Kick Ass Former Agent Trades In Badge For Boots And Guitar In Opry Debut

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The exhilarating heartthrob that brought to life the beloved character of “Jack Bauer” from Fox‘s hit TV show, 24, took a break from the action-filled life of hunting down bad guys and embarked a much more relaxing detour down the backroads of country music. 

In a recent interview, Kiefer Sutherland admits that “there’s a huge stigma about an actor doing music”, yet he refused to let those barriers enclose him and disregard him of his musical passion. Sutherland continues to credit his brother for his heavy musical influence and sparking the flame that ignited his love and appreciation for the business. 

“There was a real correlation for me as an actor, and the desire to tell a story in a film or a television show or onstage, to wanting to write songs in that fashion as well,” Sutherland explains as he delves into what appealed to him while experiencing country music. 

Well, after much hard work and dedication, Sutherland humbly made his debut on the stage of the one-and-only Grand Ole Opry! 

His performance of his original song “Not Enough Whiskey” made us grateful that Sutherland disregarded the “stigma” he openly addressed and pursued his undying passion! Sutherland’s classic, country rasp and alluring baritone carried this sorrowful number to incredibly new heights and ultimately delivered one hell of a performance to his audience! 

Sutherland’s first album Down in a Hole is available now, and its tunes are already taking country music fans by storm! 

Be sure to check out Sutherland’s Opry debut placed below! 

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