Apparently, Clint Eastwood liked what he heard so much, he decided to keep the vocal track as-is, and it’s now the first thing you hear as the film opens. “That guy’s voice is from the top of those speakers down to your feet,” Clint Eastwood said about Will Banister’s contribution.
Country History X Episode #10 is a story of courage and character, and how a split second decision by country legend Marty Robbins on the racetrack forever changed the destiny of numerous people who would go on to help shape American culture.
What we didn’t know is exactly what role Dwight Yoakam would play in the film, or how prominent it would be. Well now that we finally have a trailer for the film, we come to find out Dwight Yoakam is one of the central figures as the Eastwood character’s ex-boss.
There may not be a more recognizable song from the catalog of country music in the last 35 years than “Friends in Low Places” performed by Garth Brooks. Garth may have popularized it, but like so many of country music’s most legendary compositions, someone else wrote it.
Bobby Vee, Bobby Vinton, Clint Eastwood, David Frizzell, Dewayne Blackwell, Earle Bud Lee, Friends in Low Places, Garth Brooks, Little Richard, Marty Robbins, Roy Orbison, Sammy Kershaw, The Everly Brothers, The Fleetwoods, The Ventures
Who would have thought that Clint Eastwood would still be directing and starring in movies at the age of 88? Who would have thought that Toby Keith would write and perform a song as good as “Don’t Let The Old Man In”? Who would have thought that a site like Saving Country Music would be praising a Toby Keith song?