Opinion

When Bob Dylan appeared at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965 playing an electric guitar, he was booed off the stage for being untrue to the genre.Ten years later, country awards named John Denver Entertainer of the Year – to the chagrin of presenter Charlie Rich (“Behind Closed Doors”), who, in front of millions of people, lit the envelope on fire because he considered Denver too pop for the award.Flash forward to 2013, and it’s hard to imagine such animosity between genres. Music has blended, and so have artists and audiences. Rod Stewart is crooning elevator music. Things have changed.It’s…

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