Can’t leave Toby out. Sure he’s popular but he’s got some fun songs.
Another Colter Wall song I like.
Hayes Carll must be a hippie commie but he’s got some good songs. What’s the odds that’s his real name?
Jamey Johnson has a very distinctive vocal sound and he writes his own songs so I usually enjoy his stuff.
This comes from the soundtrack to a movie (Hell or High Water) that I like. Admittedly this song is quite over the top as an “outlaw” song. But if I’m in the mood it works.
A “scandal” is rocking the very foundations of the Oscar awards! “Sources” say that a questionable marketing and influencing effort may have improperly boosted the nomination of a white actress, Andrea Riseborough. And that might be responsible for two black actresses; Danielle Deadwyler and Viola Davis not being nominated!
Choking down feelings of anger, hatred and outrage I manage to shout:
Really, who the hell are any of these people and why would anyone care at all whether they might win the Oscar for best actress?
First of all, I have a zero chance of ever seeing any movie any of them might be in. That’s a guarantee.
Second of all, even if one of the black actresses is exchanged for the white actress and even wins the Oscar I will still never see any picture she might ever be in.
Third and last of all, even people who pretend to like these movies and go to see them, are bored and dread going to see them. They have to claim to like them to impress people they think are important or smart. But these motion pictures are propaganda exercises that mostly allow Hollywood to virtue signal about whatever the cause du jour happens to be.
Now if they were giving out an Oscar for Creepiest Hollywood Denizen and it was a contest between Harvey Weinstein, Woody Allen and Roman Polansky now I’m all ears.
An Outlaw Song from Colter Wall. And like him it’s Canadian.
This is Sturgill Simpson, definitely a hippie commie but he has some good songs.
Once again these are some species of hippie commies but the song is beautifully done.
A great song. Evokes a simpler time, a better time.