Rolling Stone Magazine Is Starting to Recognize Country Music Talent

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Rolling Stone Magazine hasn’t always been the biggest proponent of country music, save for some of the biggest legends in the game. Rolling Stone has always been primarily a place for rock and roll as well as pop culture. Unless a country music artist was making waves or headlines by doing something way outside the status quo (yes, we’re looking at you, Dixie Chicks), getting country music to be looked at with any real sincerity by Rolling Stone was no easy trick.

Well, Joe Levy just changed that.

In his most recent piece, writer Joe Levy took a look at the current state of country music by looking at Thomas Rhett, Cam, and Brothers Osborne. He took a moment to consider the more hip hop and dance versions of country by Rhett, the glossy pop country of Cam, and the more traditional style of the Brothers Osborne. What did he conclude? “Those put off by drawls and banjos will be missing out on one of the best rock records in a long while.”

Ultimately, while we all might have differing opinions of what makes country music country, the fact is that we have a vast amount of huge talent and great music being produced. If Rolling Stone can see it, perhaps we can take a minute and appreciate it, too.

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/a-little-bit-country-and-a-whole-lot-everything-else-20160128

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