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There’s an interview with MADDIE & TAE in “Teen Vogue”, and they talk about why they wrote“Girl In A Country Song”.  Although it’s an obvious slam on bro-country, TAE DYE says it’s much more.

Quote, “It was us calling out everything we thought was going wrong in country [music].  We wanted women to have that respect they used to have.  The songs feel good, but what they were saying was degrading.”

They’ve been dealing with the “feminist” label since they released the song, and they weren’t all that comfortable with it, at first.  But then they looked a little deeper.

MADDIE MARLOW says, quote, “For some reason, the word feminist freaks people out, but when you look it up, all it means is equal opportunity.”  Controversy or not, Maddie says they’re in the right place.

Quote, “Being a woman in country is really empowering.  It’s a genre where you can truly say whatever you want to say as long as you’re 100% behind your message and who you are.  We’ve been so lucky in that country has embraced us.”

February 26, 2016

Maddie and Tae Are Embracing the F-Word: Feminism

There’s an interview with MADDIE & TAE in “Teen Vogue”, and they talk about why they wrote“Girl In A Country Song”.  Although it’s an obvious slam on […]
February 25, 2016

Tyler Farr’s Vocal Cord Surgery Was a Success and He’s Singing Again

“Country Weekly” has an update on TYLER FARR’s vocal cord surgery last month that forced him to cancel his tour dates with LEE BRICE.  The surgery went so […]
February 24, 2016

Here’s How a Drunk Female Fan Caused Kip Moore to Chip His Tooth

KIP MOORE told a bizarre story on Monday’s “The Talk”.  A drunk female fan rushed the stage at a recent show and literally jumped on him.  He […]
February 23, 2016

Cam Explains Why Every New Country Artist Could Use a Hug

Country artists like to complain about the crappy tour bus rides from town to town that take forever.  But CAM says new artists actually look forward […]