7 August, 2019

Speaking of the Subversion of America…

Posted by Socrates in country music, country music today, Cuntry, Socrates at 11:44 am | Permanent Link

Do you remember when country music was actually country music? Ya know, drinking whiskey and beer, driving your old pickup truck (complete with a gun rack) down the back roads, with George Jones on the radio and your faithful dog Blue sitting next to you, etc.? Neither do I. [Article].


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  7. One Response to “Speaking of the Subversion of America…”

    1. Antagonistes Says:

      I can still remember when the Byrds went country. It was much better than the plastic stuff you hear today.

      Country music attracted a lot of people who really wanted to be in rock, but could not make it. They brought their millennial attitudes with them.

      Or it could be that the promoters wanted all this to happen, to supposedly appeal to a wider audience (= more $$$$).

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