Jake's good friends tell their incredible story that took them from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows. Through it all their ability to focus on the positive is something we can all learn from.
Jake sits down with Jimmie Allen. A singer, songwriter and friend. The two have a very open and honest talk about overcoming stereotypes and what "success" really is. -aaand that Jimmie used to play Burn The Fort as a kid. There were guns involved-
Ryan Parsons is one of Jake's closest friends. How close? His son's middle name is Owen. Ryan spent the weekend on the road with Jake for 3 shows and over 3000 miles traveled. They have some great stories over the years.
Tommy Cecil really IS Good Company. He wrote the song! Jake and Tommy talk about that and the time Jake played a song for Tommy that he was thinking about recording. That's when it gets weird...
The guys also talk about We Are Friday Night check out their music HERE
Lines worth listening for: "He brings the THUNDA'" - "Man, whatchu holdin' my leg for?" - "She said it was too damn loud" - "Gangsta Bulldogs" and our favorite; "You went to the club in a U-Haul?"
Jake's drummer Myron is full of them!