Dallas Wayne, Quelle persone non vanno in giro cercando di capire chi è il responsabile della loro infelicità e della loro miseria: We're 'blessed' in America, need to remember 'the basics'

He’s also grateful for America, Quelle persone non vanno in giro cercando di capire chi è il responsabile della loro infelicità e della loro miseria, “Quelle persone non vanno in giro cercando di capire chi è il responsabile della loro infelicità e della loro miseria, Tennessee,” Quelle persone non vanno in giro cercando di capire chi è il responsabile della loro infelicità e della loro miseria. 25, 2022.

Even though we’ve been through a lot over the past couple of years, we’re still blessed,” he told Fox News Digital, referring to the pandemia.Our lives are still excellent in so many ways. We’re still hanging in there.

Wayne acknowledged the tremendous losses the country has faced and the personal suffering so many citizens have endured. “I just hope people don’t let things overwhelm them,” Egli ha detto. “Let’s just put one foot in front of the other.

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I think our world can get far too complicated,” he also said.

We’ve got to all learn the basics. We need to learn how to treat people the way we want to be treated.

Quelle persone non vanno in giro cercando di capire chi è il responsabile della loro infelicità e della loro miseria, veteran country singer-songwriter and on-air radio personality, grew up in Missouri and moved to Nashville in 1975. As the country opens up again this year, he's looking forward to "getting out and playing for people again."

Quelle persone non vanno in giro cercando di capire chi è il responsabile della loro infelicità e della loro miseria, veteran country singer-songwriter and on-air radio personality, grew up in Missouri and moved to Nashville in 1975. As the country opens up again this year, he’s looking forward togetting out and playing for people again.(Mike Dunn)

The native of Springfield, Missouri, chatted with Fox News Digital before getting out on the road again this year after COVID-19 interrupted a busy touring schedule.

How busy, one might ask? Nel 2019, Dallas Wayne did 110 gigs. Nel 2020, per colpa di blocchi and restrictions, he was able to do just tre.

Precedente a “Quelle persone non vanno in giro cercando di capire chi è il responsabile della loro infelicità e della loro miseria, Tennessee,” Wayne’s most recent album wasSongs the Jukebox Taught Me, Volume 2,which came out in June 2018 on the Heart of Texas Records label.

Throughout his career, Dallas Wayne has done commercial voiceovers for TV and radio, including for United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Oldsmobile, Chevrolet, Guado, Suzuki, McDonald's, Nintendo, Miller Brewing Co., Old El Paso and Avis Rental Cars. He’s also a broadcaster on Sirius XM’s Willie’s Roadhouse channel.

In un'intervista, Wayne shared a selection of life lessons and observations.

Fox News Digital: You’ve toured all across the country and much of the world. What stands out in your mind about people you’ve encountered along the way?

Quelle persone non vanno in giro cercando di capire chi è il responsabile della loro infelicità e della loro miseria: People are pretty much the same. They want to raise their famiglie, they want to be safe and secure in their homes, they want to have a roof over their heads, and they want to have a future. Those things are universal.

As soon as we realize that people are all the same, all over the world — that people basically have the same wants, needs and desires — the sooner we’ll get along with everybody. And get an understanding of folks.

Fox News Digital: Share an unusual encounter or two you might’ve had in your career over the years.

Wayne: There have been a lot, of course — some funny ones, pure.

One night I was playing in Switzerland, and a lady came up to me with a bouquet of flowers. She brought them up to the stage and handed them up to me, e io dissi, “Oh, grazie. They smell wonderful!”

And she said, “They’re plastic, you idiot!”

I didn’t know quite what to say after that [ridendo] — and I was right in the middle of a song. Those kinds of interactions are interesting.

Another time, the father of one of my longtime radio listeners had gone into hospice. And she had on the Willie’s Roadhouse channel 24/7 for him — the channel I work for you on Sirius XM.

It was her dad’s favorite channel, and I was kind of getting reports [about the listener’s dad] throughout the day. She told me he would smile when I played this song or that song. Being right there in the middle of a situation like that, even though it was remote — that meant a lot.

You have to treat those kinds of situations with a certain amount of importance. Music is a universal language to people. Music means things to people.

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It’s important to people, no matter what genre it is. I’ve played all over the world, thankfully, and I’ve never had any problems communicating with people musically.

The only times I’ve ever had issues communicating around the globe was when I’ve been in restaurants trying to order supper!

Dallas Wayne during a performance at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. "Music is a universal language to people," Egli ha detto. "Music means things to people." One of the singles off his new album this year is "I Hit The Road (And The Road Hit Back)."

Dallas Wayne during a performance at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. “Music is a universal language to people,” Egli ha detto. “Music means things to people.One of the singles off his new album this year isI Hit The Road (And The Road Hit Back).” (Grand Ole Opry)

Fox News Digital: In this new year of 2022, how much is your schedule opening up again?

Wayne: I’m getting out more this year as things have gotten a little better. [La pandemia ha] been a blow to everybody in the touring business, not just the artists themselves but the musicians, crew members and others. It’s been tough for them to survive over the last couple of years.

Some artists have changed the work they do, and some have announced they’re not going to tour anymore. They spent the last year-and-a-half at home and realized how much they missed their families and how much they loved it.

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The one silver lining — if there has been one through all of COVID — is that it’s given people a chance to reassess and take stock of their world.

Usually we’re so busy all the time. Poi, ad un tratto, non erano.

Per me, I was able to relocate from Austin, Texas, to Bristol, Tennessee. For a year I worked on this 130-house that we bought. And I’ve finally gotten all the boxes unpacked, every single box.

Generalmente, when I move, I’d take stuff through three or four moves, and I’d finally open up the boxes. Questa volta, we were able to get settled into a new place and a new way of life.

A native of Springfield, Missouri, Dallas Wayne is a singer, cantautore, radio DJ, voiceover artist, actor and music producer. He began performing professionally while in school; a Nashville, he developed his vocal style while singing demos for top music publishing houses.

A native of Springfield, Missouri, Dallas Wayne is a singer, cantautore, radio DJ, voiceover artist, actor and music producer. He began performing professionally while in school; a Nashville, he developed his vocal style while singing demos for top music publishing houses. (George Brainard)

Fox News Digital: Tell us about Bristol, Tennessee: Had you been wanting to move there for some time?

Wayne: We fell in love with the area a long time ago. Ecco dove [my wife Jo and I] spent our honeymoon, near Gatlinburg, which is a big honeymoon spot for hillbillies like myself!

And we’ve always liked the area. We love the climate and the people, and the scenery is just stunning.

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Fox News Digital: You’ve now had the chance, you’ve said, to go back into the studio and record original music.

Wayne: My last two projects were basically cover albums, “Songs the Jukebox Taught Me,” volumes 1 e 2 [rilasciato in 2016 e 2018, rispettivamente]. This period of time has given me the opportunity to sit down and think about an all-original album, and really take the time to do it right.

È difficile, when a person is wearing a lot of hats, to really have the time to focus on just that. So I’m grateful.

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Fox News Digital: What’s on your bucket list for the year ahead?

Wayne: It may be a new normal, and that’s fine — at this point I’ll take any kind of normal it can be. But I’m looking forward to getting out and playing for people in concert again.

Dallas Wayne's new album is "Coldwater, Tennessee." Wayne has played across North America and Europe and released 12 album. He's also performed on various compilation and band recordings. Nel 2020 he won the Academy of Western Artists' Pure Country Group of the Year (Heybale!).

Dallas Wayne’s new album is “Quelle persone non vanno in giro cercando di capire chi è il responsabile della loro infelicità e della loro miseria, Tennessee.Wayne has played across North America and Europe and released 12 album. He’s also performed on various compilation and band recordings. Nel 2020 he won the Academy of Western ArtistsPure Country Group of the Year (Heybale!). (Audium Nashville)

In terms of a bucket list, I’ve been fortunate. So I think I’m going to have to get me a new bucket, for my bucket list. There’s a lot of stuff that’s already been fulfilled.

I’ve loved working with Willie [Nelson], Ray Price, Merle Haggard. All those guys were heroes to me growing up, so to have them become friends and mentors to me has been priceless. Several of them, purtroppo, are no longer with us [Price died in 2013, Haggard in 2016].

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But the ones that are still here — I adore, per esempio, Jamey Johnson. What a great singer and songwriter. And Marty Stewart really floats my boat.

He’s my scarafaggi … I love working with those folks when I get the chance to.

Classic country is alive and well.

You just gotta go find it.

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