Newlyweds Jason Aldean and Brittany Kerr Plan to Expand the Family in the Next Few Years

Image Courtesy CMANewlyweds Jason Aldean and Brittany Kerr plan to add to their  family pretty soon. After getting married in Mexico earlier this month, Jason now tells People, "In the next couple of years, probably, we definitely want to have kids."

Jason's two daughters from his previous marriage, Keeley and Kendyl, are excited at the prospect of a new sibling.

He adds, "They want a brother, so we'll see what we can do about that."

Brittany is keeping Jason company on his the road during his Burn It Down tour. The trek continues April 9 in Wichita, Kansas.

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Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, Brad Paisley and More Added to ACM Awards Lineup

Image Courtesy ACM Brad Paisley, Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum and Rascal Flatts have been added to the performers lineup for the 50th Annual ACM Awards coming up April 19. Alan Jackson, Martina McBride and Brooks & Dunn's Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn will also appear on the live broadcast.

Vocal Duo of the Year nominees Dan + Shay will perform a duet with pop star Nick Jonas and Christina Aguilera will collaborate with a surprise artist, too. Christina's ACM performance comes just days after her April 15 debut on ABC's Nashville as a pop star hoping to make a country album.

Jason Aldean, George Strait, Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, Kenny Chesney, Garth Brooks, Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, Sam Hunt, Cole Swindell, Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line are among the previously announced performers.

Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton return as hosts for the 50th Annual ACM Awards airing Sunday, April 19 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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Maddie & Tae Cover Everything from Bullies to Fishing on Debut Album

Image Courtesy Dot RecordsFrom high school bullies to fishing, Maddie & Tae say they’ve covered it all on their first album.

“We poured our whole hearts into Start Here, and I cannot wait to just show our fans the whole Maddie & Tae spiel. Songs that cover all different topics,” Maddie says, as Tae chimes in her agreement.

One of Maddie’s favorite songs on the record is called "The Down Side of Growing Up," something she and her musical  partner have apparently done while simultaneously making this record.

“We've been writing this record for five years, so we've had this kind of evolution of music and our journey over the past five years has changed a lot,” Tae reflects, “but it's been fun for us, 'cause we've gotten to write about it and kind of get our different emotions out.”

Look for Maddie and Tae’s debut in stores and online June 2. It features their first number one, “Girl in a Country Song,” as well as their current hit, “Fly.”

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Carrie Underwood Shares First Picture of Son Isaiah on Instagram

Arista NashvilleCarrie Underwood officially introduced her her newborn son Isaiah Michael to fans via an Instagram photo on Sunday.

"The Predators are in the playoffs! Just waiting to get called up! #PutMeInCoach," the 32-year-old "Blown Away" singer captioned a photo of the sleeping baby holding a miniature hockey stick. The post is a nod to her husband Mike Fisher's team, The Nashville Predators, clinching first place in their division.

Carrie and Mike welcomed Isaiah on February 27. He's the first child for both.

“We’re definitely blessed to have him join us in our lives, Fisher told earlier this month. "There’s no better feeling.”

“It really is such a miracle and such a beautiful thing,” Underwood told People magazine in February.

“I’m looking forward to reclaiming my body,” she added, “I’ve been saying it’s been on loan for the past many months … I’m excited to take it back.”

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Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockGarth Brooks has broken his own record for ticket sales in the state of Nebraska. So far, he’s sold nearly 84,000 seats to his May 7-10 shows in Omaha, topping his 1997 benchmark, when close to 67,000 came to see him in Lincoln.

Justin Moore recently stopped by the Fire Station in Hershey, Pennsylvania, treating firefighters to free tickets to his show at the Giant Center. Justin also gave the firefighters a $5,000 donation to renovate their fire hall, courtesy of Crown Royal.

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