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Old 12-23-2013, 09:50 PM   #2
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Default Re: Country music today

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Originally Posted by usc1 View Post
Saw this posted somewhere and thought it was pretty funny




I'm a big country music fan but I can't disagree with it. A lot of country right now is pretty redundant. Some of it I like, some of it I don't. You're starting to see some resistance from country artists trying to get rid of this "fad".
I literally just saw this on foxnews and it was "Dead on balls accurate" (My cousin vinny quote). The whole article I read is right here, this line hit the nail on the head.

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"Ten gallon hats and Wrangler jeans now feel out of place in a sea of trucker caps and wallet chains," Smith wrote in the introduction to his list of 2013's Top 10 Country Albums.

"In short, the genre is something of a mess right now," he said. "Itís telling that the country format is both more popular and more criticized than it has been in decades."
http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment...ntcmp=features
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