When the global health crisis brought the world to a sudden halt, critically acclaimed comedian Ben Hoffman found himself channeling his country music star alter-ego, Wheeler Walker Jr.
After taking a hiatus from the music scene, the artist known for profanity decided to utilize the downtime during quarantine to pen his fourth studio album, “Sex, Drugs, & Country Music.”
“I wrote it during the pandemic, and I heard lots of pandemic albums about solitude and sadness,” he shared. “I spent my pandemic writing party songs, and I knew it was going to end, and I wanted to be ready to party.”
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