Jamey Johnson’s Daughter Steals Show

Johnson, Jamey

Jamey Johnson stopped off at a record label party Friday night (Feb. 18) before opening a Nashville arena concert for his buddy Kid Rock. Seems his label wanted to give him a gold plaque to celebrate 500,000 copies of his latest album, The Guitar Song.

Jamey showed with his 7-year-old daughter, Kylee, who was inadvertently treated to some salty language from record label chief Luke Lewis, The Tennessean reports.

“There were 125 new albums on the country charts last year,” Luke told the crowd. “Four of them went platinum, six went gold and nine of them had No. 1 songs. Then there’s Jamey who got no [expletive] love [from country radio].”

Luke then noticed Kylee, and added: “Oh wait, there’s a baby in the room, I can’t say [the cuss word].”

Jamey shouted back: “It’s OK. I said it in the car on the way over.”

Asked to say something, Kylee pointed to the gold plaque. “I have question,” she said. “Where are we going to put that?”

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