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Jamey Johnson established himself as a mighty maverick on his breakthrough album. On tunes like “Women” and the title track, the gruff-voiced Alabaman evokes the battered romanticism of Waylon Jennings (he covers two Waylon songs here too), but he’s more than your garden-variety outlaw. There’s a sharp-eyed savvy to his songwriting, from “In Color” (an unsparing look at the not-so-good old days) to “Mary Go Round” (a quietly tragic portrait of love gone wrong). But Johnson can get gritty with the best of them, as the mud-caked “Mowin’ Down the Roses” shows.


Born: 14 July 1975 in Enterprise, AL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

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...
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