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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Togman, Apr 5, 2020.
If you're talking Molly Tuttle or the Petersons, the future is bright...
THAT was Funny!!!
Molly is a wonderful bluegrass picker. (And crosspicker.) Didn't know she went country.
As for current "country," it's mostly snap-track and pop/rock. In the 90's I played in a "house band" for a popular Houston country radio station. I had to cover the hits and the standards. I lost heart as it all mutated into crossover. Yuk.
Crosspicker? Does she have to get Angry to do that?
Just asking, for a friend.
I've heard some of it lately and it sounds like a cross between pop and rap, with someone with a Southern accent.
As a consumer genre doesn't matter in the least. To me it's either good or bad.
Maybe if I was a retailer genre would matter more as I would have to know how to package and pitch the product.
Shhhh, I want bluegrass to be the new country...
So does Chris Shelton. (Liked him better with the Steel Drivers.)
Is that a Southern accent?
I think that's strictly sui generis. "Nashville Pop Music Singin' Accent".
I think if Jim Nabors was still with us, he'd be embarrassed and confused by it.
I think Jerry Reed would be, as well.
But I still want to thank each and every player and singer, submitting songs for public consumption from their basement or whatever, instead of the stage as usual. I appreciate it.
Why not just call it American music?.... and drop the "country" name altogether...
FWIW I like Tyler Childers as someone who might be able to carry the country banner forward for a while.
Wouldn't it be trans or gender neutral sweetheart and RFID chipped dog?
stapleton, but thanks for playing...
if evan felker heals up... country music will be safe.
Personally. 90s country is my favorite. Had some twang to it.
Vincent Neil Emerson
I'd say the kids are alright.
Yes. Chris Stapleton. Senior moment.
Commercial music is music that a lot of people like, and buy, whether it's country, pop, rock, hip-hop, jazz, or classical. The music that is currently being played on country hit radio is the popular country music of the day