It was a game changer.
The difference between “She’s Country” and its predecessors was subtle but significant.
The guitars were more prominent – and downtuned to the point that the song’s Rock edge was unavoidable. 448 more words
These days in mainstream country music, you have to keep a watchful eye on new artists bursting onto the scene. Some try to fight the good fight for country music (Jon Pardi, William Michael Morgan, Mo Pitney), while others just want to make music that’s “hip” and “connects with the young ‘uns” (Cole Swindell, Kane Brown). 750 more words