On episode #235 of his podcast the BobbyCast, Bobby Bones, along with Eddie and Mike D, chatted about their favorite music movies. Mike, otherwise known as “Movie Mike” from his podcast, Movie Mike’s Movie Podcast, listed his top three music movies as This Is Spinal Tap, La Bamba and Straight Outta Compton. Bobby and Eddie also chatted about a few of their favorite music movies including Ray, Searching For Sugar Man, Walk The Line, A Star Is Born, and more.
For the second half of the podcast, Bobby chatted with Jana Kramer about all the events surrounding coronavirus. Jana told Bobby she flew to Canada this past weekend to shoot a movie, but quickly had to turn around and come home due to the growing concern.
“I got on my flight with my family and the kids because I was advised that everything was fine there,” she says. “Then some more cases started popping up in Canada and I started to get really nervous, and they started talking about borders closing.”
Jana goes on to say that she shot one scene for the movie before the production team advised her to go back to the states. She says all their flights back to the states were cancelled, but luckily she has a friend with a private plane who allowed Jana and her family to use it to get home.
“I feel a little silly that I was so naive about it,” she shares. “I even went on my Instagram, and was like, ‘Oh my gosh. I’m not going to live in fear. I’m going to Canada.’ And then I look back on that, and I’m like, ‘You’re an idiot.’”
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Well. Here we are. 2 days ago we flew to Canada. I can admit when I’m wrong and I feel like I should have listened, but I didn’t want to live in fear and I also trusted production that everything was better in Canada (it is as of now) so because production wasn’t shutting down we left as advised. As the hours literally kept passing there were new rules, precautions etc to follow so my concern grew larger. As of today we shot our first and only scene. The Prime Minister put more restrictions on and the production did the absolute right thing by shutting us down. It’s safer for ALL THOSE THAT CAN to be home, and hunker down so we can stop the spread and keep our families and friends and people next to us healthy. I also need to give a huge shout out to @saragretzky and her dad for getting my family this plane. I called Sara a few hours ago balling my eyes out as I didn’t want to travel with kids and all of us 48 hours later to airports again (ugh I’m still mad at myself about that and feel awful) and 4 hours later they came to get us. I love yalls hearts. Thank you for getting us HOME.
“It’s so fluid, though, that you had people saying, even three days ago, ‘Hey, go out to a bar or club. Who cares. Go live your life.’ But now they’re going, ‘Oops, we were wrong.’” adds Bobby.
Later in the conversation, Bobby asked Jana to share the top five songs she would put on her quarantine playlist. For her first song, she chose James Taylor’s “Fire And Rain.”
“It’s my go-to for any time I have an anxiety attack. It brings me right back to home,” she says of the song.
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Highs and lows. A lil thing we do around the dinner table. It’s a good way to share about your day……so let’s play…..my low of the day, was the anxiety I felt in my chest with everything going on. My high of the day, was getting fresh air. Instantly made me feel better. What was your low and High? (You can only pick one for each;)) and always end with your High because we need to remain grateful!
For her second pick, Jana decided to go with “Never Enough” from The Greatest Showman, a song that she and her daughter dance to together. Her third quarantine song is Eminem’s “Cinderella Man.”
“It’s just so good,” she says. “It hypes me up. Let’s just do it. Stop the panic, stop the anxiety and just go.”
For her fourth quarantine song, Jana chose “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones.
“That’s my chill, in the bath, glass of wine at the end of the day,” she says.
And for her last song on her quarantine playlist, Jana appealed to Bobby and Eddie by choosing their new Raging Idiots tune, “Wash Your Hands.”
“I’m telling you, it’s so good,” she says. “I play it for the kids, and they’re obsessed with it.”
To hear more from Bobby and Jana’s conversation and more from the three men about their favorite music movies, listen to episode #235 of the BobbyCast.