The next few years provided some great song material, but it was not what he wanted forever: a stint in the military, over-the-road trucking, fishing in Alaska, and ranch work made for a hard life, but Justin wasnâ€™t any easier on himself.
â€œI was a bad boy,â€ he said, but heâ€™s not looking back. Heâ€™s finally doing what he was meant to do: write songs and perform.
Willy Nelson once said that to write a country song you have to tell the truth and make it rhyme. The rhyming part is easy; itâ€™s telling the truth thatâ€™s hard. The truth, as Justin sees it, is that good people die, Daddies miss their kids, and not every love story has a happy ending.
â€œThere are so many layers in my life,â€ he says. â€œIâ€™m not just a cowboy.â€
Check out the artist's website:
1. Heater In My Truck
2. Rewind Time
3. Big Rig Blues
4. I'd Rather Be Lonely Than Blue
5. He Calls Strangers Daddy
7. Melvin's Song (He'll Ride High Again)
8. Just a Cowboy
9. Old Man In The Roadhouse
10. Pale Horse Rider