Jamey Johnson and Kid Rock turn the Sprint Center into a roadhouse tonight
Jamey Johnson‘s The Guitar Song isn’t just the best country record of last year. It’s a double album split into two halves — The Black Album and The White Album — so it’s the best two albums.
Not to be confused with the works of Jay-Z or the Beatles, the first half of The Guitar Song picks
up with Johnson in a dark place, encompassing nearly every facet of
regret, reflection and redemption before he comes out the other side at
The White Album’s conclusion. On the title track, Johnson enters a
pawnshop and meets up with a dusty old guitar once played by Merle
Haggard, Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash and Lefty Frizzell.