Charley Barnes Shares His Top 5 Friday Video’s
I got stuck on Youtube when I got to work and ran across some video’s as I kept getting sidetracked and thought I’d share them with you as well. It’s Friday and these are some feel good, toe tapping where’s my beer fun tunes. The feature photo is of Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton who was featured in a 2007 documentary, Hillbilly: The Real Story, on The History Channel. In 2010, Hank Williams, Jr. announced a partnership (including Sutton’s widow) to distill and distribute Sutton’s whiskey legally for the first time. The man is a legend and the song by Brantley Gilbert, Hell on Wheels, is one of my favorites.
Cody McCarver is a good ole boy from Dunlap TN, a suburb of Chattanooga, and spent 12 years in the multi platinum selling band Confederate Railroad before stepping out on his own. This is one of many songs I like from him. Great solo stuff…
Kylie is currently a Senior in High School out of Oklahoma. Kylie’s achievements include Newcastle’s Top Ten Achievement Award, Citizenship Award, Principal’s Honor Roll, reading achievement and the Oklahoma Explore Scholars award. She maintains a 4.0 grade average and has won over l00 gymnastics medals. She was voted one of the Country Music Association’s “Who New to Watch.” Kylie is currently working on her CD with Land Run Records. It will be released in 2012, and will be available via digital download and at select Sheplers Western Wear stores nationwide.
What can you say about Steve Earle! Give me some more please…
John Rich graduated from Dickson County Senior High in Dickson, Tennessee and after graduation moved to Nashville where he worked at Opryland USA singing. He wanted to be a professional team roper though. Not long after he met up with the group Texasee, which eventually changed its name to Lonestar and the rest is history. I’d say he did pretty well!
Brantley Gilbert is an American country rock music singer-songwriter. He has released two albums, both on the Average Joe’s Entertainment Group label. His songs have also been recorded by Colt Ford and Jason Aldean. In February 2011, he left Average Joe’s label to join Valory Music Group, where he has charted “Country Must Be Country Wide”. A deluxe edition of Halfway to Heaven was released on September 13, 2011, two months before “Country Must Be Country Wide” reached number one on the Hot Country Songs charts.