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When I heard the news that George Jones had died last friday morning, It was as if Mike Tyson had gut punched me. I have many fond memories of my mom and my old man listening to Possum. On the morning of Friday April 26, 2013, many of those memories came flooding back. Yes, I cried. Because George Jones died? Sure. (Let it be known, I also remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when I heard Waylon and Cash died.) Also, because of all those happy memories. I spent all of…Continue
Posted on May 1, 2013 at 1:30pm
Take a shot, stomp your feet, chase that shot with your beer of choice, take another shot and let out a rebel yell! It’s time to review The Dallas Moore Band new album Blessed Be The Bad Ones.
Blessed Be The Bad Ones is the 4th studio album for Sol Records artists Dallas Moore (lead vocals, guitar, mandolin), Rev. Bob Rutherford (Bass, vocals, piano), Lucky Chucky Morpurgo (lead guitar),…Continue
Posted on May 1, 2013 at 4:00am
I remember a young Johnny Cash, waiting in the wing/ Cause he'd hand me his cigarette, when he'd go out to sing/ And the good Ol Marshall Tucker Band, back in '83/ Was a special night they asked me, "Come on out and play Can't You see."
That's the first few lines from the song "Old School" on Hank Williams Jr. new album Old School/New Rules. In this track Hank sings about some fellow legends from Dolly to Jerry Lee Lewis. He expresses how proud he is to be from the Old…Continue
Posted on July 31, 2012 at 9:00am — 16 Comments
Dallas Moore Band Live Review:
As soon as I heard it was confirmed, I knew I would be there and would write a review. April 2012, The Dallas Moore Band, in Bowling Green, Ky at the Spillway. It was a Thursday, Work was a conflict of schedule but I would Manage. Not to mention my poor girlfriend who had to deal with my drunk a** and drive me home (which ended up being 2am). I interviewed Dallas and hung out with the band. They all proved to be a group of home…Continue
Posted on June 3, 2012 at 1:00am — 1 Comment