Louie Giglio isn’t a recording artist, but his influence has been felt throughout the worship ministry for the better part of 20 years. Giglio is the founder and pastor of Passion City Church in Atlanta and the co-founder of the popular Passion Movement, which has become known for its annual conferences and gatherings that seek […]
This entry is somewhat of a departure from the Q&A’s with Christian artists that are usually found here. That’s because Whole Notes was recently given the unique opportunity to visit a movie set during two of its final days of filming. Moms’ Night Out was just about to wrap up several weeks of shooting in Birmingham, Ala., and several key cast members were made available for interviews to talk about this family comedy slated for 2014 release via Provident Films and Sony Affirm.
Among the cast members present were Sarah Drew (“Grey’s Anatomy”), Abbie Cobb (“Suburgatory”), Patricia Heaton (“The Middle,” “Everybody Loves Raymond”) and country music star Trace Adkins (“Celebrity Apprentice”).
Whole Notes had a chance to sit down with Adkins who has become quite a popular cast selection these days with upcoming releases such as Saving Santa, The Virginian and Palominas. In Moms’ Night Out, he plays a gruff, but kindhearted biker named Bones who sets out on a crazy adventure with four moms whose night on the town goes wrong in every way imaginable.
In this video interview, Adkins talks about how he got into acting, why he was drawn to this film and what it was like starring alongside comedic veteran Patricia Heaton: