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Back home in Montana after his European tour, including the Cannes Film Festival where (when he overheard movie stars and politicians negotiate deals and branding plans,) he was inspired to write “Big Dreams, Little Schemes.”

The more Wally thought about it, recalling every celeb at his table busy blogging and tweeting, the less sense it made to his country sensibilities. Consequently, he then composed “Celebrity.”

But his stateside fans didn’t much appreciate those less than earthy tunes, to which he responded with “I Don’t Do Americana.”

Diversity may be Wally’s strong suit, but it’s probably more of a handicap since his mood swings always seem to dictate which musical genre attracts him next.