He explains that he's nailed it musically on particular moments: "One of my favorite songs on the album is called 'I'm Alright,' this is a song--you know, sometimes when you take a picture on your cell phone, it's crap.And sometimes you take a picture on your cell phone and it just captures it. We went into the studio and I came in just straight as if I'd come out of a bar and laid it down--and it actually came out just a beautiful, crying country song."Of course, "Drinking"--his fun and unexpected collab with Shooter Jennings--is a favorite as well.And I really think me and Shooter fall into that category.We're both country music, but a lot of people could consider us one side or the other.I started producing myself, I started writing a lot more.So, I took the last two years, and I reckon you can say I just started being ."organization's site for information on other ways to donate or help." data-reactid="34"The title of the album has special meaning to Covington as well.
I got very hands-on with the music business part of it..of course, all of that leads up to me getting very hands on with my recordings.Also: whether airport scanners can detect medical issues; the latest beauty trends; single moms who become "sugar babies" to pay the bills; assessing cancer risks; and 60 seconds to shrink a waistline.Season 11, Episode 34October 25, 2018Investigating non-surgical fat loss procedures; how some people get free plastic surgery; beating depression with food.Season 11, Episode 37October 30, 2018Whether extravagant weddings lead to divorce; Air Bn B health hazards; tampons and swimming; decoding teens; mental illnesses as a fashion statement; backwards arms; a disabled artist gets prosthetics; a best booty challenge; colon cancer screenings; and whether loud music makes one gain weight.Season 11, Episode 36October 29, 2018A woman shares her story of surviving anorexia and her subsequent struggle with binge eating disorder.