Magic bridges the gap for all ages, races and even musical genres. Lazarus Benson has most definitely proven that with his latest show of mystical feats. In the last month alone, he has wow-ed the likes of Hip-Hop groups, Rock & Metal bands and with this installment, he can now add Country music stars to the list. For this week's Monday Magic, Laz got a chance to demonstrate his prowess for Colt Ford.
Colt Ford stopped by the Taste of Country studio recently to perform his 'Drivin' Around Song.' The notoriously unique singer delivered the country rap song with just a few acoustic instruments, and we have the whole performance on video for you to enjoy.
Growing up, Colt Ford played several sports, but despite a love for 'the game,' music eventually found him, he says. The singer stopped by Taste of Country to chat about music, his childhood and his 'Thanks for Listening' album, which hit in July.
Colt Ford stopped by the Taste of Country New York office this week to play some tunes and answer a few questions. Ford performed music from his new album 'Thanks for Listening,' which dropped earlier this month.
Would Florida Georgia Line be thriving today if Colt Ford had struggled before them? That's a big question -- one that isn't meant to discredit anything Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have accomplished in the two years since 'Cruise' became the most popular song since 'Happy Birthday.'
Colt Ford made a fan of Ronnie Dunn during a live show a few years ago. The country legend admits in this behind-the-scenes video that he quickly judged Ford, but after hearing his show, he understood. In fact, he joined him to sing the chorus of 'Mr. Goodtime' on the 'Ride Through the Country Revisited' album.