Ohio-based country band Cory Grinder and the Playboy Scouts' "Honky Tonkin' Beauty Supreme," the title track to their forthcoming album (out June 11), is a swingin' ode to truckers, dive bars and all the women who follow one sacred rule: "the higher the hair, the closer to God."
"If she should call me up and say she'll be all mine/ I pinch myself and it's not a dream/ I'll be making double time across a few state lines to my honky tonkin' beauty supreme," Grinder sings.
Grinder calls the tune "a song about gorgeous, talented women that could make you drop everything for them."
"I wrote this song while on tour with a band called Rodney and the Regulars," Grinder tells Wide Open Country. "We would often play at car shows and the pin up girls would catch my attention everytime. This song is for the truck stops and beer joints. This song evokes the images of big rigs and big hair!
Listen to "Honky Tonkin' Beauty Supreme" below.
Cory Grinder and the Playboy Scouts released their debut album Cahoots and Other Favorites in 2018.
Honky Tonkin' Beauty Supreme was recorded with Grammy and Emmy-nominated producer David Mayfield at his Sweetside Recording Company studio in Canton, Ohio.