Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockKellie Pickler is a guest co-host on ABC's The View Friday.

Blake Shelton was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Thursday night in Oklahoma City. Miranda Lambert was also on hand to honor another inductee, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Wanda Jackson.

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Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockKellie Pickler is a guest co-host on ABC's The View Friday.

Blake Shelton was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Thursday night in Oklahoma City. Miranda Lambert was also on hand to honor another inductee, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Wanda Jackson.

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Justin Moore Prefers to Keep His Three Daughters Out of the Spotlight

Image Courtesy Valory Music Co.Justin Moore doesn't share many photos of his three young daughters even though he knows his fans would love to see more of his kids. Instead of thrusting them into the public eye at a young age, Justin hopes to let them make their own decisions about how much media exposure they want when they get older. Plus, he's concerned about the girls' safety since their dad is a country star.

"Let's be honest, there's a lot nut jobs out there, who, you just never know," Justin says. "And if I ever, because of a decision I make to have a picture of them out there or something that causes them harm, I wouldn't be able to live with myself."

Justin is looking forward to spending two months off the road with his family in Arkansas this holiday season. After seven years on the road, Justin has finally reached the place in his career where he can play about 80 to 100 shows a year. For now, Justin enjoys having his family with him when he tours.

He says, "Ella, my oldest, starts school next year. So, I really want to take advantage of all the time I can with her while she can still come out on the road during the week and stuff."

Justin closes out his 2014 tour dates with a November 23 show in Missoula, Montana.

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Justin Moore Prefers to Keep His Three Daughters Out of the Spotlight

Image Courtesy Valory Music Co.Justin Moore doesn't share many photos of his three young daughters even though he knows his fans would love to see more of his kids. Instead of thrusting them into the public eye at a young age, Justin hopes to let them make their own decisions about how much media exposure they want when they get older. Plus, he's concerned about the girls' safety since their dad is a country star.

"Let's be honest, there's a lot nut jobs out there, who, you just never know," Justin says. "And if I ever, because of a decision I make to have a picture of them out there or something that causes them harm, I wouldn't be able to live with myself."

Justin is looking forward to spending two months off the road with his family in Arkansas this holiday season. After seven years on the road, Justin has finally reached the place in his career where he can play about 80 to 100 shows a year. For now, Justin enjoys having his family with him when he tours.

He says, "Ella, my oldest, starts school next year. So, I really want to take advantage of all the time I can with her while she can still come out on the road during the week and stuff."

Justin closes out his 2014 tour dates with a November 23 show in Missoula, Montana.

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Josh Turner Shares Stories and Advice with Students at His Alma Mater, Belmont University

Image Courtesy MCA NashvilleJosh Turner returned to his alma mater, Nashville's Belmont University, on Wednesday to speak with students. The interview-style session featured Josh telling the story of writing his debut hit, "Long Black Train," while a student at Belmont in 1999.

Josh says of his time at the school, "Although I was only able to attend Belmont for three years, if I had it to do all over again, I’d come back to Belmont.” 

Josh delivered an acoustic performance of "Long Black Train" for the students. His new single, "Law Low," is currently climbing the country chart.

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Josh Turner Shares Stories and Advice with Students at His Alma Mater, Belmont University

Image Courtesy MCA NashvilleJosh Turner returned to his alma mater, Nashville's Belmont University, on Wednesday to speak with students. The interview-style session featured Josh telling the story of writing his debut hit, "Long Black Train," while a student at Belmont in 1999.

Josh says of his time at the school, "Although I was only able to attend Belmont for three years, if I had it to do all over again, I’d come back to Belmont.” 

Josh delivered an acoustic performance of "Long Black Train" for the students. His new single, "Law Low," is currently climbing the country chart.

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