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Jim Lauderdale “I met Jesus In A Bar”

“Country Super Hits, Vol. 1”, one of two brand new albums that Jim Lauderdale will release simultaneously this year, features the perfect country choruses and fierce honky-tonkin’ sound that first garnered him a loyal cult following in the 1990s. His recordings for Warner Bros., Atlantic and RCA earned loads of critical acclaim and an enthusiastic fan base, but working with independent labels has given him the creative freedom to make music that stirs his passions. USA Today says when artists “want to get back to their roots, they often turn toward Jim Lauderdale, a singer-songwriter whose talent for lyrical and melodic twists is practically unparalleled in Nashville.” These artists have included Dwight Yoakam, Ralph Stanley, George Strait and Patty Loveless, and the collaborations have resulted in hit songs (with artists like George Strait, Dixie Chicks, Patty Loveless and Mark Chesnutt) and a Grammy for Bluegrass Album of the Year (2002’s “Lost in the Lonesome Pines”).


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35 thoughts on “Jim Lauderdale “I met Jesus In A Bar”

  1. One greatest artist and talented singer and songwriter. Wish him happy birthday today. Truly love this classic hit song. A plus two thumbs up. 👍👍👍💚👍💙💙💙💙💙💙❄️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️🌟🌟🌟🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  2. I walked the aisle in a church in the summer of 1969 to confess Jesus Christ before men. Since that time he was constantly worked in me, at present the wheels of evangelism turn in me around the clock. Heaven is going to be sweet.

  3. I was really drunk driving a friends Porsche at about 95 on a city street, I hit the next gear and went sideways, God literally grabbed my shoulder and said "you are going to die if you don't stop this." I drove back to the bar got my car and went home. That was my last drink 1/22/86 almost 33 years ago. And life has been good, every breath, every sunset, is a bonus.

  4. Love this song. Still try find one his Classic hit album Point of no Return. Hard find cd. Back 1989. Kind funny never though meet Ricky Skaggs at church back 1990. Kind open my heart in his church. Back then lots women in shelter look up to me. Still believe in Jesus. Since was child. After say close to 54 years next month in April 9 This song teach you not drink. I learn from my uncle and dad years go drink all time. Learn from them. Wake up call. Been 10 years. Don't drink. Work lot and enjoy classic hits songs. Music always save me. And few things learn from church.

  5. In 2000 I went into an old Harley dealer looking for a carburetor adapter. I brought home Jesus instead. Have never looked back.

  6. There are a lot of big money media generated and supported country 'stars', but not many real country singers anymore. Mr. Lauderdale is the real stuff, great work.

  7. walked right past him in denver at the Ellie Culkins Opera house. in a bright blue suit…..hell of a guy. very easy going and talented.

  8. It has been a looong time since I heard any music.  I am totally deaf as well as legally blind.  There's no room on my back for any more crosses.

  9. I was an avowed atheist when Jesus revealed Himself to me… so if people think Jesus wouldn't meet someone in a bar, they have forgotten how great a wine maker He is… lol.

  10. This video belongs at the bottom of a "crick" (as they say in the States, creek in proper language). Why, you might say? Well (pardon the pun), telling a story about drinking and meeting the Lord while the video portrays him wih a shirt tattooed with crosses? C'mon, let's keep it real when it comes to storytelling, ey? God bless him and us all nonetheless 😉

  11. Yessir this sumbitch likely earned every wrinkle,little George (Jones and Strait),little Merle,and a little David A. Coe,sweet is as sweet does and this is sweet!

  12. Jim reminds so much of a man I called a friend, they looked so much alike.  but my friend drank himself to death, i guess Jesus wasn't enough  🙁

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