What Is Country? (Pt. 2) – Country Music News Blog

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In the latest installment of Color Me Country Radio, host Rissi Palmer delves deeper into the ever-evolving landscape of country music with a riveting discussion titled What Is Country? (Pt. 2). Premiering one hour earlier than usual on Saturday, May 18th (10 a.m. CT / 11 a.m. ET) on Apple Music Country, this episode promises an insightful exploration into the challenges and triumphs faced by Black artists in today’s country music industry.

Color Me Country Radio with Rissi Palmer Presents: What Is Country? (Pt. 2)

Joining Palmer are esteemed guests Andrea Williams, best-selling author and journalist, and Dr. Matthew D. Morrison, author and Associate Professor at NYU’s Tish School of the Arts. Together, they will provide a stimulating analysis of the new dynamics shaping country music, particularly in the wake of the post-Cowboy Carter era. Their conversation is smart, informative, sometimes humorous, and always real.

“Welcome to the long-awaited, highly thought-through Part 2 of ‘What is Country Music’ post Cowboy Carter edition,” says Palmer. “I’m very excited to be talking to these two individuals because they’re people that I very much respect in terms of their knowledge and their opinions on these things, and I felt like who better to have the second part of this conversation?”

This episode builds upon the success of its predecessor, “What Is Country Music? (Pt. 1), which aired on March 23, where perceptive and engaging discussions explored the essence of country music, including its historical roots and the influence of Nashville in defining the genre.

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