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Now that school has kicked into gear for a few weeks,The Boot has a list of country artists who pledged fraternities or sororities in college.  Here are some of these huge stars that is cool to cool to picture them going through a pinning ceremony.  Here's the list:

Carrie Underwood pledged Sigma Sigma Sigma at Northeastern State University in Oklahoma.  She loved it, and said it made college life more bearable.

Luke Bryan was a Sigma Chi at Georgia Southern University.  It's where he met his wife, Caroline, while she was a member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority.

Cole Swindell was also a Sigma Chi at Georgia Southern.

Tim McGraw was a Pi Kappa Alpha at Northeast Louisiana University, although it's now called University of Louisiana at Monroe.  He once said, quote, "I got into school, picked up a guitar, joined a fraternity, and started sucking down kegs."

Kenny Chesney pledge Lambda Chi Alpha at East Tennessee State.  He referenced his frat in "Keg in the Closet", singing: "This ol' guitar taught me how to score / Right there on that Lambda Chi porch."

Dierks Bentley was a Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Vermont.

Willie Nelson, yes Willie Nelson, was a Tau Kappa Epsilon at Baylor University.

Zac Brown was a brother in the Kappa Alpha Order at University of West Georgia.

Is Kelsea Ballerini releasing some EDM music?  According to The Chainsmokers twitter, they said, "Kelsea, you think they're ready?"  She retweeted it & responded, "It's like you're READING MY MIND.  I'm in."

Wonder what the song is called? 

One more extra about Kelsea, she posted clip of herself playing an acoustic guitar & singing Troye Sivan's song, "Seventeen"

smitten with this song on @troyesivan new record. #Seventeen #ILOVEHIM

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This is pretty cool for Kane Brown, he's been chosen as an ambassador for the New Era Cap Company which is the official on-field hat of the 2018 NFL season.  He's the FIRST country artist they've ever had in their campaign!

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