Beckham’s final words remind me of the final line from Zach Bryan’s Something in the Orange when Bryan softly says, “Please turn those headlights around.” Chayce sheepishly begs, “Sorry Momma. Please don’t look at me.” As if he’s hiding from God himself after he’s sinned so badly. Please don’t look at me.
You ever put a child in their car seat, taken them on a drive and gotten them to fall asleep, or calm down? Seems as though my mother had to do that quite often and I did as well with my little. Some may say it’s because of the “car noises and movements” that will put them to sleep, which I totally agree with, but what about the music that is being played in that moment? If the music is calming, for sure that plays a factor, if it’s chaotic,
This time around, it’s country superstar, Kane Brown on September 3rd on the Grandstand Stage. Kane Brown has become one of country music’s most accomplished mainstays while continuing to expand the perception of country music and break musical boundaries with huge country hits like, What If, Cool Again, Homesick, Heaven, Lose It, Good As You, Famous Friends, Like I Love Country Music, One Mississippi, and his latest with his wife Katelyn, Thank God.
For many of us Shedders, and Kissin’ 977 listeners, waiting for the lineup and dates for Watershed 2023 was like a kid who was counting down the days until Christmas. We all had our wish list filled out, and Thursday night before announcement day, artists and bands danced in our dreams, all in hopes that we’ll see them soon perform live at the Gorge Amphitheater, August 4th, 5th, and 6th.
Every Saturday morning from 6am-10am, wake up with Bobby Bones as he counts up the hottest songs in the country with the Country Top 30. You can also catch it again Sunday nights from 7pm-11pm on Kissin’ 977.