Chris Janson’s Strangest Job Ever Is Truly Wonderful (and Delicious)
Country singers will do just about anything to make a living as they sharpen their skills, and Chris Janson knows all about it. Before hitting it big with "Buy Me a Boat" he held down a few blue collar jobs, including one that we wish he still had!
During Janson's Last Question interview he shared his strangest job, the unusual way he takes his coffee, who inspires him and what he's looking forward to this fall, aside from his Everybody Tour. (Hint: his hopes for the cooler weather might sync up with yours quite nicely.)
The "Fix a Drink" singer is also excited about his upcoming Everybody album, which drops on Sept. 22. "My life and what I’ve lived and experienced wrote this record," Janson says, "and I had a good time making it."
Song titles include “Bein’ a Dad” and “Redneck Life.” He says he can't wait for fans to hear "Who's Your Farmer?" But you already know that if you watched this episode of Taste of Country's micro-interview series.
Ania Hammar is the host of Last Question, ToC’s feature that allows artists to talk about things fans always wanted to know, but were too embarrassed to ask. Kip Moore, Chris Young, Brett Young and Brett Eldredge are a few artists who have been generous enough to give a minute of their time. Watch them all below.
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