Did you know that on this day in Country Music History in 2009 Jamey Johnson taped an installment of "CMT Crossroads" at Rocketown in Nashville?

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In fact, he did and was joined by Shooter Jennings.  The set list naturally included "In Color". Check out the video a performance at the CMA’s in 2009.

Here are 5 little known things about Jamey Johnson.

  • As a teen, he drank beer and played country songs at the grave of Hank Williams Sr.
  • He served eight years in the Marine Corps Reserves and was discharged the same week his unit was ordered to Iraq.
  • Moved to Nashville where he ran a construction business before finding success in country music.
  • He signed with BNA Records and released The Dollar in 2005. Shortly after the release, the label dropped him, he divorced his wife, and he spent a year in seclusion to write songs.
  • He has one daughter by the name of Kylee.