Filed under: Alt-Country, Americana, Exclusive, Albums, Interviews
When Shooter Jennings
named his just released album The Other Life
, he didn't mean to entice fans with songs about a secret life they know nothing about. Instead, Shooter, the son of Jessi Colter
and the late Waylon Jennings
, says the songs cover aspects of his darker side.
"Five of these songs were recorded when we were doing Family Man
(Shooter's last album), and when we were deciding what to do with it we broke it up into two records. The Other Life
is representative of the other side of the coin from Family Man
and the way my life has been going in a lot of ways," Shooter tells The Boot. "The song represented the overall theme of the record.