Jamey Johnson's Daughter Steals The Spotlight At Gold Party
February 21, 2011 at 9:28 AM (PT)
MERCURY/NASHVILLE artist JAMEY JOHNSON was recognized by UNIVERSAL MUSIC GROUP/NASHVILLE Chairman LUKE LEWIS at a party at THE PALM before his concert on FRIDAY (2/18) at the BRIDGESTONE ARENA in NASHVILLE.
LUKE presented JAMEY with a commemorative gold plaque for selling over 500,000 copies of his latest album, “The Guitar Song,” but it was JAMEY’s seven-year-old daughter KYLEE who stole the show that evening.
LUKE said during his speech: “There were 125 new albums on the Country charts last year. Four of them went Platinum, six went Gold and nine of them had No. 1 songs. Then there’s JAMEY who got no (expletive) love (from Country radio).”
LEWIS was quick to add: “Oh wait, there’s a baby in the room, I can’t say (the cuss word).”
JAMEY yelled back: “It’s okay. I said it in the car on the way over.”
KYLEE also took the microphone after the presentation, saying: ““I have question.” [Pointing to JOHNSON’s gold plaque.] “Where are we going to put that?”
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