Those who’ve been following the trajectory of modern-day guitar hero Chris Shiflett-outside of his role in Foo Fighters-will already know of his musical mission to unite his SoCal rock roots and Nashville influences to create a fresh new sound altogether.
In his latest installment, the longtime country-influenced-rocker called upon a couple of Nashville’s finest practitioners of rock-influenced-country, Jaren Johnston (The Cadillac Three) and John Osborne (Brothers Osborne), to join in on his brand new single, “Black Top White Lines.”
In their initial writing session, the trio kept throwing in line after line until the story was mapped out. Without spoiling the ending for anybody, Shiflett hints, “Thematically it felt like it turned a classic Country trope on its head a little. // Continue to the full article