I grew up in South Georgia, in the country, on a dirt road. Where everybody knows everybody. Where you carry a cane pole, cooler and a gun in your pick-up truck, not because you have to, because you want to. Never knew when you ran up on a fishing hole and wanted to catch a warmouth or a mudcat, just because you could. Or ran up on some wild life, wanted some deer meat or hog meat for your freezer or a big family and friend gathering. Or just do a little target practice with a beer or coke can. Never knew when you would be riding at 10mph, listening to some good tunes, LOUD as your radio would play and run into someone, stop in the middle of the dirt road, drop the tailgate, pop a top and catch up on old times, old friends and get a good laugh together. Dirt roads are the best place in the world to creep along with good company, catch up, lend an ear to a friend that may just need to talk. Or be by yourself and just want to think or clear your head or relax and not be bothered. Save you a lot of money on counseling (LOL). Best therapy in the world, whether your in a happy mood or a troubled mood.
One day, sometime in December of 2012, myself and a friend were at a local pub, having a beer and they said “need to catch a dirt road”, and I said, “Yeah, that’s some good therapy, in a lot of ways. Dirt Road Life! The light came on and made me look like a deer in the headlights when I said the words. After that night on the dirt road, I asked several of my friends and family what they thought about it and everyone was like, “You know, that’s something that a lot of people can relate to, especially in South Georgia” and several other places. So I took it and ran with it and now WE THE PEOPLE HAVE DIRT ROAD LIFE!
Everybody check out Dylan G Herron new music video. A big thankyou to Dylan and video producer and friend Sherri Justice for the opportunity to be a part of this!
Jesup, GA. 31545
United States of America