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    Country Music News

    1) Parker McCollum shared this simple tip on marriage:  give them your time.  He's been married to his wife for almost two years and says time is the one thing he doesn't have a surplus of. (Sierra Daily News)


    2) Garth Brooks is NOT quitting country music.  An article over the weekend alleged that he said he didn't fit in anymore and that the industry isn't what it used to be.  It turned out to be completely false. (Snopes)


    3) Walker Hayes performed "Y'all Life" on ESPN's "College Gameday" last night, before the National Championship game between Michigan and Washington.

    Social media was all over it.  Here are some of the comments from viewers:

    "One of the cringiest things I've ever watched."

    "I'm glad they put Walker Hayes on ESPN just now so I know to never listen on my own time."

    "This Walker Hayes country-rap dog[crap] with the weird TikTok dancers in the background is the cringiest [crap] I've ever seen in my life."

    (You can see a low-quality video of Walker's performance here.)


    4) Chris Young announced his ninth album, "Young Love & Saturday Nights", comes out March 22nd.  It'll be his largest album with 18 tracks.  He's also releasing a new song called "Right Now" on Friday. 


    5) Hunter Hayes shared the passing of Cole, his Greyhound rescue.  He says, quote, "I've never known a man that has taught me so much.  How to be still, how to appreciate nature and how to create peace . . . thank you for rescuing me." 


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