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The Red Clay Strays are in the studio for the first time, and they share how they got their start, how they feel about their music going viral on TikTok and more! Then, find out how much money Abby made from her song "Hey There Hometown." Mailbag: Listener is freaking out because he decided to take a DNA test and he got pinged that he has a relative that's either a dad, brother, or kid he didn't know about. All are strong possibilities for him. Would you keep looking to find out or ignore it?

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Speaker 1 (00:07):
This guy.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
Welcome to Thursday show. Months.

Speaker 3 (00:12):
Yea, let's go around the room first. A listener thinks
he may have a learning disorder. Oh yeah, especially when
he says that all these things are out of order.

Speaker 2 (00:21):
It's Eddie everyday. Yeah real cough. Hey, So a quick update.

Speaker 4 (00:24):
Do you remember I was telling you guys about that
basketball tryout that I took to my kids.

Speaker 2 (00:28):
I took my kids there and they made me say
both of them, and then stay outside. They wouldn't let
me go in the gym because I no parents are
out in the gym or whatever.

Speaker 4 (00:35):
So it was for like a Nashville AAU team, which
means like the best of the best in Nashville.

Speaker 2 (00:41):
Uh, my kids made it, both of the.

Speaker 5 (00:44):
Both of my kids made the team.

Speaker 4 (00:46):
And now my wife and are like what we because
we just took them there to see, like, all right, guys, this.

Speaker 2 (00:50):
Is a learning lesson. They stack up?

Speaker 4 (00:51):
How do you stack up? And then how are you
going to perform in tryouts? Like if you don't do
well in this tryouts, then we go back, we practice,
and we do more tryouts.

Speaker 2 (00:58):
That's how you get better. I did think they're gonna
make it. They made the team.

Speaker 3 (01:01):
Both the Eddies kids are legit A basketball players and
we're one of them. Was like, I never got the ball. Yeah,
I guess he was good. They didn't need to give
him the ball.

Speaker 4 (01:09):
Yeah, I guess not. Because he came out of the
trauts being like, I didn't get this. They didn't give
me the ball.

Speaker 3 (01:13):
It sounds like someone going on an audition and like
I didn't never never gonna call me.

Speaker 2 (01:16):
Yeah, you're casting avatar.

Speaker 4 (01:18):
So it's crazy now though, So like we could choose
if they joined the national travel team or the local team.
And now I'm thinking, like, man, do we like, do
we just pack up and go to Chicago.

Speaker 6 (01:29):
For the weekend travel thing? Then you have to take
your wife to LA I.

Speaker 3 (01:34):
Would say that you don't do the travel thing this year.
I'd say you wide again. You go ankle deep before
you cannonball in and do the local first, and if
you do like the experience, then you can go to
the travel team because it's going to be more time.

Speaker 6 (01:46):
Any more money, Yeah, money he always claims to not have.

Speaker 4 (01:50):
Yes, money, I don't, but for the kids and sassy
pants this week, like big.

Speaker 7 (01:56):
I'm actually standing up for his wife here standing.

Speaker 2 (01:59):
Up for me. No, She's been all over me and
all over Eddie and all of everybody on the show.
I like it.

Speaker 6 (02:04):
I just looking up for Eddie's up for you. It's like,
if it's something he's into, like sports and basketball, he'll
spend the money and take the time.

Speaker 7 (02:16):
Your boy asked for something. You're like, I don't know.

Speaker 2 (02:21):
Are that's awesome though, that's really cool.

Speaker 3 (02:24):
He's the back to back winner of Blind Karaoke, which
shows it doesn't matter if you're completely off key.

Speaker 2 (02:29):
It's lunch boss.

Speaker 8 (02:31):
I have this fascination with Airbnb. I've only done it
maybe three times. Now, I've done it a fourth time,
and it's so crazy to me that people rent out
their house and then you can just stay there for
a weekend, a week, a month, whatever it is. So
I did it this past weekend and I was totally
let down because cameras no.

Speaker 9 (02:51):
I know me too.

Speaker 8 (02:52):
I did look for cameras, no cameras, but it was
just an airbnb house. No one lives there, so there
was no there was no snooping. I didn't get to
learn anything about the people. I didn't see family photos,
I didn't get to see diplomas on the wall.

Speaker 2 (03:04):
I didn't see anything.

Speaker 8 (03:06):
So it was just kind of like a like you
walk into like one of those ross and it has
all those cheesy decorations like home was where the heart is, that's.

Speaker 2 (03:13):
All it had.

Speaker 3 (03:14):
And I was like, is that you couldn't like shady
into people's personal belongings.

Speaker 8 (03:18):
Not even into their personal belongings. But usually I don't
go snooping through drawers. But if it's on the wall,
you learn about this, or they have.

Speaker 2 (03:25):
A drawers at all, I mean, if they have a
down there, it's unluck. So I didn't get to snoop
at all. So it was kind of like I'm just staying.

Speaker 8 (03:33):
In a boring old ross house decorated with all the
that's sad.

Speaker 2 (03:37):
They shurite a song about that. Do you ever break
into the private closet? That's what I do. No, they
have locks on them. I break in the kitchen. I'm like, oh,
thanks for letting me.

Speaker 10 (03:48):
Know the kitchenuor No, I just see him like, wow,
they got a lot of liquor in that close the door.

Speaker 3 (03:52):
You just let you break in. You just look and
you shut it, Okay, whatever. Thanky for calling them out
on that. She loves looking out her window at the birds,
and she's never at a loss for words.

Speaker 2 (04:03):
It's amy everybody.

Speaker 6 (04:06):
So I was in a wedding last weekend and the
groom was gonna line his grooms men up by order
in which he liked them, and the bride was telling
us about this, and we were joking. We're like, oh,
that's not how it works, Like, you don't do that,
and so she told him he couldn't do that.

Speaker 3 (04:24):
It's kind of based on no, but he's in order.
That's funny, but you kind of do that where the
best man goes for surely the best man, but you
don't do all of them. You kind of do it
based on We didn't want size to be like or
like somebody really tall next tobody really short, because then
the short person woul feel weird in the pictures.

Speaker 2 (04:40):
So yeah, it was never that for us.

Speaker 6 (04:42):
Get somethings that can be high or it could be
like maybe, yeah, how long you've.

Speaker 3 (04:45):
Known them, Like Mike's five to seven in Arkansas, keats
like five A, But we didn't put either one of them.

Speaker 2 (04:52):
Next to Andy Rotics like six two.

Speaker 3 (04:55):
We kind of did ama, you know, smart, Yeah, that's
that's funny.

Speaker 2 (05:00):
Play a game.

Speaker 6 (05:01):
Yeah, So haha, a funny story. And then like we
line up and I was at the end of the bridesmaids.
I was the last one, like you. No, I know
that she didn't line us up that way, but it
just was.

Speaker 2 (05:14):
You better made the cut.

Speaker 11 (05:15):

Speaker 7 (05:16):
It was just one of those things where I thought,
you know, first jokes.

Speaker 3 (05:19):
You the first one out, Yeah, dang, get in the fleet.
Then the tournament, and I know.

Speaker 6 (05:24):
She didn't do that, but it was just funny that
to think that some people may actually do that.

Speaker 7 (05:27):
And then I happened to be last.

Speaker 2 (05:30):
I was a joke that really I felt good about.

Speaker 3 (05:31):
It came to my head, well, it's just like I'm
doing an n C DOUAA tournament joke, and this.

Speaker 7 (05:36):
Is a basketball thing.

Speaker 3 (05:37):
Yeah, March had like next four in, first four out,
and Joel Nardi was like, you were his.

Speaker 2 (05:42):
First one out.

Speaker 3 (05:43):
Well maybe because we're not March yet, I know, but
I really like I like that joke, even though nobody
else here thought it was funny.

Speaker 2 (05:48):
I like that joke, all right, right, go ahead. From
Mountain Pine in Arkansas. He loves getting sports memorabilia on TikTok.

Speaker 3 (05:54):
It's probably because he's a big job Bobby bow was
I was a little scary.

Speaker 2 (06:01):
I got two weird run man to show reviews to
give you. First of all, I watched Griselda on Netflix. Yeah,
oh is that awesome.

Speaker 3 (06:10):
It's only six episodes total, there will be no season two.
H Sophia Vigara and she's great in the role. She's
a cocaine queen, and so she plays Griselda and how
she came to America not to not to sell cocaine,
but she came to America to get away from that,
and then she ended up being the person who was mad.
I'm not gonna say too much at it, too much
about it, but it's good. It's not something you watch

when you want to feel good.

Speaker 7 (06:33):
The titles in Spanish.

Speaker 2 (06:35):
Fifty fifty, like you guys said, mmm, you.

Speaker 7 (06:40):
Know, yeah, okay.

Speaker 6 (06:42):
So there's a documentary about her too. I think it's
called The Cocain Queen. I watched that and I'm one
episode into Griselda or whatever it's called.

Speaker 7 (06:50):
And the documentary is awesome too.

Speaker 3 (06:52):
It's eighty seven percent of Rotten Tomatoes. It's not even
the murders that bother me so much on the show.
It's all the smoking.

Speaker 2 (06:58):
She smokes a lot everybody does because that time, it's
like nineteen seventy nine, nineteen eighty everything smoking all the time.

Speaker 3 (07:03):
And I'm like, let's fine, shoo him in the head.
Why do you gotta smoke all the time? Just smoking
all the time. The other thing is I watched The
Iron Claw. Oh yeah, it now streams. I saw Maren
Morris had posted she had watched, and I was like, oh,
I can now watch it at home. And it's a
ninety four percent positive And it's the Von eric Family.

Speaker 2 (07:23):
Is that a show or a movie? A movie?

Speaker 3 (07:25):
And don't let the wrestling part distract you from it
being a good movie. There is wrestling in it, which
I thought was cool too because they had some of
the guys that look like the old guys. It's I mean,
it's a really good movie. It it's so.

Speaker 7 (07:38):
Like, even if we're not into wrestling.

Speaker 4 (07:39):
You'll like it. It's It's tough. Is that the one
you're talking about? Zach Effron looking jac.

Speaker 2 (07:44):
Keffer was like a cartoon character.

Speaker 3 (07:46):
They get a real big Yeah, it's it's it's a
really good movie, but man, it's tough.

Speaker 2 (07:51):
Iron Claw, It's tough. Was that a move that did?
Like The Claw? His dad did, and then a lot
then they did it as their move too. Okay. I
remember them doing it and my wife was watching it
with me and she was like, that's the stupidest move
I've ever seen. You think you're gonna call me to
me some that.

Speaker 3 (08:05):
I was like, it's the seventh Yeah, it's it's I
definitely recommend both of them, but that movie. Zach Effron
should have won an award for that movie. He wasn't
even nominated. Like, here's mister High School Musical and it's
completely just embraced.

Speaker 2 (08:22):
The role got huge, like.

Speaker 3 (08:24):
Uncomfortably huge because of it, which did a great job.

Speaker 2 (08:27):
It's sad. It's sad movie. Let's open up the mail bag.

Speaker 11 (08:32):
Friendly mail, and we read all the air. It's something
we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 2 (08:38):
Yeah, Hello, whoa, whoa, whoa Bobby Bones.

Speaker 3 (08:41):
This past Christmas, I received one of those DNA testing
family Tree kids.

Speaker 2 (08:46):
Why this seemed like a good gift, I don't know.
It was beyond me.

Speaker 3 (08:48):
I wouldn't have got it for anyone, but you know
what I thought, why not? I had no reason not to.
I went ahead and did it. Now I got the
results and I'm freaking out it seems there are two
people in their catalog of clients who I'm a match
strong enough to make them either a parent or a
sibling or a child of mine. I never knew my dad,

and I was pretty reckless in my twenties, so I'm
not ruling anything out. How do you reach out to
a complete stranger and even have that conversation signed DNA Dave.
I guess what Dave's saying too, is.

Speaker 2 (09:22):
It could be any of those pure bloods, because if
he didn't know his dad and he's pretty reckless, baby, yeah,
possibly if the name is a dude name. But the
age should be on there too, at least when I
have like second cousins that message me because I did it,
it shows their age, so the age should be on there.

But you can reach out to a complete stranger, and
I would do it on social media and just go, hey,
I took the DNA test. I know you did too.
But there's also ways you can message inside the DNA test,
like that's where I would get mine. Yeah, Or it
would go like I'd get a little boot and you'd
be like, you're a new second cousin. Jimmy's message you
they got d ms in the DNA test.

Speaker 3 (10:04):
They do wow, So I would do that and if
they don't answer, then I would go to social media
because if they're straight blood blood and you want to know,
you deserve to know.

Speaker 7 (10:13):
In the DNA stuff there is there's not photos, right.

Speaker 2 (10:16):
Sometimes it's okay because I think.

Speaker 6 (10:18):
You load them okay because like if you just go
to social media try to find them, you could find
the wrong Jimbob, you know, send them a no.

Speaker 2 (10:26):
He was crazy, Jimbo the dad I don't know.

Speaker 3 (10:30):
Uh yeah, I don't have one on mine, and I
mostly don't put pictures up on things anymore. That's not
like my personal social because my wife makes so much
fun of me because I put up like headshots, like
I'm a Peloton account, uber EAT's account.

Speaker 2 (10:43):
I just want a good headshot. I just want a
good picture. It's like red carpet first.

Speaker 3 (10:46):
Yes, anytime I have them, I don't load anything because
I don't want to hear from her.

Speaker 2 (10:50):
You do have the right to reach out.

Speaker 3 (10:51):
I would reach out to the proper channel first, and
if you hear don't hear anything, then I would reach
out through the secondary channel. And then if you don't
hear anything, it's up to you how uncomfortable you want
to make it.

Speaker 2 (11:00):
But if they're also a client, they also want to know.

Speaker 3 (11:04):
That's tough. Maybe that's tough. No, they do, they do,
or they wouldn't have taken the test. Or maybe if
they don't, they shouldn't have taken the test because now they.

Speaker 7 (11:12):
Open that door.

Speaker 2 (11:13):
Yeah, they are all right. Thank you, DNA, Dave.

Speaker 5 (11:16):
We got your gmail and we read on the air.

Speaker 4 (11:20):
Now let's find the clothes.

Speaker 11 (11:21):
Bobby fail back.

Speaker 2 (11:23):
Yeah, it's not for pick a bit where if you're
not listed here you get to vote. Okay, we're gonna
pick a bit. Come on, we can pick the bit
that Amy has suggested, called the weird tool that Amy's
using in the dating world.

Speaker 3 (11:39):
Whoa, here's pick a bit from Lunchbox. Find out how
Lunchbox almost ended up in jail. We'll be right back,
he said. Here, we will be right back. And then
here's one from Abby. You won't believe how much money
I've made on my song. I just looked at how
much money I've made on Hey, their hometown.

Speaker 2 (12:00):
Those three which would you like to do? This segment?

Speaker 3 (12:02):
You have Amy the weird tools she's using in her
dating world Lunchbox.

Speaker 2 (12:06):
Find out how Lunchbox almost ended up in jail. We'll
be right back. Or Abby how much money she'd made
on her song?

Speaker 9 (12:13):
Can I can?

Speaker 2 (12:14):
I know I can't sell yours. I'm not gonna sell.
I'm gonna bash one of them.

Speaker 3 (12:19):
No, we're not bashing because they can bash yours.

Speaker 2 (12:23):
My vote, Eddie. I want to hear how much Abby
has made on her song. We just did this with
Ray and it wasn't.

Speaker 5 (12:28):
Any dings, So why would you do again?

Speaker 1 (12:30):

Speaker 6 (12:30):
I do.

Speaker 12 (12:30):
I do feel like Abby and Lunchbrocks are kind of
baiting me.

Speaker 8 (12:33):
I think I'm going Amy Okay, the weird tools, So
I know that's why it sounds interesting.

Speaker 2 (12:39):
I'm gonna go with Abby. Yeah, yeah, Abby, microphone.

Speaker 7 (12:46):
I'm curious how so much?

Speaker 8 (12:47):
I'm not because Ray made thirty dollars, so she probably made.

Speaker 2 (12:50):
Hey, Abby, I'm sorry he's yelling over you. I know.
So you got your first checks for hate their hometown.

Speaker 12 (12:56):
Well I didn't get my first check, but I looked online.

Speaker 2 (12:58):
Okay. So Also, it's all like on a computer in
a database.

Speaker 13 (13:02):

Speaker 12 (13:02):
You can go to your account and here's the thing.
So you know, artists usually a manager's right to help
out with these things. So I didn't know I was
supposed to register it, and so I just registered it
like a month ago, and then I just looked on
there and they actually put it under the wrong Abby
Anderson the other for it. Yes, I think she was,

So I just so as of now, I have gotten paid.

Speaker 7 (13:27):
Zero for my song.

Speaker 2 (13:30):
Oh well, you clickbaitd the crab out of Asia. Commit
you pleating the crap out of us.

Speaker 3 (13:37):
How much do you think though that Abby Anderson, not
Abby Lee Anderson, you, but Abby Anderson?

Speaker 2 (13:42):
How much do you think she's made?

Speaker 12 (13:43):
Oh, dang, it's gonna be a lot. It's gotta be
a lot. I mean what a thousand? I would say, No,
I'm just kidding.

Speaker 2 (13:48):
A thousand? You never know. What do you think you
made all time for vacation? Definitely a thousand. So yeah,
she'll easily get five six, seven hundred off of Hey
their hometown. Oh my god, by the end of a year.
But Abby, how are you going to get it back?

Speaker 7 (14:01):
Well, they're in the process right now.

Speaker 12 (14:03):
It's like switching it over to me because it was
registered under her, even though I have my middle names.

Speaker 7 (14:09):
I don't know how it could have gotten registered.

Speaker 2 (14:11):
I know how they're built a great job picking a bit.
I don't mind it. We'll bring in Abby Anderson to play.
We could talk.

Speaker 10 (14:18):
About she plays her own song, she stole it.

Speaker 12 (14:26):
I'm learning from the best.

Speaker 2 (14:27):
Yeah, that's good. You tricked us. You got to give
a credit for that good jobby. That's pick a bit.
Which one did you not want to hear the most?
Probably lunch Fox go to jail or almost went to jail? Whatever,
it's okay, fun take it off, all right, Ja, that's easy. No,
I can't do that and pick a bit. We picked
a bit. It was Abby as you circle back, who knows?

Speaker 7 (14:49):

Speaker 2 (14:52):
Are you jealous?

Speaker 7 (14:53):

Speaker 6 (14:55):
No, I just this is what you should do though.

Speaker 3 (14:58):
You have a chance now since Abbaye is off list,
I would make yours a little more tantalizing.

Speaker 2 (15:04):
And that's a big war. Was that mean? I mean
going to jail? I mean that's all it needs.

Speaker 7 (15:14):

Speaker 2 (15:15):
Yeah, amys is pretty tantalized, dude. It's time for the
good news.

Speaker 4 (15:24):
Larry Ferris Junior is a school bus driver in Kentucky
and he's picking up the kids ready to go to school,
and he sees a first grader in the back crying,
and he's looking through that mirror, you know where he
looks up what's going on with him?

Speaker 2 (15:36):
So he calls him up here, Hey, come over here,
what's going on. It's pajama day and I don't have pajamas. Oh.
He's like, no, no, Larry's like, this isn't gonna happen.

Speaker 4 (15:44):
So he drops off the kids at school and then
he goes straight to the store, gets the little kid pajamas,
drops it off at the at the office, and now
the little first grader cry, no more, He's got pajamas
for pajama day.

Speaker 3 (15:56):
That's awesome. That amazing because he definitely didn't have to
do that. Like, it's not like being a bus driver
paging millions of dollars a year. No, And usually bus
drivers are like coaches who like don't even want to.

Speaker 2 (16:06):
Drive a bucks. Dude.

Speaker 4 (16:07):
My my school bus driver, probably from kindergarten to about
fifth or sixth grade.

Speaker 2 (16:12):
He was awesome, really, he was so cool. And he'd
even wait for me in the mornings.

Speaker 4 (16:16):
He'd honk dirt dirt there outside my house and I'd
come out and be like two more minutes.

Speaker 2 (16:20):
He's like a hurry up. He'd wait on you, he'd
wait on me. He was so cool. I was the
first to be picked up and the last of we
dropped off. Oh if you're the first, that's okay. Oh
yeah yeah, but I mean that would mess up his
whole schedule. But he's so good. Yeah, he did that
for me. That guy, that's awesome. That's what it's all about.
That was telling me something good.

Speaker 5 (16:38):
So Bobby Bones Show Interviews.

Speaker 3 (16:40):
In case you didn't know, this is one of my
favorite bands in existence right now. Their name is the
Red Clay Strays. I found him on TikTok and they're
just awesome. I almost want to shut up just so
they can come in. They're off from Alabama. They've been
doing this for a while. They just played the Grand
Ole Opry. They've been out with Dirks and Eric Church,
jan Nelle King and All Crow Medicine Show.

Speaker 2 (17:02):
And they're awesome. And that's all I'll say here. They
are the Red Clay Strays.

Speaker 5 (17:06):
On The Bobby Bones Show.

Speaker 11 (17:08):

Speaker 3 (17:10):
I've been begging my producer to get you guys in
here since Christmas just about Like I've been a big
fan for a long time, so this is super cool
for me to have you guys, Brandon, good to meet you.
You know what's fun about you is you perform a
lot of times dressed up, like in a sports coat,
and it's like, I don't know how he does it.
At some point I think I would just get hot

and like go to cut off like that is that
part of like the vibe, like you want to like,
what's what's the look here?

Speaker 11 (17:37):

Speaker 13 (17:37):
I mean sometimes uh, if it does get hot, I
do take the sports.

Speaker 9 (17:41):
Code all you do.

Speaker 3 (17:42):
I mean the dedication though to coming out and looking
like you care because.

Speaker 2 (17:46):
I just wouldn't care. I'll be on the road, I
just wouldn't care. I'll be in a T shirt. Yeah,
i'd look like you.

Speaker 5 (17:52):
But he said that. I didn't say that.

Speaker 2 (17:53):
He pointed at himself.

Speaker 9 (17:54):
So you said, when you look good, you feel good.

Speaker 2 (17:56):
Yeah, look good, you feel good.

Speaker 6 (17:58):

Speaker 9 (17:59):
When you play good you make money?

Speaker 12 (18:00):
Yeah, play good, play good good.

Speaker 2 (18:04):

Speaker 3 (18:05):
You guys are an example that I used to a
lot of my artist friends who go, you know, I
don't want to get on social media because I don't
want to be corny. There are two bands that I've
seen really embrace not being corny and getting their message out,
and it's you guys and Lake Street Dive who you're
both great musically and you're not doing TikTok dances and
it's just organically you guys playing either live or sound

check or you're like, so, was that part of the
idea whenever you guys started to spread on social media
or did somebody else just go you guys, just play,
We'll shoot it and put it up.

Speaker 13 (18:36):
No, it's it was actually our manager, Cody's idea. My
brother is a videographer and uh, he was looking for
work at the time. I think he was driving for
Uber and it was actually Cody's idea to hire him
to come along with us, and we took him along
for the first time on the road with us on
the Elking tour last year and then hired him on
full time last April. And he's just been following us

around with the and he edits all the videos and
he's pretty much took over our social media and he
posts everything, and.

Speaker 2 (19:06):
So he just does it. You guys don't even really know.
But his style is like he's just going to get
you guys as raw as possible and he's never coming
up to you Brandon going okay, do it TikTok dance.

Speaker 13 (19:15):
No no, no, yeah, yeah, he just follows it. He
just follows us around and captures the moment.

Speaker 2 (19:21):
Yeah right, it's hard. It's it hard to ignore him.
He looks like he says arms costs right now, meaning business.

Speaker 9 (19:28):
It started off being super uncomfortable.

Speaker 2 (19:31):
It's like the real world of the TV show. At first,
the cameras are like, I don't know how to act,
and you just forget about it. When did you guys notice?
And up ticking people going wow, I saw you guys
somewhere on social media and I'm a huge fan, and
your show started to fill up more and more.

Speaker 13 (19:47):
Probably, Uh, well, we had a little jump when we
did the live as sessions with Western af and then uh,
I think Devil in my Ear popped off on TikTok
and then once that popped off, uh, everybody caught onto
one ring wine and wondering why I just ended up
taking off.

Speaker 2 (20:02):
The live session. I think that's what that was from
to the wondering why are you guys like in a warehouse?
Is that I'm thinking of the right thing, right man.
I think that was my exposure, the first exposure to
you guys, and I was like I love them, and
I'm not gonna tell them that because it'll be creepy,
but I love them. So you guys from Alabama? All
you guys from Alabama? How'd you guys? How'd you guys
get sevens?

Speaker 9 (20:21):
Is not?

Speaker 2 (20:21):
That's his name?

Speaker 9 (20:22):

Speaker 2 (20:22):
Sevens? Yeah, spelled wrong? But seven?

Speaker 5 (20:26):
How do you have?

Speaker 2 (20:26):
What's the core? Who joined first?

Speaker 11 (20:30):

Speaker 2 (20:30):
Who are the two people that were like we need
to get a band? Like where did the start?

Speaker 6 (20:33):

Speaker 14 (20:33):
We all started this as a five, like all five
of us started this thing together.

Speaker 2 (20:37):
Really, yeah? And so is anybody related not in the band?

Speaker 14 (20:41):
Brandon, our videographer, is yeah, but me and Brandon played
in another band we did like we were a local
cover band and Drew was the manager and booking agent.

Speaker 2 (20:51):
You weren't good or is it the cover band part?
You didn't? Well, me and Brandon were Goodbody.

Speaker 9 (20:58):
Feel that?

Speaker 11 (20:59):

Speaker 2 (20:59):
Feel like that? Well, let's let's get it.

Speaker 3 (21:01):
Let's get a song here because I'm just such a
big fan of the music. So would you guys play?

Speaker 2 (21:05):
No one else like me? Like I'm a big fan
of that song? All right here they are Red Clay Strays,
Bobby Bone Show, Come on.

Speaker 3 (21:14):
I am Pete a little one of those moments. Holy crap,
Red Clay strays in studio. We go take a break,
come back in just a second.

Speaker 2 (21:23):
And I need water. I don't know if they do,
but I need water. Will come back in a second.

Speaker 7 (21:27):
Here, body is vibrating.

Speaker 2 (21:28):
Yes, that's that's your Yeah, all right, Red claytra is here,
Bobby Bone Show, be.

Speaker 5 (21:34):
Right back on the Bobby Bone Show.

Speaker 3 (21:37):
Now, hey, Brandon, how'd you guys get your name? Like,
where did it come from? What's what's the root? And
did you go through other names?

Speaker 13 (21:44):
Andrews's brother thought of the name actually, yeah, and uh,
we didn't like it at first, but we needed a
name because we were playing as I think the Brandon
Coleman Trio or something. Yeah, it was a bunch of
different names. But uh, that's when you come up with
that when we were like.

Speaker 9 (21:58):
Let's catch you.

Speaker 2 (21:59):
Yeah, Bobby Bones, I hated that name. That's not my
real name. Bobby is my real name. You told me
your last name is not Bones. It is not it
is it is Bone. No, it's not even that. But yeah,
like I hated it's not like a freaking pirate.

Speaker 3 (22:10):
And then the pirates are cool, But back in the day,
they weren't as cool guys like right now they're very.

Speaker 2 (22:15):
Very in vogue.

Speaker 3 (22:15):
But back then, oh yeah, modern day, yeah, yeah it was.

Speaker 2 (22:18):
It wasn't the case back then. How to patch and everything?
And are you guys do you guys tour?

Speaker 3 (22:23):
Do you stay on the road and like rock and
roll tour or do you do like what the country
guys do where it's like Friday, Saturday, Sunday and they
come home.

Speaker 9 (22:30):
No, yeah, we pretty much stay gone. Uh.

Speaker 13 (22:33):
We're getting to the point now to where we can
actually when we have like three or four days off,
will just fly home. But for the most part it's
just been we've been going for a month or a
month and a half.

Speaker 2 (22:43):
And that's rock tour right there. Yeah, ourselves to stay
on the road.

Speaker 14 (22:47):
Now we have a we have a first time in
a previous We got it back in September.

Speaker 2 (22:52):
So is that a joke? I thought he was doing boom. No, No,
he's just beating John Gotta gotta got it. Uh, what's
it you do? You want to test something? Okay? Cool?
I don't know. I don't know what's happening about it.

Speaker 11 (23:03):

Speaker 3 (23:04):
The red clay strays are here. They are from Mobile, Alabama.
The one of my favorite new bands. How long have
you guys been together? Officially in this unit? Seven years years?

Speaker 2 (23:14):
Overnight success, except it took almost ten years to do it.
I mean, isn't that how it is? I mean it
feels like people like this new band and you're like, God, damn,
we've been at it for seven years.

Speaker 9 (23:23):
Yeah, we've been here this whole time.

Speaker 2 (23:24):
And in the studio for seven years the whole time.
Red clay Strays are here. If you guys don't mind,
if I can get one more? Would you do? Wondering why?

Speaker 1 (23:32):

Speaker 2 (23:32):
Is that cool? All right?

Speaker 9 (23:33):

Speaker 2 (23:33):
They are Red clay Strays Bobby Bone show.

Speaker 11 (23:38):

Speaker 2 (23:39):
Okay, let me say this. You guys got to go.

Speaker 9 (23:40):
To the show.

Speaker 3 (23:41):
And they're playing a bunch of cities of shows in
so March seventh and Fabville, Arkansas at JJ's Live, Bojier City, Biluxi, Gonzalez, Louisiana.
Go over to the website Red Claystrays dot com and
I follow them on social media and just become a
fan like I have been massive fan.

Speaker 2 (23:57):
Guys. It's been really cool for me. So I had
to wake up early. I wish this was more of
a night show.

Speaker 9 (24:01):
You know, but I didn't even go to sleep.

Speaker 2 (24:03):
Yeah, there you go. But just for me, this has
been really cool. What'd you think, Eddie?

Speaker 4 (24:08):
I love it, dude, I mean that, I love the style,
I love the music's great. I can't wait to go
to one of these shows, Like I want to see
this live in the studio.

Speaker 5 (24:16):
There's a no, no, no, it's a different vibe.

Speaker 2 (24:18):
I want to see it in a bar, not on
a screen. Right now, they're literally, let's.

Speaker 5 (24:22):
Do let's do it.

Speaker 7 (24:23):
Yeah, no sold fa Yeah I hadn't.

Speaker 6 (24:26):
I've never heard y'all before, so I'm really I love
like getting new music.

Speaker 7 (24:30):
I already texted a friend like google this now.

Speaker 3 (24:33):
I was hyping it too, and I was hoping it
wasn't like a new movie when you're like, the movie
is so good, and even if the movie is good,
you're like, well, I had higher expectations because you told
me it was so good. Yeah, I see you guys
are old school the movie Yeah, hype and lived up
to it.

Speaker 2 (24:48):
Boom red K. There's a voicemail we got last night.

Speaker 1 (24:54):
Hey, longtime listeners mostly podcasts, but I'll tell y'all if
you were not listening to the post show. So on
the podcast. Wherever you get your podcasts, you're missing out.
It is some of the best content you'll listen to,
some of the best games that they can't do on air.
It is so good and I love it.

Speaker 2 (25:11):
Checks like we're doing dirty things. Then no, we two
or three times a week.

Speaker 3 (25:16):
We'll just go we got a lot more to talk
about and just turn the micros up and do a
whole separate podcast that never hits the air. But what
we do is it's way more of us not being
controlled by a clock. Right like we're doing national show.
We have got to get out at certain times because
local affiliates have to go to songs or commer but
that we just go. So definitely check out the post
showed on the Bobby Bone Show podcast there all right.

Speaker 11 (25:37):
Next one, Hey, lunchbox, Did you see the guy in
DC that's thirty one, three hundred plus million dollars on
the lottery. His numbers were on the lottery web page.
He went to cash us ticket in and they said
so sorry, wrong numbers were posted on the website. Instead
of having six numbers and being three hundred and sixty

plus million dollars richer, he only had one number. So
he's filed a lawsuit. What would Lunchbox do.

Speaker 3 (26:07):
We talked about this a couple of days ago, Lunchbox,
You've had a couple of days to think about it.

Speaker 2 (26:11):
I'm all in with this guy. I'm following a lawsuit.

Speaker 8 (26:13):
You know, pain and suffering, emotional distress.

Speaker 2 (26:19):
You going what I'm trying to other words, all all
these things, like all the good things happened to his psyche.

Speaker 8 (26:24):
Yeah, but then once they didn't, they caused him into
a deep depression.

Speaker 2 (26:28):
He started drinking that impression disorder because you would think
you're a millionaire and you're not.

Speaker 3 (26:34):
If something bad happened to it because of that, then
there's probably something, but there's no there's nothing here. If
it's really an accident, there's nothing here.

Speaker 5 (26:43):
Pile of stories.

Speaker 6 (26:44):
So there's a video about something called the Dorito theory,
and it's making rounds online because it explains why people
are so obsessed with TikTok.

Speaker 2 (26:53):
What's the dourdo theory? Because I'm if I have one Doto,
I need eighty four and if I watch one TikTok video,
I need to swipe eighty all found it good?

Speaker 5 (27:01):
That's it?

Speaker 6 (27:02):
Well, here is a woman named Aria, and she's gone
viral and TikTok for sharing her theory.

Speaker 7 (27:06):
Imagine eating Dorito's.

Speaker 15 (27:08):
When you eat a dorito and finish your bite, you're
not fully satisfied.

Speaker 2 (27:12):
It's not the same as eating a steak.

Speaker 15 (27:14):
Eating potato chips is addictive because the peak of the
experience is kind of when you're tasting it and not after.
I think this applies to a lot of different very
addictive things in life, like the infinite scroll on TikTok.
You're never satisfied after you engage in the behavior. I'd
recommend actually trying to just remove anything that you think

falls into dorito category.

Speaker 11 (27:38):

Speaker 2 (27:38):
I like, and I like TikTok, so I'm gonna keep
doing it.

Speaker 6 (27:41):
It's like Dorita's really like, thanks a lot for making
us at the time. I mean, there's so many other
things that could have fallen in line with that.

Speaker 2 (27:46):
It could be the sprinkles.

Speaker 7 (27:48):
Yeah, it's all chips. So uh, there's ai girlfriends and boyfriends.

Speaker 2 (27:56):
You know, I don't, but tell me more.

Speaker 6 (27:59):
Well, the people are going on these apps and they're
creating people to be their companion of sorts. But the
problem is these apps are selling your information to other people.

Speaker 7 (28:10):
So just beware if you're downloading an.

Speaker 6 (28:12):
AI generated app to have a friend or whatnot, don't
divulge sensitive information to your AI counterpart.

Speaker 2 (28:19):
Or even your real or even the one that's not
AI but is your fake Derek Spentley boyfriend, right, because
that's probably like a person in South Africa tricking you. Yeah.
I don't reveal anything.

Speaker 3 (28:29):
On social media that's like your social or checking account numbers,
and don't pay them in gift cards.

Speaker 6 (28:36):
Yeah no, I mean there's just so many ways that
they're taking people's information and literally turning around and selling all.

Speaker 3 (28:42):
Of the Josh, fifteen years ago, when I was like
single and just lonely, even after fifteen years, I could
have had an AI girlfriend.

Speaker 2 (28:48):
You totally would have Oh yeah, it's been awesome.

Speaker 9 (28:51):
No no, no, don't.

Speaker 2 (28:52):
I would have been so not as lonely, and they
would have been like, guys, come on, I want you
to meet my girlfriend. Yeah really, oh.

Speaker 3 (28:58):
Oh boy, yeah, oh Bobby Lena come out, and then
no way to come to the door.

Speaker 2 (29:02):
Then I would play my phone. Hi, I'm Bobby Lena.

Speaker 6 (29:07):
I really we're laughing, but you probably would have No,
I wasn't kidding you know how you do bits in
life likes. So Parker McCollum shared some baby names on
Instagram as like a little note to his wife, like saying, hey,
here here's some names. Go ahead, balls in your court, Hallie.
So you want to know what he threw out there
for her?

Speaker 3 (29:28):
M something like choos from there's like Corleone, Cowboy Jones,
what is it?

Speaker 2 (29:33):

Speaker 7 (29:34):
Very similar? So there's Keaton Cadillac.

Speaker 2 (29:35):
McCollum Cadillac, that would be something.

Speaker 6 (29:38):
King Cowboy McCollum, that's too much, Yancey, Tyler six Shooter
Walker Yancey, and Major Yancy, which is your favorite.

Speaker 2 (29:49):
Of all those?

Speaker 3 (29:49):
Probably Major Yancy because it doesn't feel like I'm at
the OK Corral.

Speaker 2 (29:54):
And seems the most normal.

Speaker 3 (29:56):
But I saw where Eric Decker and Jesse James Decker
just named their new baby Denver.

Speaker 2 (30:01):
So that's pretty cool. Oh he played for the Broncos. Yeah,
that's really cool. Oh I like that. That's pretty cool name.

Speaker 6 (30:06):
Sometimes people do that if they know where the baby
was conceived.

Speaker 2 (30:08):
But I don't think it was conceived there because he
didn't play for the Broncos. And how do you know that?

Speaker 3 (30:12):
Yeah, all of a sudden you made a ki name Albuquerque,
and you're like, I know where your parents are.

Speaker 6 (30:17):
Sometimes people know because they know if that's the last
time they had done that.

Speaker 2 (30:22):
This is my friend portif a.

Speaker 6 (30:28):
No way in there, there's no way, Okay, I'm maybe
that's my file.

Speaker 5 (30:33):
That was Amy's pile life stories. It's time for the
good news.

Speaker 2 (30:38):
How much Box. There's this sixty four year old woman
in Michigan.

Speaker 8 (30:45):
She's been playing the Ghostbusters lottery ticket since it came
out last September.

Speaker 2 (30:49):
Five dollars scratch off. Hadn't want anything, and she's.

Speaker 8 (30:53):
On her way to work and she's talking to the
clerk at the gas station like, yeah, you know, I'm
just looking forward to retiring, and hey, maybe this ticket
holt me retire. She goes to work lunch break calms,
she's like, oh, I need to scratch that tickets.

Speaker 2 (31:07):
Slurfing a ticket out. I's slurfing, Well, what's a scratch Okay,
maybe more like that, and she's like.

Speaker 8 (31:16):
Holy crap, I want five hundred dollars And then she
reads it closer. She's like, oh my god, Oh my god,
I think I'm gonna have a heart attack. She won
five hundred thousand dollars.

Speaker 2 (31:25):
Wow, that's so cool.

Speaker 3 (31:27):
Events if I ever won a bunch of money on
a scratch off, I would think somehow lunch Box are
pranking me. No matter where I was. I was in
a different state and I bought it. Somehow he has
gotten this ticket to me to prank me because he
has those prank tickets.

Speaker 2 (31:39):
Yeah you read in the back of the redeem at
your mama's house. Yeah, only about only about it in
your dreams. That's awesome for her, That's what it's all about.

Speaker 5 (31:47):
That was telling me something good.
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