This article is from 2009.
It's a pleasure to spend an hour in the company of this affable, laidback, slightly dopey country singer from Cripple Creek, Colorado (perhaps by way of the Antipodes). During it, Wilson recounts the story of how he took off to make his name in Nashville after his wife left him for their neighbour. It's wryly amusing and peppered with plain silly songs.
The Stand III & IV, 558 7272, until 30 Aug, 4.45pm, £9 (£8).