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Under Country Music News #140 – The Rosanne Cash Problem


This week, host Neil Smith explores the recent scathing remarks by Rosanne Cash against the state of digital music distribution and why he thinks she has it wrong!

Other stories this week include:

* Pop stars invade the CMA Awards and nobody can tell the difference

* Brantley Gilbert celebrates 3 years of sobriety

* Alan Jackson kicks off his 25th Anniversary Tour

* Songwriter Paul Craft dead at age 76

* Kix Brooks shares what he likes about today’s country artists despite criticisms

* Jason Aldean and Bob Seger team up for CMT Crossroads

* Dustin Lynch hospitalized at the MULLET FESTIVAL

* New Tanya Tucker exhibit opening at the Country Music Hall of Fame

* Swon Brothers release their debut album (and it sounds like mall music).

* Reba McEntire signs with Nash Icon Music

* The Dukes of Hazzard Reunite for a Christmas album

* Ray Stevens talks about his new book and gospel album

* Glen Campbell has his first charting single in 21 years

* Rankin Twins and Kimberly Dunn sing love and relationship songs just like every other damn artist out there

* The state of today’s bluegrass with Ricky Skaggs and Jerry Douglas

* Toby Keith releases a modern alcoholic kumbaya with his new single DRUNK AMERICANS

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Comments (2)

  1. You're a fucking idiot. You say that you don't follow Rosanne Cash so how the Hell do you know what she's doing. Go play with your YoYo.

  2. It's not that 'Volume 2' of Ray's gospel CD isn't going to be any good or it's going to have inferior songs compared to Volume 1. I'm assuming that the point of issuing the collection in 2 volumes is to split up the music and not have 24 songs on one entire project. He could've easily put all 24 songs on 1 CD or issued 2 CD's of 12 songs each and offered it in one package, but by splitting the project in 2 volumes it enables the possibility of riding the material for much more than 1 year.

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