Sunday, February 18, 2007

So what was your take on the 60 minutes piece?

9 comentarios:

jr said...

When AC went inside the small box with Chesney and a video camera, then taped themselves inside as they got wheeled into the middle of the crowd...that was so Anderson...

I'm not a big fan of Chesney but I thought AC did a good job at getting us to see what Chesney is all about.

Christiane said...

I agree, for me understanding the "country scene" is quite difficult. And what they call "island music and culture", they simply lost me... I couldn't connect at all! And I have been an Islander my entire life...

Sharla Dawn said...

I'm rather bummed I didn't get to see it. I went out on an unplanned Laser Tag Party!

jr said...

@Sharla Dawn: They have the transcripts and some videos of the interview on the 60 minutes website:

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007
/02/15/60minutes/main2480878.shtml

Sharla Dawn said...

yay! Thanks.

Maddy said...

I thought Anderson did a good job.

I know nothing about Kenny Chesney or country music but I gotta say I wouldn't mind going to one of Kenny's concerts. They look like a lot of fun!

courtney01 said...

Hi, Maddy!

That's what I thought, too. Not a big country fan, but you could sense the energy in the stadium through the TV. Must be quite an experience!

marie said...

His tractor is sexy. ;)

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