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Tae announces pregnancy.

Monday, November 22, 2021 – Maddie Tae, one-half of the recording duo Maddie & Tae, announced on social media Tuesday that she would give birth to a girl next year.

"mom and dad 🤍 baby Kerr is joining us earthside in spring '22 and we are already so deeply in love. swipe to find out what we're having!" Tae wrote on her Instagram page.

Tae is married to songwriter Josh Kerr, a songwriter whose work has been recorded by Morgan Wallen ("Outlaw"), Little Big Town, Josh Turner and Keith Urban ("Never Comin' Down").

In a follow-up photo on the page, Tae confirmed that they are having a girl.


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CD review - We Need Christmas In just two songs, Maddie & Tae illustrate the two sides of Christmas. The pair's version of "O Come All Ye Faithful" is given a faithful reading and even includes scripture recitation at the end. Next, with "Merry Married Christmas," marital fidelity at Christmastime is celebrated happily. The "We Need Christmas" EP reminds us once again that there are many sides to the holiday season. The duo's take on "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" ...
CD review - Start Here Maddie & Tae (aka Madison Marlow and Taylor Dye) start their biggest song "Girl in a Country Song" with a warning, "No country music was harmed in the making of this song." That warning also applies to the remaining 10 songs, which is about as country sounding as music seems to get these days for most artists. "Girl in a Country Song" is an answer song, of course, to the bro country going on all around them with faceless women being depicted as objects while ...
CD review - Maddie & Tae Most casual listeners will be wondering if singing duo Maddie & Tae have another attention-getter in them like "Girl In A Country Song" when it comes to the act's debut EP. Although there's nothing that rivals the bro-country answer song of "Girl," the other three tracks on this initial release show great promise. "Sierra" takes aim at high horse women, rather than lusting men. So much so, in fact, their thoughts nearly verge on making them lose their Christianity. ...


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