Jake Clayton's "What Not To Do"
Jake Clayton’s debut single “What Not To Do,” teaches everyone who listens, a lesson on how not to live your life. Clayton’s fiddle playing, southern twang, and down home country sound send us back, with a sound reminiscent of Charlie Daniel Band’s foot stopping, “Devil Went Down to Georgia." Clayton’s song tells the tale of three different men’s mistakes, and the single ultimately comes to the chorus which holds the lines, “Thanks for the trouble, leaving me a clue… Thanks for showing me what not to do.” If you love a little bit a twang, a whole lot of fiddle, and some insightful story telling, “What Not To Do”, is right up your alley.
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