Since the birth of his 5-month-old daughter, Georgia Blue, Joe is savoring each one of her adorable milestones.
“She’s growing like a weed and the changes are coming fast,” Joe told PEOPLE of his second daughter with wife Heather. “She’s starting to giggle which is so cute and she’s getting her first little tooth on the bottom!”
Plus with his 2½-year-old daughter Dylan River already at home, Joe is loving being the only man of the house.
“I enjoy all the pink everywhere, being Heather’s husband and the daddy for the girls,” says Joe, who also has a daughter, Ashelyn, 16, from a previous relationship. “I’ll do anything to make them happy.”
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Source: Rolling Stone Country
During its three seasons on ABC, Nashville has seen its cast of fictional characters interacting with country stars, musicians and others industry insiders in the real Music City. But for one of the most elaborately staged (and, of course, wildly dramatic) episodes of the series thus far, the show set its sights on the biggest night in country music. On November 19th, Nashville viewers will see the worlds of real and make-believe collide in a star-studded episode focused on the CMA Awards.
In addition to cast members Connie Britton (Rayna Jaymes) and Will Chase (Luke Wheeler), Eric Close, who plays Mayor Teddy Conrad, was working behind the scenes, directing the episode. To lend an air of authenticity to the whole thing, several bona fide country stars were on hand to take part in the filming, including Trisha Yearwood, the Band Perry and Joe Nichols.
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