This new, weekly feature, will serve to inform you of not only new music to the scene, but preview up-and-coming artists we feel, deserve some extra attention. I hope you enjoy this segment that was designed to inform, educate, and entertain you, the reader. Feel free to email any comments, questions, or interests to me. As always, thank you for visiting our site, and remember to support local music.-Aaron
With the release of the much anticipated single, The Country Boy Song, to ITUNES and other media outlets, has come a bevy of interpretations. There's no doubt really that Granger Smith's alter, Earl Dibbles Jr, personifies the epitome of the redneck/ white trash image, and this song carries with it, many similarities to several National radio releases. Now whether it is actually a stab at the National music scene as a whole, or just it's perception of small town and rural living is still up to the listener, but one thing is certain, it is an entertaining song. Now some folks may find it a bit offensive, and others that it's simply over the top, I just say, it is what it is, another well constructed hit from a great artist, Granger Smith.
If you can't learn to laugh at yourself, and laugh at life, it can be a long, hard road ahead of you. Take life as it comes, laugh when you can, don't take yourself so seriously, and remember, everyone is different, but music always brings us together. So, crack open a cold one, and turn this fun loving song up. This is Texas Red Dirt Roads.
For more on Earl Dibbles Jr. visit: www.earldibblesjr.com
For More on Granger Smith visit: www.grangersmith.com
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