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" he insists) and here in Nashville, where he's been coming to co-write with various Music Row pros. He's also pretty cozy in his new role as bluegrass interpreter with February's Happy Prisoner , his album of covers from across the genre, which took the master Texan songwriter back to his childhood roots of Flatt, Scruggs and honing his chops... "I went on my first date — stupid, stupid, stupid — to a bluegrass festival," he says in a voice that sounds a little bit like the Dude from The Big Lebowski , if he were a literature professor at Oberlin. "I had just gotten my driver's license and I took this girl from down the street that I really liked. But I think she was a little baffled by the whole thing — she liked pop music, and this was in pretty deep Texas. Pretty hillbilly, pretty weird. Keen — who is often mentioned in the same breath as fellow Lone Star folk-country deities Townes Van Zandt , Guy Clark and Steve Earle — actually was weaned on bluegrass, even beyond that one misguided outing where he thought a mandolin jam might... Happy Prisoner charts the music that he played on the front porch while at Texas A&M, picking alongside speedy takes on Bill Monroe and the Carter Family. Keen insists you can hear hints of Appalachia all across his creations. "And some of my songs are not the most upbeat things, lyrically. I think the head count on A Bigger Piece of Sky was about 38 people. I like the drama of knocking off a few people in your songs. I can almost never strum a guitar like 'zing-zing-zing. ' I have to do an alternating bass thing, and that came from bluegrass. And then there's "The Road Goes on Forever," which has become a veritable Texas anthem that commits more crimes than the Louvin Brothers on "Knoxville Girl" and Jimmie Rodgers on "Frankie and Johnny" combined. As the years went by, Keen became known more and more for that imaginative, often dark lyrical hand and skewered take on the Americana crown. But at the end of the day, it was bluegrass that made up the bulk of what he listened to in his spare time. Source: www.rollingstone.com
And then there's "The Road Goes on Forever," which has become a veritable Texas anthem that commits more crimes than the Louvin Brothers on "Knoxville Girl" and Jimmie Rodgers on "Frankie and Johnny" combined. As the years went by, It's bluegrass
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jimmie Bones is the organ/piano/keyboard/harmonica player in Kid Rock's Twisted Brown Trucker Band. The two meet while Kid Rock was recording Early Mornin Stoned Pimp at Detroit's White Room Studio in 1995. Rock asked Bones to do some piano tracks while Bones was working as a member of Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise in the adjacent room to Rock. Rock and Bradley also shared a rehearsal space and Bones would show up early for his rehearsal and sit in on the last bit of Rock's rehearsal. Rock suggested to Bones that he should do some live performances with him and the forming Twisted Brown Trucker Band when not touring with Bradley and Bones agreed, eventually becoming Rock's full time keyboardist. Bones soon began contributing backing vocals and harmonica as well as co-writing credits with Rock and Uncle Kracker. Bones is featured heavily on the Uncle Kracker debut Double Wide on keyboards and backing vocals notably the backing vocals on the hit single Follow Me.
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