Sturgill Simpson took to the stage with “All The Gold In California” during the latest episode of The Righteous Gemstones, portraying the character of militiaman Brother Marshall. His studio rendition of the 1979 hit originally by Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers Band is now available, credited to Brother Marshall and the Choir of Fire, as reported by Stereogum. Discover it below.
In a 2019 Newsound feature, McBride discussed his bond with Simpson. He expressed, “I deeply appreciate his journey. The fact that he’s remained dedicated to his craft and only found success not as a teenager, but after experiencing life in its fullness before his stardom, resonates with me. He strives to reshape how people perceive him. He’s the driving force of his career, in a manner that defies expectations. I find that commendable. I believe that’s the approach we aspire to have with our creative output as well, persistently trying to keep one step ahead of our audience and resisting the urge to be typecast.”
For more insights, read “What Comedian Danny McBride Is Listening to Right Now” on the Pitch.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Sturgill Simpson The Righteous Gemstones Performance
What song did Sturgill Simpson perform on The Righteous Gemstones?
Sturgill Simpson performed “All The Gold In California” on The Righteous Gemstones, playing the character Brother Marshall.
Who originally performed the song “All The Gold In California”?
The song “All The Gold In California” was originally performed by Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers Band in 1979.
What does Danny McBride say about Sturgill Simpson’s career?
Danny McBride has expressed admiration for Sturgill Simpson’s career path. He appreciates that Simpson found success not as a teenager, but after experiencing life more fully. McBride also admires Simpson’s constant effort to reshape people’s perception of him and his leadership in his own career.
What is the title of the feature where McBride discusses his friendship with Simpson?
In 2019, McBride talked about his friendship with Simpson in a Newsound feature.
Where can I read about what comedian Danny McBride is listening to right now?
You can read about what comedian Danny McBride is currently listening to in an article titled “What Comedian Danny McBride Is Listening to Right Now” on the Pitch.