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Mike Judge Presents: Tales From the Tour Bus: Season 1 (2017)
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It's funny, shocking and a great counterbalance to the perfectly manicured images some country artists present these days.
Judge, as a storyteller himself, maximizes his potential audience by infusing sly humor into every visual inch of the show.
Even if you're not a country-music follower, Judge's stories of epic rural grandeur are well worth seeking out-and don't be surprised if you find yourself a fan by the time the tale is over.
On the micro level, each episode functions to highlight a different star's highs and lows. But regardless of how you see it, there's no denying that Tales From The Tour Bus comes from a place of immense love and respect for music.
The country-music knowledge being arrayed before you in Tales From the Tour Bus is sure to both enlighten and entertain you.
Audience Reviews for Mike Judge Presents: Tales From the Tour Bus: Season 1
Dec 25, 2020I have been a Mike Judge fan from the first episode of King of the Hill. His has a unconventional but relatable sense of humor that appeals to the everyday man. When I discovered his documentary style series Tales from the Tour Bus I had only see a short trailer and I immediately purchased both seasons. I binged watched those 16 episodes from beginning to end during a long joyous marathon weekend. Watched beginning to end TWICE! Growing up with parents that were Country music fans I appreciated and became fascinated as Judge narrated and crafted the animated caricatures that told the individual stories in a fashion that perfectly communicated the INSANE life stories of some of the biggest country music pioneers. Second season features some of my personal childhood musical hero's featuring Funk King George Clinton and the various members of the Funk-a-delics. Also features James Brown, Rick James, Prince and Morris Day! Except for James Brown I was a enthusiastic fan of them all in the late 70's-80's. To have their true behind the scene antics told first hand was pure geek nirvana. It's funny. It's crazy. It's real. It's a good watch!
Mar 09, 2018Great show. Turning me into a classic country music fan.
Feb 11, 2018If you haven't watched this, you should. When you take the utter ridiculousness and the pure outrageousness of the stories, couple them with the complete nonchalance of the interviewees, and then drop Mike Judge's dry delivery and wit on top of it all, you get a winner.
Jan 10, 2018One of Mike Judge's best pieces of work to date. LOVED IT. 10 stars. My 80 year old father even got a kick out of it.
Nov 17, 2017Please let there be a second season!
Nov 01, 2017Great to see some of these old forgotten legends with great stories revived in an incredibly well done animated series. I'm a big fan already
Oct 30, 2017Fantastic! I can't wait for each new episode!
Oct 27, 2017As an avid fan of classic country music, some of what's on display here is common knowledge, some. That said, there is much to amaze, shock and amuse. How these people survived past their forties is flabbergasting. Great storytelling.
Oct 25, 2017Great show, offering a unique insight into some of these legends that I didn't know about