5. Jamey Johnson, "The Guitar Song" 1: What does Jamey Johnson keep under all of that hair? Songs. Nashville's gruffest and grittiest star turns out to be its most reliable traditionalist, a Music Row pro who can write a song for every emotional season. Johnson pulled out a whole slew of them -- 25, clocking in north of 105 minutes -- for his double-disc fourth album: acoustic confessions and rugged boogie blues, big weepers and grim reapers, cover tunes and novelty ditties, not to mention "California Riots" and "Playing the Part," a pair of fiercely funny, unrepentantly redneck swipes at the frou-frou blue states.
â¢ Music fans Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves stepped out for a date night - with some musician pals in tow. The couple headed to Skybar in L.A., where the Zac Brown Band was celebrating its new album. McConuaghey and Alves sat at the band's table, and the actor happily chatted up Brown. They were also joined at the table by Jamey Johnson.