NASHVILLE NEWS & NOTES – FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2018!

Outdoor enthusiast Kip Moore is entering a new business venture.  He’s opening a lodging facility with his friends in Rogers, Kentucky called Bedrock at the Red.  It is centrally located to scenic hiking, Muir Valley and the Mountain Parkway and it’s equipped to handle weddings, retreats and group events.
The home that used to belong to Johnny Cash’s parents is up for sale.  The property is, located in Hendersonville, Tennessee, and was restored to its former glory and put on the market for 845-thousand dollars.  Johnny bought his parents the home, which used to be located across the street from his house before it burned down in 2007.
Over a dozen country artists are coming together to warn fans about fake social media accounts.  Blake Shelton is spearheading a campaign called “Imposters on Social Media.”  Keith Urban, Maren Morris, Jon Pardi and Trace Adkins are among the other artists who appeared in a video, telling fans the only account they use has a blue “verified” check mark next to their name.