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Jamey Johnson

Singer/songwriter Jamey Johnson is just as comfortable mopping up the tears on the barroom floor with an old Hank Williams-style ballad as he is tearing the roof off with a honky tonk juggernaut. The Alabama native and former Marine rose to the top of the Nashville food chain through blood, sweat, and tears. Being raised in a devout and deeply musical family helped the new traditionalist find his voice, but it wasn't until he moved to Music City that the world began to take notice. After laying low for nearly a year, he began appearing at songwriter nights, where he met other writers. As his peers began securing publishing deals, they would ask Johnson to sing on their demos. In 2002, mutual friend and songwriter Randy Hardison turned producer/songwriter Buddy Cannon on to Johnson -- the two became close friends and allies after Hardison's death later in the year. Johnson's next convert was publisher Gary Overton, who signed the budding songwriter to EMI. In April of 2005, Johnson signed a record contract with BNA and released his debut, The Dollar, in January of 2006. After a tour supporting the album, he was dropped from the label. He and his wife separated, then divorced, sending Johnson into seclusion for a year before he re-emerged, renewed and ready to begin work on a new album. Two major labels showed interest, but it was the Universal imprint Mercury that signed the artist and released his album That Lonesome Song in August of 2008. The first single off the album, "In Color," reached number nine on the Billboard Country chart, followed by "The High Cost of Living," which peaked at number 34. The album was certified gold. At the 2009 Country Music Association Awards, Johnson won Song of the Year for "In Color," and was nominated for various other honors. He followed up his success with an ambitious double album called The Guitar Song in the fall of 2010, preceded by the single "Playing the Part." The album, its singles, and videos gained nearly universal critical acclaim and sold exceptionally well, particularly for a double album. Johnson followed it in the fall of 2012 with Livin’ for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran, which featured a slew of guests including Willie Nelson, Vince Gill, Merle Haggard, Leon Russell, and Kris Kristofferson. In December of 2014, Johnson released a five-track holiday EP entitled Christmas Song that featured collaborations with Lily Meola and the Secret Sisters. It also included "South Alabam Christmas," his first self-recorded new song in four years. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi
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Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of you life. However if you don't post this you will die on 2 days. Now you started reading don't stop. This is so scary put this on 5songs in 143 minutes when you are done press f6 and you lovers name comes up on the screen in big letters. This is so scary because it actually works
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i met him, he is down to earth
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alabastervil l i s 0
i like that he does not wear a baseball hat. i like that he sings sounds and looks like old country. i can relate to his songs and style. new country is not country, its pop. shooter jennings song outlaw you explains it all.
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alabastervil l i s 0
the more of his music i hear, the more i like.
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tarrahlee1
I absolutely love this song. It reminds me of my grandparents , and how things used to be.
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Jamey sings country like its supposed be.not today's sissy music Luke bryan
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Keep that up you must be a money maker cause your very good
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Damn Jamey Johnson is the best damn thing that's happened in country music in a long a** time. True Outlaw following in Waylon's, Johnny Cash's, Bocephus' and all the other Outlaws. Damn good songwriter and one hell of a musician. Thank you Jamey for keeping us Outlaws in the limelight where the hell we should be. .You are the man...God Bless you hoss
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rogdelukooo i see a bunch a vicious demons leering at you, waiting for your passing so they can devour you a thousand times and crap u out as many times. you do satans biding and you pay that loan off in ways you truely are never ready to pay, i dont pity nor envy you fool. you wont be anyones prob for much longer. bye
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alabastervil l i s 0
nice to hear a true country song and not country crap or country pop
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In color another great song
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Love your music brother. Jr fan 35yrs your right there.
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Be a cool dude too meet !
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One Hell of a singer
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True. Country boy at heart.
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This song is so true. Makes you think back with our great great grandparents . Love to sing this song true heartedly
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Jamey Johnson is amazing and awesome and i love his voice and this song in color
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winstonebart l e t t
Love his voice. if you like this guy you need to be listening toSturgil Simpson. Thats what led me here.
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Great Country Singing By Jamey Johnson Bro
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words cant describe truth of a man.....coun t r y communicates to those that have a heart of faith and gold solid faith..good man
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words cant describe truth of a man.....coun t r y communicates to those that have a heart of faith and gold solid faith..good man
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words cant describe truth of a man.....coun t r y communicates to those that have a heart of faith and gold solid faith..good man
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Jamey is a true country boy at heart.
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Home run hitter with his style of music
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same here rajuncajun38 1
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I feel so connected to his music. I can hear my life in music. Amazing!
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You make the best songs ever love them just keep doing what you are doing.
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Great song and such a soulful voice.
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In color_ ______ great.

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This is tear jerker great memories of my dad And uncles
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Reminds me of fetchin eggs for breakfast. Jamey and Sturgill will both be legends in my book, even if "dinosaur" media gives them no credit.
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bsheffield7
Jamey and Sturgill Simpson are doing it right. Good stuff.
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This guy rocks, country how it should be.
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Jamey's bringing back good old country like Waylon n Hank Jr.
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This song makes me think of my grandpa and my uncle :)
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Real country!!!!! ! !
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Great stuff classic stuff.thanks Jamey
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It's not the new country rap or crap if you prefer. Country the way it's suppose to be!
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ctrt68
Not just country folks. This is great music.
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bassbeasley
Best new country music out there. It's not hip hop mixed non sense. True country.
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Love this song
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Countryboys can survive!
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I remember listening to this when I was young best years of my life I wish I could go back now I'm stuck in school sweet memories:)
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yall like Jamey? check out Sturgill Simpson
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mherritt542
Best country music artist of the century!
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I love this guy
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This song is so me!!!
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Proud to have a Bama boy have the success this guy has had. And it came the hard way.
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Love Jamey Johnson saw him in Little Rock this past May at Riverfest

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