Brett Eldredge doesn’t let fame stop him from partying downtown Nashville

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If you’re partying downtown Nashville on Lower Broadway and have to do a double take because you think you’ve just bumped in Brett Eldredge on your way to the bathroom at a honky tonk..you might not be that off.

On Win 98.5‘s website they said:

“That is so weird to even think about being a celebrity now,” Brett says. “My buddies will be like, ‘Dude, you’re famous. Is that weird?’ I’ll be like, ‘I don’t feel any different than I ever did.'”

Brett went on, “I’m still that same kid. I still like to go down there and have fun, and I get up on stage and sing with people and whatever. I’m still the same old Brett and living life and playing music and dreaming every day and that’s what I try to do.”

What would YOU do if you ran into Brett while you were downtown?

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