As she says, later in the picture, "If you can't find anything good to say about anybody, come sit by me." ...When Clairee, Truvy and Annelle are in church, they are sitting in back of a family whose pew looks full. We see the family again, and the pew is still looking full with the mother, son and daughter sitting very close together.The duo broke off their engagement and put the band on indefinite hiatus in favor of solo careers. But today, he writes simply when inspiration hits him.
Also, it marked the highest charting single from the "Can You Duet" contestants - the first season's winner of Joey Rory could only peak at No.(Its first single, the Top 5 hit "Keep on Loving You," was released in 2009.) But just days before their dream tour gig was to start, Jones hit rock bottom. "There was a lot of apologizing back then, and trying to remember where I'd been and what went on." He checked into a Nashville rehabilitation center, and Linsey recruited country-soul singer James Otto to take his place on the road. " Jones' newly sober, newly single life has led to some of the most introspective music in his catalog, as he approaches not only performing but also songwriting in a sharper light.His drug and alcohol addictions had spun so out of control that he knew he couldn't take another stage without finally getting help. Four weeks later, Jones' health and career switched places: he was finally clean and sober, but Steel Magnolia was crumbling. Before rehab, he would pop pills or smoke pot just to get through a songwriting session.“I cried for an afternoon,” he says, “and then I got the list of auditions.” He had some success in regional theater and was cast in lots of commercials (his agent told him he had a great “food face,” meaning he was photogenic even while eating).Then, eight years after his arrival, his beloved younger sister, Susan, who had been a diabetic since she was twelve, got sick.