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We met up with Pardi after an acoustic performance in Nashville to talk about the new album, which he recorded live with a seven-man band. But I don’t have any problems with any other artist coming in and doing their own thing.
He also told us some funny stories from the road and let us in on a few skeletons from his musical past. He's one of the most classic-country-leaning artists on contemporary radio. Like Sam or Florida Georgia Line — they're just doing their own thing. Song" — a foot-stompin', honky-tonkin' look at a "regular guy with a D. I." "It went over great live — it's fun and catchy," Pardi recalls, admitting a bit of guilt over crafting a rowdy tune with such a serious topic. He's just 31 years old, but Pardi insists he's already done a lot of growing up when it comes to liquid temptations on the road.
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