The life of Cheyenne Kimball is a hectic one, especially when you consider how young she is. With the craziness of all the promotional gigs, hours in the studio, and photo shoots, one would think that things have gotten as wild as possible. Well,...... Read Full Episode Summary »
This week, watch a special performance of "Good Go Bad" and check out deleted scenes from Cheyenne's visit to the TRL studios.
The life of Cheyenne Kimball is a hectic one, especially when you consider how young she is. With the craziness of all the promotional gigs, hours in the studio, and photo shoots, one would think that things have gotten as wild as possible. Well, just when Cheyenne thought she had seen and done it all, it's time to start her tour, but before she can actually get on the bus, she has to take care of some unfinished business.
With one week left till she leaves, Cheyenne's manager informs her that she is going to need to find a new guitar player. Cheyenne's major concern with her new guitarist is that they find some one down to earth enough to bring with them all over the place on tour. After tons of auditioning, and handfuls of guitarists, Cheyenne and her managers finally decide to pick on Ethan, a rocker type with funky hair.
Shortly after the end of the auditioning Cheyenne is introduced to her new home on the road; a huge tour bus loaded to the brim with all the extras including bunks for sleeping, and a fully stocked kitchen. Shows are followed by autograph sessions, which are followed by radio appearances; life on the road is anything but boring.
The culmination of Cheyenne's tour experience, ironically, leads her right back to where she started from, her home town in Texas, where she is scheduled to play a gig with her boy friend Jason's band. This is exciting for Cheyenne; because she never gets to see Jason, and their bands have never played together before.
The stop at home is short, and soon Cheyenne is off again, this time to New York City to meet with some label people, and appear live on TRL. After getting the butterflies our of her system, nervousness soon turns to excitement as Cheyenne walks through the curtains and in front of millions on people on TV.
The meeting with her label really helps Cheyenne empathize with an artist's struggle to maintain credibility with in their craft. It seems like her label and her are having a disagreement for the treatment for her first video, and even Cheyenne's mom even seems to be against her. Cheyenne wants her video to represent her, not represent what a group of people who work for a label want her to be.