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July 02, 2018 06:02 PM PDT

On this podcast, I analyze the musical catalog of George Strait. In particular, the years 1981-1985. These are album cuts, not hit songs. If you love country music, these songs are truly a must hear.

June 24, 2018 01:56 PM PDT

On this episode, I briefly touch on time management. Also, the loss of my Uncle Chuck. Also great music from Waylon Jennings, Gregg Allman, The Beach Boys, Leon Bridges, Sturgill Simpson, and more. Recorded June 24 2018 in Moody Alabama. For more information visit

June 10, 2018 05:08 PM PDT

My thoughts on Anthony Bourdain and his legacy. Also my fan review of the podcast Cocaine And Rhinestones Season 1. The history of country music. Also Tom T Hall and Bobby Blue Bland

June 01, 2018 03:54 PM PDT

On this podcast, I discuss country music's "The Class Of 89." Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Clint Black, and Travis Tritt.

visit joshporter08.com for more

April 07, 2018 12:51 PM PDT

On this episode, I share my thoughts on the 2018 WWE Hall Of Fame Ceremony from New Orleans, Louisiana. April 6, 2018. Inductees included Goldberg, Ivory, Jeff Jarrett, Hillbilly Jim, Mark Henry, The Dudley Boyz, Jarrius JJ Robertson, Kid Rock, Stan Stasiak, Lord Alfred Hayes, Dara Singh, Cora Combs, El Santo, Jim Londos, Rufus R Jones, Sputnik Monroe, Boris Malenko, Hiro Matsuda.

March 18, 2018 02:28 PM PDT

Dean Dillon
Dean was born March 26, 1955. Hailing from the small Tennessee town, Lake City. Located in East Tennessee right outside of Knoxville with a population of around 1,700 people. Dean’s songs would go on to be known all around the world.
Dean was inducted into the Nashville songwriters hall of fame in 2002. Dean also has the look of the quintessential cowboy, complete with a mustache that even Sam Elliott would appreciate.

Dean wrote “Set em up Joe” recorded by Vern Gosdin which is probably the song most identified with Vern to this day. “Is it raining at your house” is also one of the most popular ballads Gosdin ever recorded.

Also wrote Keith Whitley’s first single “Miami My Amy” and the hit “Homecoming 63”

Also my favorite Brooks and Dunn song “I’ll never forgive my heart”

Kenny Chesney “A lot of things different” which is probably the most pure country song of Kenny’s career.

Dean also wrote Tennessee Whiskey which was one George Jones signature songs and later helped Chris Stapleton burst onto the national scene with his bluesy rendition of the song.

But Dean’s biggest success was writing for George Strait. From the beginning Dean, was George’s go to for hit songs and album cuts as well. Dean even wrote “Unwound” which was George Strait’s first single and kicked off Strait’s unbelievable 35 plus year career.
Here’s a few of the song
“It ain’t cool to be crazy over you”
“I’ve come to expect it from you”
“If I know me”
“Easy come, easy go”
“Marina Del Ray”
“Nobody in his right mind would have left her”
“Ocean Front Property”
“The Chair” which both are two of the most clever lyrically that Strait ever recorded. “The chair” was co-written with another country music songwriting legend Hank Cochran. And was written in about 20 minutes after a late night song writing session.
Also “Back to being me” which is one of my favorite album cuts from the “ If you ain’t lovin, you ain’t livin” album.

Dean also has written songs for Toby Keith, Leann Womack, Alabama, and Shenandoah.

Dean has a great website deandillon.com that has a ton of cool information about his career. In 2017, a documentary was released entitled “Tennessee Whiskey, The Dean Dillon Story.”

March 11, 2018 01:46 PM PDT

On this episode of the podcast, I talk about our recent weekend trip to Fairhope Alabama. I share my thoughts on The Bone And Barrel bar, The Warehouse breakfast, Ken and Vernon's Barber shop, R Bistro, Sage restaurant, and more. Also introduce a new segment called "Off The Rails" and discuss the accusations of Bruno Mars committing cultural appropriation.

February 25, 2018 12:30 PM PST

This podcast is about my experience as a 9 year old boy living in Alabama in 1991.

I cover Country Music, Pro Wrestling, Pop music, and Pizza Hut lunch buffet to name a few.

joshporter08.com for more info

February 11, 2018 12:33 PM PST

JP finally returns after a month long hiatus from podcasting. On this episode,Alabama 17th National championship win over Georgia
Vikings defeat The Saints with a shocking ending
Comedians in cars getting coffee with Jerry Seinfeld
Theo Von
Random fact Kevin Nealon almost got the role of Sam Malone on Cheers

Quincy Jones shocking interview
Pryor/Brando does that change your perception of two of the greatest entertainers in Hollywood history
and other random ideas

January 02, 2018 06:09 PM PST

Episode 89
JP reflects on the highs and lows of 2017

Album of the week Tyler Childers Purgatory

Music 2017
Album of the year
Stapleton Live A Room vol 1

Retro Album of the year
Back To The Barrooms Haggard

Wrestling 2017
Comeback of the year Paige

Best wrestler of 2017
AJ Styles

Biggest disappointment of the year
Bray Wyatt and Finn Bálor

Tag Team of the year
The Bar and The Usos

From Orange Beach to Oahu to Fairhope. Our vacation destinations were amazing.

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