“I’m not sure I chose country music, in a way it kind of chose me,” explains Alabama native Glen Templeton. “I probably had ten or eleven jobs from the time I got out of high school until the time I finally moved to Nashville and I think I was probably fired ten or eleven times too! The thing is, the more jobs you lose, the less and less professional that next job becomes. That’s why I say I think country music kind of chose me. It just kept pulling on me, no matter what the cost was at the time.”
Since he felt that pull, Glen has performed on tour with George Jones, appeared on CMT, The Grand Ole Opry, The Ryman, and amassed a long list of regional performances. In September, he released a new single “Ball Cap.”
If you have satellite radio, you might be familiar with Glen’s latest single. “Ball Cap” is garnering a lot of airplay on The Highway as a Highway Find. Plain and simple, I love this song. From the initial drumbeat to the final note, “Ball Cap” will put you in a happy mood. It is a catchy as all get out, fun, get your body moving, sing along (and yes, all of those adjectives apply). It’s about a guy who loves it when his lady is “in a dress, always lookin’ her best” but can’t resist when she wears a certain “worn out hat I always wore turned back.”
“Baby got a ballcap on/Sure knows how to pull it off/Sun outta’ them hazel eyes/Lookin’ so good but she don’t try/Actin’ like its no big deal/Smilin’ underneath that bill/Lookin’ so right it’s wrong/Baby got a ball cap on”
Seriously try to resist this one.