Fans from around the world, of all ages, from different backgrounds, came together to pay their respects to Elvis during the Candlelight Vigil. The theme for this year's vigil was "Thinking of You.
And to add insult to injury, the club had a dance DJ booked instead. Rather than canceling the trip in frustration, Watson called Sun and booked the studio that night.
During a chat at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, moments prior to his slot on the Grand Ole Opry, Watson spoke about the magical vibes at Sun, the process of writing spontaneously and connecting with fans through a song about gravy. How far down the road were you when you learned the Memphis gig was canceled?
We were still in Austin. We were going to leave right after the show. We were all packed up and ready to go. So he called, and they told him. Before we even left, we decided to make this thing. I understand you wrote some of the songs while you were driving.
How did you do that? So I wrote the rest on the way there. I like it being more spontaneous. These days, iPhones make it so easy. I just like having one big button to record and pause. Are you able to hear the vibe of Sun Studios in this record?
What was the spirit of the room the night you recorded it? Oh, it was great! I think of Sun Studios as a magic place in the world. There are all these great artists, but they had to come from there. How has that Sun sound influenced you? Growing up, I always thought of them as country.
My dad was a singer, and he sang their songs. But then I moved to L. Everybody thought I was rockabilly because of the way I combed my hair and liked that type of music. But to me, that was country. It was always with me. My dad played it, and I played it. How many times did you rehearse these songs before recording them? We ran it through one time and recorded it the next time.
I know there are flies on it, and I thought it added character. Not that these guys made mistakes, but I think they were going for performances more than perfection. What do you enjoy most about playing these new songs and adding them to the set list? They hear it and you can tell it makes a connection with them. It seems like it strikes a chord with people, like that music did with me.
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And to add insult to injury, the club had a dance DJ booked instead.
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