Eric Church isn't too concerned about what Tom Petty thinks about country music. The 'Like Jesus Does' singer has issued his own response to the rocker's comments that the genre has gotten "incredibly generic" and is "missing that magic element."
Jake Owen might be a fan of Tom Petty, but that doesn't mean he'll take any lip from him. In a new interview, the singer-songwriter responded to what he called "uneducated, ridiculous" comments Petty recently made about contemporary country music.
Tom Petty angered some country music fans in a recent interview, when he called the genre "incredibly generic" and lacking the "magic element" it once had. Now, singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton is standing up to the rock music icon in an open letter, inviting him to do something about it.
It seems classic rocker Tom Petty is no big fan of some of the artists coming out of Nashville these days. In a new interview, he says much of contemporary country reminds him of "incredibly generic" 80s rock.
Think of Canadian singer-songwriter Luke Doucet's latest release 'Steel City Trawler' (out September 21) as something of a mix of rock, country, alt-country, pop and more, all rolled into one delectable sound.
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