Maybe the coasts and flyover country can still get along after all...
The New Yorker published a fantastic long look at George Strait, who still rules at 65 even as country music endures its worst era in 30 years (or perhaps ever).
My favorite line:
"The quintessential George Strait song involves a man who feels something strongly but can express it only winkingly."
That is just perfect.
My advice: Read it all!
George Strait's Long Ride All hail King George!
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