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Dwight Yoakam leans on vintage to inspire his new 'Second Hand Heart'
Dwight Yoakam leans on vintage to inspire his new 'Second Hand Heart'

"Man, I am burned," Dwight Yoakam said as he poured coffee from a silver 7-Eleven thermos. "My throat — it's just trashed." Bleary eyes fixed on a small monitor, the veteran Los Angeles-based country singer was sitting in an office on Hollywood Boulevard, editing footage for a music video for his song "Liar." In the clip, Yoakam performs standing in the bed of a 1987 El Camino parked on Sunset Boulevard, and though the premise clearly excited him, the work of bringing it to the screen was taking a toll. The night before, he had taped an episode of "Guitar Center Sessions" at the instrument store on Sunset. And the night before that...

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