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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 08/25/2021

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Congratulations go out to Hardy who just got engaged to his girlfriend Caleigh Ryan. "I'm not her boyfriend anymore ❤️" Hardy, whose real name is Michael Wilson Hardy, captioned a shot of him getting down on one knee and popping the question.

Legendary Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts passed away yesterday at the age of 80, and Keith Urban was one of the many artist who paid tribute to the rocker on social media. “I’m shocked and truly saddened at just now hearing the news that we lost the ‘gentleman soul of rock and roll,’ the queen bee of the hive that is The Rolling Stones, the original, Charlie Watts,” Keith shared, calling him “the heart beat of one of the greatest bands of all time,” and “a truly one of a kind musician who’s influence is unquantifiable AND will continue to be for as long as there are musicians who are working to shed all that is not needed, to get to THE ESSENCE.” While Keith writes that he didn’t “properly know” Charlie, he adds “I thank you for all that you gave us. I’m so grateful that through countless recordings we will always be not only hearing you, but FEELING you!” Brad Paisley also took to social media to pay tribute to Charlie, sharing a picture from when he got to play with the Stones. "Standing in the “soup” of this rhythm section, experiencing firsthand the benchmark of rock and roll drumming, was… well, indescribable," he writes. "Charlie Watts was the heartbeat of the greatest rock band of all time, and therefore rock and roll. And what a great guy," adding "I thank God I got to jam with this legend. Thank you for the beat Charlie. Rock on in the great hereafter."


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