Jack is a full-time artist and writer. He lives in Denton – the only city in Texas that has it’s namesake, Rev. John B. Denton, buried on the lawn of the old Court House on the square. His country music roots took hold as a pup sitting on a hardwood floor every Saturday night arms-length from a b/w Sears/Roebuck’s, TV watching, “Hee Haw” the “Grand Ole Opry” and “ The Porter Waggener Show”. He’s always loved country music, but didn’t get the song writing bug, until the early eighties when he heard the nasal twang and saw the waggin’ needle-toe cowboy boot belonging to the person who saved country music with his rockabilly/country sound … the “Count of Cowpunk” Dwight Yoakam. An hour after hearing “Honky Tonk Man” and “Guitars and Cadillacs” I wrote my first — bad — country song, titled “Honky Tonk Bound”.
Cool sound, kinda honky tonk-ish/modern. Liked the different perspective from a girls point of view.
review written by: Brian Wilson
Great song!!!! Had me dancing to the music!! Good mixture of rock and roll and country.
review written by: S. Gonzales
Great tune, wonderful lyrics, lovely voice, could listen to this song for a long time!
review written by: Jennifer Wages
Every woman who has stepped foot in a honky-tonk will wish she'd written the lyrics, and the toe-tapping music will get her out on the floor again. Great song!
review written by: Mary J.
Nice little boot scootin' tune. Much better than most of what you hear on the radio today.
review written by: Steve Jackson
Solid progressive country song with kick butt rock'n roll riffs and good lyrics....I loved it!
review written by: Jerry Mandelstam
A perfect Classic Rock way to deliver a timeless Country (and universal bar-hopping) message.
The musical setting underscores the paradigm shift in the soundscape of modern-day honky tonks. The lyrics hit each point on the head.
review written by: Hellenic Texan
Great sound and melody punctuating perfect lyrics. Edgy, brave, traditional honky tonk meets clasic rock, sprinkled with some Georgia Satellites and Black Crows. A modern story that promotes womens' strength and confidance without objectifying them.
review written by: ROYCE
This song brought back loads of fond memories from my home in Texas when I was young and danced to country music. I love it, and it's so true for the ladies who know when to say "no." It's a winner.
review written by: Joyce Foy
Amazing lyrics: I counted 11 metaphors that's been spoken or heard by nearly every cowgirl and cowboy in every honky tonk. A chic song reminiscent of Chris LeDoux.
A totally unquie sound made up of traditional country dipped in southern rock and sprinkled with some Georga Satellites, and a dash of Black Crows.
review written by: Royce