And if the GLEE cast could join her on stage for a couple of songs, it may just need to be carried out like one of the girls you hear about at the Beatles concerts.
Here's the kicker: I don't even like Country music!
My son has a thing for Taylor Swift songs, so I enjoy the few I've downloaded & I can stand to let a Lady Antebellum song play through without changing the station, but I've tried & tried to like it but it's not happening.
I'm not sure what makes me more of an outcast my not liking alcohol or country music.
Trust me, I've tried all different kinds and still, it's not my thing; neither thing.
Here's the other thing:
I cried & cried & I cried so much the 3 napkins I had access to turned into crumbs stuck to my ruffled sweater. I know it wasn't meant to be a sad movie from the first 20 minutes in. Blame it on pregnancy hormones or that it was my first date with my husband in months or because music, really good music just gets to me that way, but I cried almost the whole way through.
And the scenes meant to pull your heartstrings, like the elementary school visit, forget it! I hear Travis on the album & fight back tears.
I don't even like country music!
The movie itself? It's disturbing, really. As it's an honest depiction of substance abuse, toxic relationships, and poor self esteem.
The actors can do more than act, and do it so well, I'm truly hoping they'll be compelled to do a concert tour.
See the trailer here.
Or just take my word for it, grab your girlfriends or your man & see it. See it for the music.