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“We didn’t build this; it wasn’t like there was some great parenting strategy to make this happen.It was just the chemistry in the house—we listened to a lot of rock in their early years, plus they got bored because we lived out in the country where there was little to do when you don’t have cable.Indeed, dating back at least as far as Frank Sinatra's 1958 magnum opus, , the form of true-to-life artistic expression affectionately known as the breakup album has been a constant and integral subset of the rock and pop catalogs at large for nearly six decades.For the familial-based quintet, Eisley, that album was 2011's .Frustrated, 22-year-old Chauntelle calls out for help the same way she did as a toddler in small-town Tyler, Texas: “Daaa-aaay-yuuud! ” And bespectacled Boyd Du Pree leaps onstage to the rescue.
Although the average music listener may or may not be intimately acquainted with the works of the great 4th century figure, they've more than likely witnessed this very life/art connection countless times in actual practice.More important than the reason for their breakup is the fact that Sherri Dupree — indeed, all the Eisley sisters, and their manager-father — were devoutly religious.Lacey attended Christian school earlier in his life, but not even the most generous assessor would characterize him as being pious.And ever since I’ve been living for Stephen Mc Gee’s commentary on all the Summer House antics.Needless to say, I was pumped to listen to Stassi interviewing Stephen on her podcast.
In my dream world, Bravo would air a mini series with the Vanderpump Rules cast and the (relevant) Summer House cast members going on vacation together, but for now, I am more than satisfied with Stassi and Stephen’s talk about the reunion episodes, pot stirring, and the relationships on both shows. When Summer House first started airing, Stephen came across as the voice of reason.