“Country music is about new love and it’s about old love. It’s about gettin’ drunk and gettin’ sober. It’s about leavin’ and it’s about comin’ home. It’s real music sung by real people for real people, the people that make up the backbone of this country. You can call us rednecks if you want. We’re not offended, ’cause we know what we’re all about. We get up and go to work, we get up and go to church, and we get up and go to war when necessary.”
And to show that Jeff knows what he's talking about, here are couple of songs by Johnny Horton. Horton's life and career were cut short by a drunk driver in 1960. Here's "Whisperin Pines" followed by "Sink the Bismarck."