I'm not trying to save country music. I don't think country music needs my help.It may could use my input, but that's another story.
Saving Country Music is a website that I've been diving into the past few days. Very interesting stuff there.
I'm not a country traditionalist. I really am not much of a traditionalist anything. I don't necessarily agree with everything on this site. But what I really love about it is that it showcases artists who are not being played on radio.
It's more of a music (mostly country, but there is no box) lovers site. Sharing stuff that doesn't get recognized. I love that. Some of the music I like, some I don't. But in just a few days I've learned quite a bit and found some very cool artists that I don't know how I would have found otherwise.
If you are satisfied with what is currently being played on mainstream country radio and think that what is being played is great, you will not enjoy this site at all.
If you like some of the stuff currently being played but long for something more, think a lot of it is polished pop country crap, you will have a ball on this site.
If you think everything about current popular country music is horrible, well, you need help, but will find enough on this site to satisfy you temporarily.
If your favorite artists are Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, et al, stay away from this site at all costs for your own well-being. Because it will throw you into a rage.
I think my two or three readers of this blog will like it. Check it out.
Here's a sample of some of the stuff you might find: