Modern country-folk's crown jewel proudly bears the furious twang of a West Virginian porch-swing flatpicker, but he displays more than double the stereotypical IQ. You'd be hard-pressed to find another place where tales about whiskey-soaked coal miners sit so comfortably next to staggeringly personal reflections on God, twisted love songs about heroin, and poker game narratives with anthropomorphic... More >>>