Waffle House jukebox dreams really do come true for Sturgill Simpson and Stephen Colbert. Months after the Late Show premiere of their Waffle House anthem “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Knuckleheads,” the two traveled to Colbert’s childhood Waffe House in Charleston, South Carolina, for their first official jukebox spin of their original song. Settling into... Read more »
To Chris Stapleton, the Fourth of July growing up in Staffordsville, Kentucky, was the hallmark of Americana. “We had a small town fireworks display that everybody would watch from the Walmart parking lot or we’d set off some fireworks in our driveway,” Stapleton says over the phone. But he made sure to stay out of... Read more »
When you Google “Lokos,” you get roughly 381,000 results. Probably because the name is in the chorus of Keith Urban’s current No. 1 “Wasted Time.” And also because of the controversy surrounding the brand’s heritage as a dangerously caffeinated alcoholic drink, especially popular with underage teenagers. Fortunately, Urban never touched the stuff growing up. So when... Read more »
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