group LACarly Pearce rocked the country world earlier this month when news broke that she'd filed for divorce from her fellow artist husband, Michael Ray. But this week, Carly revealed that she’s already found new love -- and it’s the furry, four-footed variety.

In her first social media post since her breakup became public, Carly posed with her adorable new puppy, whose name is June. The sweet selfie also features a backdrop of a few of the singer’s favorite things: Wine glasses, a snapshot of one of her live shows, and a framed copy of the sheet music to traditional hymn “How Great Thou Art.”

Carly hasn’t yet spoken publicly about her split from Michael. However, just days before the news of her divorce, she reflected that the pandemic has given her an unexpected burst of creativity, adding that she’s been hard at work on new material despite the fact that her last album just came out in February.

Michel and Carly tied the knot last fall, after an adorable courtship that quickly made them one of the genre’s favorite couples. Several weeks ago, some eagle-eyed fans began noticing that the two of them had stopped commenting on or appearing in each other’s social media feeds.

Sadly, after just eight months of marriage, the couple officially called it quits. It’s been an emotionally tumultuous few weeks for Carly, who also recently celebrated her latest chart-topping hit, a duet with Lee Brice called “I Hope You’re Happy Now.”

By Carena Liptak
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Hi. Meet June 🤍 pic.twitter.com/FtwUuKWKxF

— Carly Pearce (@carlypearce) June 30, 2020



Lindsay Ell pours "Two Pina Coladas" for 'CMA Summer Stay-Cay,' as she hosts online special with Jimmie Allen

Country Music AssociationThe annual CMA Fest may've been impossible in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Country Music Association's still found a way to have a party -- several, in fact -- with the fans.

The first happens today at 6 p.m. ET, as CMA Summer Stay-Cay kicks off on YouTube and Facebook, hosted by Jimmie Allen and Lindsay Ell

"It's gonna be fun," Jimmie predicts. "I have no idea what you can expect, because I have no idea what I'm going to expect, but I know it's gonna be fun."

"She's a friend of mine," he adds of Lindsay, "and every time, you know, we're around each other, it's always a good time. She always brings everything she's got. So it's gonna be fun, for sure."

Lindsay offers a few more details about what she has up her sleeve.

"Fans can expect a lot of laughs, a lot of games," Lindsay explains. "Jimmie and I always make fun of each other. We're label mates. We're good friends. So it's gonna be a lot of fun, let me just say."

The "What Happens in a Small Town" hitmaker also teams up with Lauren Alaina and Cassadee Pope for a trio version of the Garth Brooks classic, "Two Pina Coladas."

"My CMA Stay-Cay performance is full of summery things, beautiful girls -- some of my my best friends in town," Lindsay says. "I'm so excited for you to see it. You're definitely gonna feel like the summer has started."

The summer fun continues on Monday, July 13, when Luke Bryan hosts the three-hour CMA Best of Fest special starting at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. 

Look for Kane BrownJason AldeanLuke CombsEric ChurchBrothers Osborne and many more on tonight's CMA Summer Stay-Cay as well.

By Stephen Hubbard
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Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockGranger Smith and his wife, Amber, are appearing on the Today show this morning to discuss the tragic passing of their three-year-old son, River, last summer due to a drowning accident in the family's pool. The couple will discuss how they've been coping and raise awareness for water safety and the River Felly Fund. The interview airs during the 9 a.m. ET hour. 

Kree Harrison has released the lyric video for her song, "Chosen Family Tree." It's the title track of her upcoming album. 

By Cillea Houghton
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Kane Brown signs on for 'CMA Summer Stay-Cay'

CMACMA Summer Stay-Cay just got "Cool Again" with the addition of Kane Brown to the lineup. 

Kane is set to perform during the multi-hour livestream event tomorrow, alongside a hefty roster of country stars including Luke CombsLady ABrothers OsborneCarly PearceBrett Young and many more. 

There will also be a "Women of Summer" performance featuring Lauren AlainaCassadee Pope and Lindsay Ell, who is co-hosting Summer Stay-Cay with Jimmie Allen.  

A series of collaborative performances will take place, including Jimmie with Lanco, Carly and her "I Hope You're Happy Now" duet partner Lee Brice and Jordan Davis with Kassi Ashton

Jason Aldean will appear with the video premiere of his new song "Got What I Got," while Eric Churchwill host a retrospective of the one-of-a-kind acoustic medley he performed at 2019 CMA Fest.

Rascal FlattsGabby BarrettScotty McCreeryRussell Dickerson and Maddie & Tae are among the many other artists participating in the variety of games and activities.  

CMA Summer Stay-Cay will broadcast on the CMA YouTube and Facebook pages tomorrow night at 6 p.m. ET. 

By Cillea Houghton
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Lanco launches 'Love Runs Deep' initiative to help Nashville families in need

ABC/Image Group LALanco is stepping up to help their Nashville neighbors. 

The band has launched the "Love Runs Deep" initiative in partnership with the nonprofit mobile app. Purposity. It connects nonprofits with the local school systems to provide essentials to those in need, following the tornado outbreak that decimated parts of Nashville and nearby Putnam County in March. 

The band has already been able to pay it forward by providing essential needs for a mother and her daughter who lost everything in the tornado.  

“We realized if neighbors were hurting before the pandemic because of that destruction, they are really hurting now with added COVID-19 circumstances. We wanted to help our neighbors in need, but we just did not know where to start," Lanco frontman Brandon Lancaster says.

"That is where Purposity comes in and we are thrilled to partner with them to create 'Team Lanco' so we, along with our fans, can make a difference.”

"Love Runs Deep" is named after a line in Lanco's current single, "What I See." 

Fans can download Purposity and join the "Team Lanco" page, so they can see the various requests that need to be met across the city. The group is also supporting the charities Safe Haven Family Shelter and Make-a-Wish Middle Tennessee.

By Cillea Houghton
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Russell Dickerson and wife Kailey expecting a baby boy

ABC/Image Group LARussell and Kailey Dickerson announced that they're having a baby boy in the most adorable way. 

On Monday, Russell posted a video on social media sharing the news with fans. The video begins with the couple waiting in the doctor's office for their appointment when Russell reveals that he's going to find out the sex of the baby before Kailey and will surprise her by going to Target and buying clothes depending on the sex.  

While sitting in his car in the Target parking lot, Russell opens the envelope to reveal a card that reads "It's a boy!" The singer lets out an excited cheer as his new song, "Home Sweet," plays.

He later shows off a series of cute outfits he bought for the baby, including a set of denim overalls with a blue plaid shirt and a navy blue onesie displaying the phrase "little peanut."

Russell then decorates their bedroom in blue streamers and lays the baby clothes out on the bed, covering Kailey's eyes before the big reveal, both jumping around the room in excitement after she learns it's a boy.  

"Amazing!!! Congrats!" writes Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman in the comment section, while RaeLynn adds "Soooooo sweet!!!" "This is the best RD! The cutest and most thoughtful ever!" says Tyler Hubbard's wife Hayley.

The couple announced in April that they're expecting their first child.

By Cillea Houghton
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