There are somethings that when you give your word, you simply don't go back on. But, there are sometimes when you see things that will absolutely change your mind.
The first time I saw Aaron Watson, my initial impression was that he came off pretentious and a touch obnoxious. He was always appreciative of his fans, but just had a really odd, if not eccentric way of showing it. I really don't know what happened, but this time, there was a different and more personable feel
Philip Corder: When did you begin your music career? Brandon Jenkins: I like to think it started while I was in junior high school. That was when I joined my first band, but my first "paying gig" was at Eskimo Joe’s in Stillwater, OK back in 1990. Philip Corder: Who are your main musical influences? Brandon Jenkins: My first influences were mainly from listening to the same stuff my parents were listening to like James Taylor, Greg Allman, and TajMahal........ and on the week