After winning over "A Playboy Home Companion" on Sirius Playboy Radio and making its Little Rock debut last April at a fund-raiser for Conway School Board also-ran Dwight David Honeycutt, the LR/LA-based 10 Horse Johnson
has continued skewing classic country and western and lampooning the 21st century with songs like "That's the Prozac Talking" and "Lord Please Make My Daddy Burt Reynolds."
Think: "Tenacious D on white lightnin' moonshine," fans say. I'm inclined to agree.
Check it out: "Woo Pig Fever"