Jan 8, 2019
I Can Tell They Suck Without Hearing a Note
The latest nonsense from Farcer at 11:30 AM 1 complaints
Labels: Commentary, Grand Ole Opry, King Calaway, Ross Copperman
Jun 30, 2016
Singer Reveals the Story Behind Smash Hit "Down on a Backroad"
"Well, me and my co-writers, Anthony Gorley, David Dallason, Corby Luke, Chad Chaddington, Ian Whitey, Cawl Caishin, Ben Hayseed, Rolf Bronzeman, and Chris DeBro, were sitting around in our writing office suite, just chillin'. Everybody but me was talking about stock options and which Tesla car they were thinking of buying.
I'm just starting out so I just have 500 bucks and an old Ford Ranger, so all this stuff is above my head, so I just sat there quiet and took a drink every time they passed the Ole Smoky® Harley Davidson® Road House Customs™ Moonshine.
After about an hour of them discussing their granite countertops and waiting lists for private schools, Corby finally said we should start writing a song. David wanted to do something about sex in a feed shed. Rolf wanted to do a party song about Pitbull going mudding. Nobody really liked that idea.
"Y'all like money?" asked Cawl. We all nodded. "Let's just go simple then. Chilling with your girl…. down on a backroad."
"That's f**king lit!" yelled Dallason, and we all agreed.
All of them wrote the song together because I'm new and don't know what the hell is going on other than how to super-set my squats and keep a five o'clock shadow going indefinitely. When they were through, I came up with the idea to add the bridge about oral sex, so like, it's real cool and has a double meaning… she's going "down" on a backroad. Get it? Get it? (laughs creepily) Anyhow, that's how I got my name on the songwriting credits.
The record company dug it and I could hit all the notes without much auto-tuning, so it was a go and that's the story."
It's incredible to get an eagle's eye view of the hard work and talent that goes into a modern country hit! Thanks to Chance for the peek behind the custom black apricot doors of the writing room!
At press time Chance was readying his second single, "2 Chainz and Jesus," for release.
The latest nonsense from Farcer at 10:30 AM 1 complaints
May 7, 2015
The Times They Are A-Changin'
The latest nonsense from Farcer at 9:00 AM 0 complaints
Labels: Alan Jackson, memes, Ross Copperman, Satire
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