Hey guys. The music business is a tough nut to crack and everyone seems to know of at least one singer or band that's either new to the music scene or been around forever that really, really needs and deserves the chance for people to hear their stuff.
If you thought country music was becoming way too hip hop infused before, wait until you meet DJ Sinister. He's a new breed of country DJ and he's coming for your radio airwaves.
Hold me … I'm scared.
Now I'm not one to judge a book by its cover for the most part, but I have a feeling I may need to enlist my teen daughter and her understanding and acceptance of men who wear black nail polish with lipstick to match to navigate my way through this new phase of country music.
All joking aside, curiosity is going to end up getting the best of me and I imagine I'll be searching out DJ Sinister's show on the internet just to see what it is he's offering and how different it really is. What can I say? I guess in the end nosy will always win out over apprehension and fear when it comes to me.
If you're curious too, you can read the full story of DJ Sinister and his foray into country radio after the jump.
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There's been a long-running rumor that Miranda Lambert's awesomer-than-awesome girl band, the Pistol Annies, have broken up. With a canceled tour and nothing new coming along for so long, it's understandable why the rumor persists.
Well NashvilleGab friend (and sometimes writer) Vickey, had the chance to interview Ashley Monroe for her own blog recently and asked Ashley about that pesky rumor.