Country radio host Bobby Bones is, without a doubt, a Morgan Wallen fan. Their latest interview is a great watch (and listen) for fans of the Whiskey Glasses artist, who has catapulted to the top of the industry since that song’s release.
As such, Bones is celebrating the release of Morgan Wallen’s latest album, Dangerous, with an in-depth interview and live concert combo as he so often does on his show. And one of the best performances of the bunch, for our money, is his acoustic rendition of “Somebody’s Problem.”
In general, “Problem” is one of the best offerings off Dangerous, Wallen’s fresh “double album.” Outsider’s own Katie Maloney ranks it as one the top five songs from the lengthy release, too, saying:
Everyone loves a bad-boy with a soft side. Morgan Wallen delivers just that in “Somebody’s Problem.” During the song, he sings about seeing a woman he knows he’s about to pursue and fall in love with. Wallen sings, “Somebody’s reason for leaving on the porch light. Thinking about them tan lines and I’m thinking, damn, I’d love to drown in them heartbreaker blue eyes. She’s somebody’s problem and somebody’s problem is about to be mine.”Katie Maloney, Outsider.com
“Somebody’s Problem” – Acoustic Vers., Morgan Wallen
Give the acoustic rendition of the brand new song a listen below, courtesy of Morgan Wallen’s Bobby Bones Show appearance with his band.
Wallen imbues “Problem” with the perfect amount of twang alongside his rebellious spirit. But there’s no mentioning this performance without citing just how good his band sounds live & acoustic. From their vocal harmonies to the precision on each accompanying instrument – these guys are some of today’s best.
Morgan Wallen Performs “More Than My Hometown,” “Somebody’s Problem,” and “7 Summers”The Bobby Bones Show
If you haven’t caught Bones’ interview with Wallen yet, though, it’s absolutely worth the listen for fans, too. Within, the two touch on everything from how Dangerous’ “Quittin’ Time” came to be – to that Saturday Night Live fiasco.
All in all, Bones asks a multitude of other insightful questions within the interview amid performances like “Somebody’s Problem” above. We’ve got extensive coverage on the highlights, as well, so be sure to check out the links above if you’re eager for more.