For me, one of his most memorable performances was as the evil Doyle Hargraves in the Academy Award-winning film “Sling Blade” (I like mustard and biscuits, Dwight, but I don't like abusive boyfriends).
In my younger days, I went to many concerts where you have to stand up the whole time or risk sitting down in some mystery goo on the floor. I admit, it’s nice sitting in the cushy, state-of-the-art, air-conditioned Grand Hall of the EKU Center for the Arts, but the audience was itching to stand up and dance.
At the beginning of nearly every song, one poor fella would jump up, dance for a few seconds, and sit back down, aware of the patrons unable to see from behind him. One lady in the front row would wiggle around in her seat with her arms up in the air like she was dancing.
Near the end of the performance, and especially through the encore, everyone stood anyway. The whole show would've inspired some major boot-scootin' if it were that kind of place.
Jimmy said he saw even Mildred moving around in her seat.