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Ditch those flower crowns for cowboy hats, because country fans know that the real can't-miss music festival in the desert is Stagecoach! The three-day country music fest rolls into Indio, CA, on April 28, and the best way to get in the Stagecoach spirit is to turn up some honky-tonk tunes. From newcomers like Maren Morris and Jackie Lee to big-name headliners Shania Twain and Kenny Chesney, we've pulled together 30+ upbeat songs by this year's batch of performers that are guaranteed to get you up on the dance floor. RelatedDo-Si-Do to the Best Country Love Songs of 2017 (So Far) Even if you're not heading to Stagecoach, consider this your Summer country soundtrack. It's made for the beer-fueled, sun-soaked days of Summer. Listen to the playlist below! "5-1-5-0," Dierks Bentley "80s Mercedes," Maren Morris "Ain't No Thing," Wynonna & The Big Noise "All Nighter," Dan + Shay "Any Man of Mine," Shania Twain "Better in Boots, »
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Kristin Cavallari announced via Instagram on Monday that she would be moving away from Chicago now that her husband, former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, is a free agent. “I gotta say, I’m really gonna miss this place,” she wrote in the social media post.
While Cavallari didn’t let on at the time exactly where the couple and they’re three children — sons Camden, 4, Jaxon, 2, and 16-month-old daughter Saylor — would be heading, a source close to the couple has now confirmed to People that they are relocating to Nashville, Tennessee.
Related: All About Kristin Cavallari’s Love-Hate Relationship with Chicago, »
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