Band of Horses, Head and the Heart and Dawes! That's awesome... I'm glad they are diversifying a little bit.
This is great news!
Hoping her hard work is rewarded.
Steve Fiore's voice is angelic
I love Ben Rector however, I was somewhat disappointed with his concert on 4/5/13 at the Music Farm for the simple fact that it was way too short. He played for maybe 45 minutes and he was the headliner. We were all out the door by like 10:45.
Word up we appreciate the love!
Bitch and whine, nobody's as cool as me, shut up and play, calling out others then putting out a fake badass photo as above. Really, just entertain me, and if you can't do that, on with the next guy.
Awesome. I'm looking forward to this.
And, in the end, it's all pop music.
Want "real" music? Integrity? All that?
Stop listening to anything you hear on the radio. Or the internet. Or TV. Don't go to "concerts" or "shows".
Get people together on your porch. Play for yourselves.
Everything else is a commercial endeavor. Don't kid yourselves. Nothing is pure.
There is no difference between Luke Bryan, Braid Paisley, or Florida/Georgia line. It's essentially Rhianna in a cowboy hat. All pop country aims to do is to cash in on people who think they're rough and tumble and salt of the earth, while keeping their hands clean of a dirtier world. Please, explain the difference between "Cruisin" by F/G L and the average Rick Ross song. What because the language brash, and he talks about smoking dope? The elements of style are plastered throughout this farce that they call "Country" - Hank Williams wouldn't be able to recognize the music Blake Shelton plays.
10000% true Shooter you are awesome
I wonder how many "outlaws" have a trust fund the size of Shooter Jennings'? Way to beat a dead horse that your Daddy done killed.
Also, this whole "outlaw" term keeps getting misused. The new guys think they can claim it just for singing about drinking or fighting or driving down some dirt road. It started with Waylon, but it didn't come from recording songs about being rowdy. He was deemed an outlaw because he told Nasvhille record execs to go fuck themselves. And he got them to release albums that he made his own way, with his own band in the studio and singing songs that he chose himself.
I agree with you, Johnny. At least Blackberry Smoke's on the ticket.
Good lyrics in your link, mat. "But the lonesome howl of the white trash wolf
Can't be heard today"
If anyone's tired of those laundry list hick town songs they never stop playing on the radio, watch some parodies of them and have a few laughs.
I really dig Shooter, but it seems weird for him to be a part of a lineup that features a bunch of these artists he's calling out in Outlaw You. For The Watershed Festival he's on the payroll to with acts like Kip Moore, Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Luke Bryan and others... some worse than those guys. Help me figure it out.
B.B. King has diabeetus.
Can't fucking wait for this.
Longtime Warren fan.
Welcome to 1994, Shooter.
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