Country Stars as You've Never Seen Them Before in the iHeartCountry Photo Booth
"I'd love to sit with Merle Haggard and have some whiskey — that'd be cool."
Charles: "Easy, I'm going Darius Rucker and Luke Bryan. Cause we're friends and we'll have a good time."
Hillary: "I would love to have had a conversation with Patsy Cline, sit with her over whatever her drink of choice and just get to know her. Her voice, the way she would sing, all of her songs — it was just so much emotion."
Dave: "I'd have to say Kris Kristofferson. That guy has a lot of stories from a lot of experiences in his life and I'd love to talk guitars with him too. He's got such an amazing style of playing too, so that would be fun to get all of his war stories."
"Dolly. I got to do a quick little interview with Dolly a couple of months ago and she was so brilliant and quick-witted and quirky. I would love to spend more time with her."
"Willie Nelson. He's the guy who has been around and done and lived enough lives for five people at this point and I think it would be cool to just sit back and listen to some of the stories. I’ve done a couple shows with him and had some real brief encounters but never sitting down like that to get a chance to hear some stories, which would be great."
"Charlie Pride. We've become friends, but I'd like to talk to him and have a sip of whiskey and see what's going on in that wonderful head of his."
LITTLE BIG TOWN
Philip: "I would love to sit with Albert Einstein."
Jimi: "I would have to go with Elvis Presley cause I grew up being so fascinated with not just him, but the reaction to him. Just a fascinating personality. That would be an interesting conversation."
CHAD MICHAEL MURRAY
"My [future] great-grandchild, because I would want to have a conversation with them as an adult. To see if they followed up on the legacy, to see if you set the table for them in a proper way, instilled the traditional proper values in them that you wanted to, to see if those held on."
"Waylon Jennings. Over a whiskey, and more. We'd have a whiskey and talk about Dukes of Hazzard."
"Willie Nelson. I did a show with him recently but he played after me and I didn’t get a chance to speak to him really, but I enjoyed the show."
"The first time I did a nightshow, Dolly Parton was the [other] guest. She stayed there while I did my interview and took care of me. I was a nervous kid and she put her hand on my leg and calmed me down. I would love to get the opportunity to say, 'Hey thank you. Can I buy you a drink?' She was so sweet."