Showing posts with label Johnny Cash. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Johnny Cash. Show all posts

Oct 29, 2020

Country TwitterFAIL: October 2020

*foul language*


Hubie Halloween Country Reaction Gifs

 (From the Netflix Adam Sandler comedy.)

When you're the neighborhood decency monitor and some kids drive through blaring Kane Brown.

You ought to see him metamorphosize
From Barney Jeckyll into Bubba Hyde

I thought we were going to dress up as Florida-Georgia Line for Halloween

Leaving the party when the first note of Sam Hunt gets played

I hurt myself today
to see if I still feel

When you're embarrassed to be calling the radio station to try to win some Morgan Wallen tickets (rightly so)

Me reading the comment section every time a country singer makes a political statement

The proper reaction to hearing Dan + Shay

Oct 2, 2020

Carl Outlaw, Real Country Fan, Reviews Morgan Wallen's "7 Summers"

I’m sposed too review a song from some chick named Morgan Wallen but I didn’t even listen to it. I heard she’s better than most singers on country radio (that’s like saying jock itch is the best bad thing that can happen to your crotch), but I looked at her picture and she’s ugly AF. I can’t listen to ugly chicks. 

Wait, my editor Mr. Trailer is telling me that Morgan is a dude. Well I’m still not listening. If they play it on country radio its not good, periodt point blank. If you think they play any good real country music on main stream radio, then your stupid and shouldn’t vote. If I even herd that Johnny Cash got played on a main stream station, I would stop listening too him.

I bet this Morgan person is friends with Luke Bryan, whoever that is. 

The song I’m not reviewing is called “7 Summers” and before I even read the lyrics I’m going to predict what its about. Its about how him and his boys have partied at the same pasture the last 7 years in a row and their sad that one of them is actually somehow smart enough too go off to college now. So there throwing him one last Fireball and hotties party and even bought him new truck nutz with his colleges’ logo on them as a going away gift.

You know what! I’m not even going to read the lyrics. I’ll just go own thinking that’s what the song is about and who really gives a shit anyway. 

This dude’s mullet makes me want to cut mine off and then shave my head so we don’t have anything in common. I saw a tweet saying that Morty here is saving country music. LOMFA! He couldn’t save a hard on in a whore house. I’m so tired of every time somebody isn’t rapping or doing EDM, there fans think their the second coming of Hank Williams. Nosir. Go suck an exhaust pipe. Your an idiot. This song is terrible.

Oct 1, 2020

WWE (& AEW) Country Reaction Gifs 44

When the dude on your friend's shoulders is a known Luke Bryan fan

When your son doesn't take his guns to town but he still gets in trouble

Many people enjoy Kane Brown's music

Why doesn't your buddy like Colter Wall?

Jericho: Your mother is a Florida-Georgia Line groupie


Me, back in the day when Rascal Flatts' fans said they were going to get this blog shut down for making fun of RF

How Vandoliers decide the last song that makes the cut on the album

When your dad throws out your old Willie t-shirt

Aug 28, 2020

New Country Act "Megadeth" Signs With Big Machine

"David" Mustaine
by Trailer - Originally posted on Country California March 03, 2011
Scott Borchetta today announced the signing of Megadeth to a three-record deal with Big Machine. Lead singer Dave Mustaine was on hand for the press conference, wearing a Megadeth logo-emblazoned (now in the Bleeding Cowboys font) pearl snap shirt and cowboy hat. 

"We're just excited to explore this awesome genre. For years, Megadeth has been a mainstay in hard rock and thrash metal, but we've always had a soft spot for the music that truly makes this country great," explained Mustaine. "If you look back at uh, well... the liner notes for Peace Sells... you'll see that we've always thanked people for their support... and uh, that kind of appreciation is a tenet of country music." 

The newly clean-shorn Dave continued: "I've got all of Johnny Cash's records, and I just love the subject matter of country. Murder, drinking, death, spirituality, murder... you know, those are things I love to sing about." 

"We'll have to maybe dial down some of the political rhetoric and bloodshed a bit, but I think this established band's work translates well to the country market," said Borchetta. "Besides, most of the older demographic we're shooting for grew up listening to Metallica and Megadeth, so that's where the money is!" 

He added: "Oops, did I say that out loud?" 

Megadeth's single "Sweating Budweiser" will be sent to country radio on April 1, with a full album entitled Vic Rattlehead Loves America to be released in early summer. A supporting tour for Rascal Flatts will follow. 


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