Maxim Magazine interviews Wheeler Walker Jr

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“Tune into mainstream country radio today, and you’re likely to hear chart-topping “bro-country” acts like Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean and Jake Owen singing about pick-up trucks, girls in cut-off jeans, beery nights at the local bar and other down-home cliches. But these radio-ready mainstays aren’t exactly channeling their elders. Sure, they’ve got a little twang in their voices and some steel guitar in their hits, but they’re hardly following in the hallowed honky-tonk bootsteps of Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings and the recently departed Merle Haggard.” READ MORE…

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