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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 05/10/2021

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Congratulations are in order for Thomas Rhett and his wife Lauren. The singer announced over the weekend that they are expecting their fourth child, and yet another baby girl.  "Well... we are pregnant again!" he shared next to a picture taken at his show at Billy Bob’s Texas this weekend. "Tonight when I was on stage in Fort Worth about to play 'to the guys that date my girls' my wife talked to me in my (ear monitors) and said 'you can tell them if you want' so anyways, now you know," adding, . "We are pumped to be having our 4th girl.” The couple is already parents to five-year-old Willa Gray, three-and-a-half-year-old Ada James, and 14-month-old Lennon Love. Thomas added, "Feel free to buy all the merch you want, knowing that all the proceeds are going straight to all these weddings I'll be paying for one day! Love you so much @laur_akins we always wanted a big thanksgiving table😭."  And while four girls may sound like a lot, there’s no doubt Thomas thinks his wife can handle it. He recently shared, “I just watch my wife sometimes. I’m like, ‘I don’t know how you do this. I don’t know how you do this with such grace, adding, “I’ve said this before, but she’s my superhero, and somebody that I just get to learn from every day.” ONE MORE THING! Thomas' latest album, "Country Again (Side A)" debuts at 10 on the all-genre Billboard 200 Album chart this week. Thomas moved 15,000 equivalent album units to land his fifth Top 10 record on that chart.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is giving fans a chance to experience two of their exhibits without having to head to Nashville. The museum has just made two of their exhibits free online, with both the first to be designed exclusively for their website. The exhibits include “Suiting the Sound: The Rodeo Tailors Who Made Country Stars Shine Brighter,” which explores the artistry of western-wear designers, whose outfits have been worn by country music artists and more. The second, “Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City,” was originally in the museum from 2015 to 2018, and has now been adapted for folks online. It explores the impact of Bob Dylan’s Nashville recordings on the local music industry, and how Johnny Cash’s TV show, “The Johnny Cash Show,” introduced Nashville as a music center. It also looks at the importance of studio musicians, known as the Nashville Cats.


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