Aaron Watson Talks to Pitstop for Country About Being a Leader, National Country Radio Play, and Supporting independent Music
Rejection can be a crippling experience for anyone. It can be like a weight, pulling you down further and further. Even worse, is if you begin to believe that you aren’t good enough anymore. You question why you waste your time doing what you enjoy, and soon it works its way into many aspects of your life. Then you give up. You walk away and think, “they were right, I suck.”
I’m a believer in success being glorified to a fault. We spend no time realizing what amounts of dedication, sacrifice, time, and mistakes go into someone ‘making’ it. I’m not talking about a viral video star or someone who lucked out. I’m referring to the real true talent - the ones that had to bust their ass to prove themselves and then do it another ten times before coming out victorious. I’m talking about people like Aaron Watson. Someone who was pushed down by the big machine of Nashville in his early 20’s and realized that nothing would be easy. He would have to pave his own way and 18 years later, he has emerged in a big way riding his loyal horse named Hustle.
Just a Massachusetts guy supporting Texas and other independent country/Americana artists.
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