May 7, 2013
Apr 22, 2013
Apr 20, 2013
Did you ever think you'd see a collaboration in which Colt Ford was the far more talented participant? Thanks Georgia! And thanks to Taylor Smith for bringing this to my attention.
Note: I command you to watch all of it.
Aug 30, 2012
College football gets cranked up for another season tonight and these boys from Mizzou thought it'd be a good idea to do a song about their team's inaugural season playing with the big boys in the SEC. Possibly, the SEC should rethink this whole expansion thing.
Aug 15, 2012
Here's Thomas Rhett "singing" the song "1994," which will appear on Jason Aldean's upcoming album. You'll get the above graphic if you can make it through this song. Country-rap is here to stay. Sigh.
Jul 18, 2012
Jul 12, 2012
There's the new single cover for the song below.*
Well, that song should do pretty well at hard rock radio. What? Country radio? Seriously? Oh... oh no.
*Hey dumb people: this is satire, not real. I mean, the song is actually a country single, but that cover is fake and Brantley is probably not a Satanist.
Jun 3, 2012
Are you sick and tired of songs about trucks? Well, tough shit. Here's another. It's thankfully hard to make out all the words to this song, but you'll get the point. Tim's playing to the Brantley Gilbert fan demographic now. Can we stop defending him over the whole Curb Records stuff now and relegate him to the fodder pile? Truck yeah!
May 15, 2012
It's hard to believe this even exists. Since it does, let's celebrate the absolute ridiculousness of the song and video together! And three cheers for simmering sexual innuendo! Thanks(?) to @wadesapp for alerting me to this train wreck.
Apr 21, 2012
Feb 19, 2012
Sep 29, 2011
Jun 25, 2011
Yep, they're back and nothing's changed. Watch this only to laugh at the (possibly intentional but probably not) self-parodying nature of the video and marvel at the utterly hookless mess of a song. Worst Comeback of the Year? Probably.
May 31, 2011
Apr 1, 2011
My wife brought this lovely video to my attention. I know it's hard to suffer through, but you must make it to the breakdown. Trust me. Ha ha ha, jack my swag.
Nov 20, 2010
GNR (at least the first couple of incarnations) is one of my all time favorite bands, but admittedly, they put out some garbage at times. The Spaghetti Incident is where things really fell apart (though it did have a few good songs). From that album of mostly punk covers, here is "Since I Don't Have You." Not only is it an awful cover of The Skyliners' original, the video is truly horrendous. Is this the same band that put out November Rain?