Inside Edge: Jerrod wants to 'punish' cowboys; Johnny Cash is back; Danny hates Brad Paisley (VIDEO)
Jerrod Niemann recently bought a bull from the stock of Back Seat Buckers, the official bull ownership program of PBR (Professional Bull Riders.) He has named his Back Seat Buckers bull “High Noon” after his new album. “I bought a bull, yeah. I liked him because he was…he’s kinda smaller, you know, and he’s got a lot to grow, kinda like with artists in their careers," Jerrod says. "So I’m gonna be there by his side, watchin’ him buck all those cowboys off. I don’t think I’ll ever probably care to ride High Noon, but I hope that he punishes everybody that does.” The bull is on track to win more than $100,000 in 2014. Any money won by "High Noon" will be donated to Jerrod's charity, Free The Music USA, which provides musical instruments to kids who couldn't otherwise afford them.
Johnny Cash is back on top of Billboard's Top Country Albums chart with the release of newly discovered songs he recorded in the early '80s. They were put on an album called "Out Among The Stars." Johnny died in 2003.