Meadows slays the crowd, who respond as enthusiastically to Uncle Buzzy songs like the very true to essence Davidson County Police,which documents the troubled artist’s runins with law, as they do to more recognizable songs cut by Owen and Bentley. With Meadows singing of being a riser, riseris standout, a fighter and a survivor. It is and practically will be so impactful on people’s lives. Notably a song like ‘Riser,’ he says. I look for whole world to hear it and do the song justice, and give that song as vast a platform as feasible. Oftentimes I have loads of respect for those guys who let me record their songs. He hopes that his album will have enough legs to warrant shipping Riser to radio, while Bentley a few weeks ago released Say You Do as his newest single. Thence, I needed that record to prove to myself we had moved past where we was on Killin’ Uncle Buzzy.
I’m excited about it, I actually donno how I’m preparing to pay for it.
a collection of optimistic songs like letter to his son Wide Open and humorous Good Country People, Unfinished Business was similarly therapeutic.
No less creative, mental state when he recorded its ‘go with up’, last year’s old enough Ghosts Unfinished Business, bolstered by the second chance afforded him by Killin’ Uncle Buzzy, Meadows was in a better. While noting that he’s beginning to write for another modern project, s a lot more hope in it, he says. That said, celebrating his fourth year of being sober, he has a girlfriend, a home they share gether and a brand new dog. It Actually I wanted everybody to get Jesus, when they looked for Jesus. I wanted everybody to be lofty, he quips, when we was getting big. He finally landed in Nashville, determined to proceed with a ‘farfetched’ dream of writing country songs.