Miranda Lambert defends “Bro Country”

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Awe yes, the one term that can divide any country music fan: bro country. Miranda Lambert isn’t letting it divide her and her friends though.

“I don’t know where ‘bro-country’ came from or what it really means, but a lot of those guys are my buddies and I support their music,” she told Billboard, “Within country there are lots of styles: stone-cold country, like Brandy Clark, and there’s Florida Georgia Line with what they do, which is completely different and bringing a whole new audience. There’s room for everyone.”

Many people within the industry feel this style of music related to bro country is on the decline, but at this point I have to say I agree with Miranda. So long as the genre itself is floating and not sinking it’s a win-win.

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