Stugill Simpson, fresh off the release of his insanely good Cuttin’ Grass Volume 1bluegrass record, has once again delivered another A+ troll job on the Country Music Association.
If you remember back to the 2017 CMA Awards, Sturgill busked outside of the Bridgestone Arena with his Grammy in his guitar case during the ceremony. The same ceremony that Sturgill was not invited to. He also revealed that if he was ever invited to perform, he would play Merle Haggard’s “Are The Good Times Really Over For Good.”
And today, he’s back with a more subtle, yet perhaps even funnier, approach…. A Dick Daddy Survival School Lawn Care sign… right out front of CMA headquarters.