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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
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Living For A Song: Tribute To Hank Cochran

1. Make The World Go Away

2. I Fall To Pieces

3. A Way To Survive

4. Don't Touch Me

5. You Wouldn't Know Love

6. I Don't Do Windows

7. She'll Be Back

8. Would These Arms Be In Your Way

9. The Eagle

10. A-11

11. I'd Fight The World

12. Don't You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me

13. This Ain't My First Rodeo

14. Love Makes A Fool Of Us All

15. Everything But You

16. Living For A Song

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Track List: The Guitar Song

Disc 1

1. Lonely At The Top

2. Cover Your Eyes

3. Poor Man Blues

4. Set `Em Up Joe

5. Playing The Part

6. Baby Don't Cry

7. Heaven Bound

8. Can't Cash My Checks

9. That's How I Don't Love You

10. Heartache

11. Mental Revenge

12. Even The Skies Are Blue

Disc 2

1. By The Seat Of Your Pants

2. California Riots

3. Dog In The Yard

4. The Guitar Song

5. That's Why I Write Songs

6. Macon

7. Thankful For The Rain

8. Good Morning Sunrise

9. Front Porch Swing Afternoon

10. I Remember You

11. Good Time Ain't What They Used To Be

12. For The Good Times

13. My Way To You

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Track List: That Lonesome Song

1. Released

2. High Cost Of Living

3. Sending An Angel To Hell

4. Place Out On The Ocean

5. Mowin' Down The Roses

6. The Door Is Always Open

7. Mary Go Round

8. In Color

9. When The Last Cowboy's Gone

10. That Lonesome Song

11. Dreaming My Dreams With You

12. Women

13. Stars In Alabama

14. Between Jennings And Jones

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Track List: The Dollar

1. The Dollar

2. Flying Silver Eagle

3. She's All Lady

4. Ray Ray's Juke Joint

5. My Saving Grace

6. Redneck Side Of Me

7. Keepin' Up With The Jonesin'

8. Rebelicious

9. Back To Caroline

10. It Was Me

11. Lead Me Home

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My mom grew up in the same town as this guy, and went to high school with him(Jefferso n Davis High). Great music! I heard somewhere that Jamey used to sit by Hank Williams' grave and play guitar and sing- I don't know if it's true, but that's what I'd do if I lived in Montgomery!
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I love it
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Jamey Johnson keeps faith in me that country music still has a chance to be good
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bbecksocal
I Love the Jennings influence. www.HomeThea t e r L A . c o m
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This reminds me of my dad, he was at Pearl Harbor at 17! I certain he saw it in color! Glad Jamey didn't go to jail...
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GoodNight Girls see you seen Bye
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Yeeeee Haw I love Country Music Ktom
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One of my favorites so wanna put rebilicious on my Camara mmmmm :)
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LOVE his sexy voice
);o)
Oooppppppsss s
'Halo slip'
LOL

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Jamey Johnson is a throwback to the old days when the outlaws wrote the best songs, whether they made 'em famous or not - he reminds me alot of DAC. Great singer & songwriter for himself & probably others; there's a new guy like him - Chris Singleton I think
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fx2truckandt r a i l e r
Country music at its best! Love the sound.
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When my sister passed. Ide ride. Around bottle of beam and. ? Been down some of the same roads as Jamie.
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I love love love Jamey Johnson! He's the greatest! I haven't heard one song I didn't like by him! Thank u Jamey!
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Working on my truck in my garage listening to Jamey Johnson life don't get no better
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Bout time we finally have sum new artists with true country sound
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Poor man gets the blues! !!!!! Says it all.
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I noticed Jamey Johnson when I heard The song "In Color" a few years back. I still love the song just as much today as I did back then. think he is phenomenally talented and when I read his bio and found out he's also a USMC veteran like my husband that just makes me love him more...Sempe r Fi!
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JJ is a great singer, dont get me wrong....but his concerts stink. He never talks to the crowd, he just goes on stage, sings, and then leaves.
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This song gives me goosebumps, love it
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In color always brings back good memories this day and age needs to go back when everyone knew ever body and the way things used to be
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jamie is usually great!, why f**k ur rep up with this> ???
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thats a crappy version,u are supposed to be professional l . were u both pissed???

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Jamey is the only one keeping " old school country " alive in our generation. Keep it up Jamey, we need the spirit of what country music is supposed to be alive. Today's country is on a south bound train . long live Wylon, Willie, Johnny, and David Allen Cole!
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I love JAMIE JONHSON
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Jamey changed my life when my back was against that damn 8 ball and I couldn't think or talk or... feel those lyrics and that song got me thinkin and I quit. Love every song on every album.
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alabastervil l i s 0
so far ahead of the in crowd, true country
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Alabama's favorite country son. Semper Fi
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loissroka
JAMEY JOHNSO, IM STATING TO RECOGNIZE YOUR VOICE THE SECOND I HEAR IT. THATS A GOOD SIGN. JUST LIKE JENNINGS & JONES & WILLIE & NO ROOM FOR THE REST.......
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Does anybody know his tour spots and dates
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ryankenny24
My favorite song
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rntonp
GAVE ME CHILLS THE FIRST TIME I HEARD THIS SONG. POWERFUL!!
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ashleyhitt4
Can't wait to see him in concert!! Oct. 30th in Dallas!!
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California. Riots headingSouth . I'm going there. A. Country. Boy. Can survive.! !!!!!!!!!!!! ! ! !
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This is Outlaw country!!! Not pop trash like all over the radio. His songs mean something, He's a Patriot and a treasure.... . Keep doing what you're doing Brother
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That lonesome song is the best
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Mowin. Down the roses. Been there done that. Loved every second.! !!!!!!!!!!! Ha. Ha. Ha
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rjones0085
Awesome! Set 'em up
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Great song never gets old.
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100% down home country music!!luv my Jamey Johnson!! Even when country music changes. ..this man stays with his roots ♥♥
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This is my dad's favorite song but now that he is gone I can't stop listen to it every day I have to here this song.we always listen to it together.now I just look up at the sky and imagine me and my dad listening to thus song.high cost of living by James Johnson
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Check out Sturgill Simpson!!!
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loissroka
WHAT I MEANT IS! NOT ONE BY GEORGE JONES! ONLY ONE SOUNDS LIKE!
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loissroka
THIRTY SONGS? YET NOT ONE ON THE GEORGE JONES STATION? GEE THANKS
PANDORA!
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loissroka
Jamey, That Lonesome Song, I love your style. Your helping to fill one of those "Empty Shoes".
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Keeping up. With the Jonesen. Good song
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Yes in color is the best love it
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In color great. Great. Song.
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audsmith14
sounds like country should sound, 5 stars
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Great stuff!
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loissroka
Album: Place Out The Ocean.
All I every think about is you,
Sam Stringfellow . Love Forever and Always.1958- 5 9 and on.
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