Shooter Jennings - Quotes

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All of my records have been very personal, just writing more and more songs, you get better at being able to say what you feel.

All of my records have been very personal, just writing more and more songs, you get better at being able to say what you feel.

I was able to be more reckless and now I still make mistakes, but having kids, you have a responsibility and these little people who are looking up to you for everything. ---->>>

If you are close to your parents or a grandparent, you watch as they get old and you learn so much from that, and it makes you want to learn more while you have time. ---->>>

Being with my kids is really important to me, being a good dad and being around a lot. ---->>>

You know, when I was younger I was into all kinds of art - drawing, painting, all that stuff. But I played drums, played piano forever. ---->>>

I don't think I thought I was going to go into music, and I don't think it hit me until I was 13 or 14, and then I was gone. Just like that. At that point, there was nothing else that could keep my attention. ---->>>

L.A.'s cool; I had a run with it to where it just pretty much wore me out. I love the weather and I have great friends there, great family, but I really cannot take a lot of the culture. Like Nashville, where everybody's a songwriter, everybody out there is an actor. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 05-19, 1979
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Occupation: Musician
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Waylon Albright "Shooter" Jennings (born May 19, 1979) is an American singer-songwriter active mainly in the outlaw country music and Southern rock genres. He is the son of country music legend Waylon Jennings. Signed to Universal South Records, Jennings made his debut with the single "4th Of July" of his 2005 album Put the "O" Back in Country, which peaked at No (wikipedia)