The age of the purist is fading. When I think of “country music,” everything from electronica to hip-hop to folk to rock enters into the equation. While creating something fresh, the purist is up against the great artists of the past: Johnny Cash, Miles Davis, Frank Lloyd Wright, to name a few. Taking on the greats is a dauntingly insurmountable dream. To achieve notoriety as a purist, the artist must be significantly better, or he will get written off as just a carbon copy. This conundrum ...

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