Who else is hearing wedding bells? Read on!

Story by, Taste Of Country (https://tasteofcountry.com)

23 December 2019

Who Got Engaged or Married in 2019

Love is in the Nashville air! The year 2019 has been a good one, relationship-wise, for a number of country artists.

The biggest marriage of 2019 was, of course, Miranda Lambert's surprise wedding to New York police officer Brendan McLoughlin. The country superstar — who divorced her first husband, Blake Shelton, in 2015 — met and married her new husband in the span of only a few months.

Both rising singer-songwriter Devin Dawson and country singer/DJ Chuck Wicks popped the question in early March, and they've already tied the knot with their respective significant others. In fact, there were a few other country artists who got both engaged and married this year.

Who else is hearing wedding bells? Read on!

Married: Miranda Lambert
Lambert stunned fans on Feb. 16, when she announced that she'd secretly married a man named Brendan McLoughlin. The New York City police officer and former model / actor is in his late 20s and was appointed to the NYPD in 2013. According to sources, he and Lambert met in early November, while she was in the city with the Pistol Annies, and got married in Davidson County, Tenn., on Jan. 26.

Married: Andrea Young
Young, a member of Farewell Angelina, and Brad Nelson, tied the knot on March 2 in Jamaica. Of course, her bandmates -- Nicole Witt, Ashley Gearing and Lisa Torres -- were there for the big moment!

Married: Michelle Branch + Patrick Carney
Singer-songwriter Branch and her Black Keys member husband Carney got married on April 20 in New Orleans, at the city's Marigny Opera House. Close friends and family — including Branch's 13-year-old daughter, Owen, and the couple's 7-month-old son, Rhys, as well as well as celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern and photographer Brian Bowen Smith — were in attendance.

Married: Jillian Jacqueline + Bryan Brown
Jacqueline and Brown, her guitarist, tied the knot on April 27. The wedding took place in Nashville, in front of 150 of their loved ones. Jacqueline planned and designed the bohemian-inspired wedding, which featured vintage rugs, Birds of Paradise plants and velvet couches as decor.

Engaged + Married: Chuck Wicks
Country singer and radio DJ Wicks proposed to Jason Aldean's younger sister, Kasi Williams, on March 7 -- and, naturally, she said yes. The two first hinted at their relationship on social media in June of 2018; later that summer, Wicks shared that he was planning to bring Kasi home to Delaware to meet his family. Her superstar brother is cool with their relationship, too: Early on, Aldean gave both Wicks and his sister his approval. Wicks and Williams tied the knot on July 12 in Mexico.

Engaged + Married: Rachel Wammack
Country up-and-comer Wammack and her boyfriend Noah Purcell got engaged on March 11 and married on Aug. 3. The two have been together since at least the spring of 2017, according to photos on Purcell's Instagram account; his feed shows pictures of the two in Wammack's hometown of Muscle Shoals, Ala., at that time. The couple tied the knot in Muscle Shoals, at Cypress Lakes Country Club; Purcell's father married the couple, while Purcell's brother served as his best man and Wammack's longtime friend, Faith Kelley, was her matron of honor.

Engaged + Married: Rachel Reinert
Solo artist Reinert -- formerly a member of the country trio Gloriana -- got engaged on Valentine's Day, to her longtime boyfriend Caleb Crosby, who is the drummer in the band Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown. The two, who had been dating since late 2014, tied the knot on Aug. 30, at a small ceremony held in a luxury treehouse in Tennessee.

Married: Tyler Rich
Singer Tyler Rich and actress Sabina Gadecki tied the knot on Sept. 19 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. As the couple met at the 2016 Stagecoach Festival, their big day included numerous music festival-inspired touches.

Married: Chris Deaton
King Calaway drummer Deaton and his fiancee, Molli Benson, tired the knot on Sept. 21, with Deaton's five bandmates acting as his groomsmen. Deaton and Benson got engaged in December of 2017; they met in a high school theater class.

Engaged + Married: Gabby Barrett + Cade Foehner
Former American Idol contestants Barrett and Foehner got engaged when he proposed by surprise during an early 2019 trip to Los Angeles. “The hotel we were staying at while we were there was the same one me and Cade met and hung out in for the first time during Idol,” Barrett shares -- and that inspired Foehner to pop the question during the trip. However, because he wasn't planning on proposing at that time, he had his sister overnight the ring he had already purchased to make the moment perfect. Wasting no time starting their life together, Barrett and Foehner tied the knot on Oct. 5.

Married: Carly Pearce + Michael Ray
After getting engaged in December in Mexico, Carly Pearce + Michael Ray tied the knot on Oct. 6. Grand Ole Opry announcer Bill Cody served as the officiant for their wedding, which included about 100 family members and close friends, while Jake Owen sang his song "Made for You" for their first dance.

Engaged + Married: Mark Wystrach
Midland member Wystrach popped the question to his now-fiancee, Ty Haney, after dating since the spring of 2018. The couple got together after she -- the CEO and founder of Outdoor Voices, a line of athletic wear -- messaged him on Instagram, and they officially tied the knot on Oct. 8.

Married: Trace Adkins
Adkins and actress Victoria Pratt tied the knot on Oct. 12, in New Orleans, La. Adkins' good friend officiated at least part of the ceremony. The marriage is Pratt's second and Adkins' fourth.

Married: Paul DiGiovanni
Nashville producer and songwriter and Boys Like Girls member DiGiovanni married The Bold Type actress Katie Stevens on Oct. 12. The two had
Engaged + Married: Chris Lane
Lane and The Bachelor alum Lauren Bushnell made it official on Father's Day (June 16). He popped the question at her family's home, with the help of a song, called "Big Big Plans," that he wrote especially for her. That tune re-appeared at the couple's Oct. 25 wedding in Nashville, as their first

Engaged + Married: Devin Dawson
Dawson marked his two-year anniversary with girlfriend Leah Sykes by proposing in San Francisco, Calif., on March 10. The city's an important spot for the California native, and it was singer-songwriter Sykes' first visit. Both Dawson and Sykes are Belmont University graduates and, as of Oct. 27, they're husband and wife, too.

Married: Maddie Marlow
Marlow, one-half of the duo Maddie & Tae, said "I do" to her longtime boyfriend, Jonah Font, on Nov. 22. The two have been dating since high school.

Married: Kalsey Kulyk + Eric Ethridge
Canadian country artists Kalsey Kulyk and Eric Ethridge said their "I do"s on Dec. 3 at the Haven Riviera in Cancun, Mexico, with family and friends in attendance. In addition to their romantic connection, Kulyk and Ethridge are also labelmates on Anthem Entertainment, and both singers have new music planned for 2020.

Engaged: Tara Thompson
Thompson shared the news of her engagement to boyfriend Josh Smith on March 31. He popped the question on the London Eye Ferris wheel in London, England. The country singer was scared of the height, she admits, while he was scared she would say no -- but, really, how could she?

Engaged: Meghan Linsey + Tyler Cain
The Voice alum Linsey and musician and producer Cain, who had been dating for seven years, got engaged in Alaska on June 17, during a music video shoot. The two formed a duo, Meg and Tyler, in early 2019, and will be releasing music together in addition to planning their wedding.

Engaged: Jimmie Allen
Allen popped the question to his girlfriend, Alexis Gale, in Disney World on July 15. She said yes in front of the Magic Kingdom Castle, with the couple's parents and siblings, as well as a couple of close friends, there to celebrate. Allen met Gale through his cousin's wife, though they're both from Milton, Del.

Engaged: Tae Dye + Josh Kerr
Maddie & Tae member Dye got engaged to her boyfriend, songwriter and producer Kerr, on Sept. 2. He popped the question on the front porch of his house, and they celebrated with hugs, kisses and, of course, champagne.

Engaged: Jon Pardi
During his second of two back-to-back Ryman Auditorium shows, on Oct. 2, Pardi popped the question to his girlfriend of two years, Summer

Engaged: Emily Ann Roberts
The singer announced her pending nuptials to future husband Chris Sasser in an Instagram post on Oct. 28. "I’m so thankful that the Lord brought Chris into my life at just the perfect time and for all the love and support he’s given me every single day for the past 4 and a half years," Roberts writes. "Here’s to having forever!"


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