My Favorite Quotes
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 Gary LeVox - “We spend so much time and effort trying to write the best songs that we can write and pick the best songs that we can. Everything we are as humans at that time is put on tape.”
 Gary LeVox - “Thank you to Joe Henry and Doug Johnson for writing an amazing song. We were so humbled to be the ones to have done it.”
 Gary LeVox - “We've contributed a little to bringing people from the hip-hop world, the RB world and the straight-up rock world into country music. It's win-win for everybody. I think country music people are too hard on saying what's country and what's not country.”
 Gary LeVox - “It was really cool to do American Idol . That's a lot of folks sitting there, listening to country music.”
 Gary LeVox - “Fan Fair is just the most amazing thing. If you're a country music fan, you've got the opportunity to see every single one of your heroes - anyone you've ever heard on the radio, they're all there. To get all the country music artists in one place at one time means you also can get autographs and pictures if you want. It's awesome, because all the artists and all the fans are right there together, which never happens otherwise during the year.”
 Gary LeVox - “We have been so blessed since we moved to town. The response from Nashville to this show has been so tremendous that we decided we wanted to give something back to the community.”
 Gary LeVox - “We got our start at this little club back in Nashville at this place called the Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar on Mondays and Tuesdays. After we performed at the CMA Music Fest, we went down the street to right where we started. Those people were freaked out It was great, because we had just finished performing for about 50,000 people at the CMA Music Fest, then went in and performed for maybe 100 people in that little club.”
 Gary LeVox - “When we first got together, we didn't talk about who was going to sing what. We did 'Church on Cumberland Road' and it was undeniable when we hit that first chorus. We felt like we had to do it. We felt like it was ordained.”
 Gary LeVox - “It's more than I ever though it would be. My dream was to stand on that stage and sing, and that's just icing on the cake now.”