NASHVILLE NEWS & NOTES – TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2017!

Sounds Like Nashville claims Dierks Bentley’s mother recently accompanied him to the world premiere of “Only the Brave.” The film is about the Granite Mountain Hotshot firefighters in Arizona. Dierks has a song on the movie’s soundtrack.
Dierks Bentley tells Extra that he has no plans to stop performing because of the Vegas massacre. “Everyone’s pretty shook up about it. Nashville is trying to figure out how to feel right now… how to work through the grief. For me, the whole idea of being on the road, the live show, is to escape reality, to blow off steam. Music matters.”
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood were performing in Indianapolis recently when a four-time cancer survivor named Carolyn caught Trisha’s attention.  Trisha handed her a microphone and Miss Carolyn told her story.  Garth, who was standing nearby, took off his guitar and both he and Trisha signed it before handing it to Carolyn.  Trisha then said, “I believe in strength in numbers. I believe when one or more are gathered in his name and I believe that you got this, Miss Carolyn. God bless you.”