Thoughts and prayers with Craig Morgan's family, Kenny Chesney makes an album change and Luke Bryan gets into a new type of business, here's your Nashville Minute.

There's an on-going search for 19-year-old Jerry Greer, who is the son of Craig Morgan and his wife Karen Greer, following a tubing accident at Kentucky Lake in Humphrey's County, Tennessee. The search began yesterday at 4p at Mason's Boat Dock and Marina after two teens were involved in the accident.

Craig's publicist just released this statement:

Recent Dickson County High School graduate Jerry Greer (19), son of country music entertainer Craig Morgan and wife Karen Greer, went missing yesterday following a boating accident on Kentucky Lake in Humphreys County, Tennessee. Recovery efforts to locate him are underway. The family is grateful for everyone’s support and prayers and requests privacy during this difficult time.

Kenny Chesney was supposed to release an album last Friday but not only postponed its release but also changed the name of it from "Some Town Somewhere" to "Cosmic Hallelujah." When the album releases on October 28th, it will feature a collaboration with Pink called "Setting The World On Fire."
Luke Bryan and his friend and business partner, Paul Copeland, have opened a cigar shop in South Walton, FL. Shore Thing Cigars will feature hundreds of hand-rolled cigars imported from Honduras and the Dominican Republic. It also features a lounge, a large patio, and indoor conversation area, and seven flat-screen TVs.