Labor Day: Country Artists Reveal Their First/Worst Jobs

What was your first job? I was a babysitter but that was only until I was old enough to get a real job. I worked at a place called Barney's in The Falls. I bussed tables and did hosting duties. It was fast paced and I didn't mind it. 

In honor of Labor Day, Carrie Underwood, Jon Pardi, Kip Moore and Mark from Midland talk about their 1st or worst jobs...

CARRIE UNDERWOOD talked about her first job.  It was at a gas station, and it was fun.  She also worked at a hotel, and because of some weird circumstances she ended up in charge on the second day.

JON PARDI says his worst job was at a grocery store when he was 15.  He didn't mind bagging, but he hated having to straighten up the canned goods in the aisles.

MIDLAND singer MARK WYSTRACH grew up on a ranch in Arizona and at the age of six he was hauling manure and cleaning stalls.  But check this out:  He was a repo man in college.  Quote, "I used to repo cars.  People that would stop making payments.  That was really interesting, and I did that with two of my best friends."

 KIP MOORE's worst job was laying sod in the Georgia heat.  Sometimes a co-worker would throw the next sod patch when his back was turned and he'd end up wearing it.  Quote, "You got nowhere to clean up, and you're just stuck with dirt on your back for the rest of the day."

Amy James


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