Skip to comments.Remember the Maines: Is Miley Cyrus the Next Leftist Trojan Horse Into Country Music?
Posted on 04/18/2010 12:27:02 PM PDT by EveningStar
...The left cant compete in the Christian market. Lets face it, the folks who declare Robert Mapplethorpe art simply have no credibility in that particular market. With that said, Country is a family friendly format they still think they have a chance of corrupting, and Miley Cyrus may be their perky little Trojan horse into that industry...
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She is a kid hanging out with the H-wood types. Being brainwashed as we speak.
There are plenty of underdressed females in country music already, and many of them are better vocalists and/or prettier than Miley Cyrus. I doubt she’d make an impact for long, if at all.
Maybe her and her worthless Father can go the Ricky Nelson route.
Yeah, Didnt she already get her pole dance?
Hahaha, my father was old-school country. He’d say they corrupted country years and years ago when it started to sound like pop music and the guys started wearing supertight jeans. He’d even say Willie Nelson was a hippie.
She doesn’t like country music, so why would she bother with it when she’s probably doing okay in pop?
Now now. she is just a brainless kid.
I bet if anyone asked her how the leftist policies was effecting her bottom line (money) she wouldn’t know what they were talking about.
Near as makes no difference on the pole dance.
Country music is full of wrecked lives and lively scandal. Johnny Cash, anyone? Keith Whitley? Hank Williams? Trashy marriage breakups (Sara Evans, Leean Rimes), music about trashy breakups (Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert) ... casual immorality and drunk driving and vigilante justice.
If Miley Cyrus makes a run at the industry, her connections and name recognition will get her a shot, but unless she improves a lot, she’s not that good a vocalist and just not that interesting, so she’ll fade, like plenty of other cute young girls and cute young guys without anything to really distinguish them.
I have a feeling that Miley is quickly headed to that spot where she is no longer a teen idol and not talented enough to complete in the adult world of talent.
My 1st reaction was Mianes who? then I realized who they were talking about, seems like down the road people will be saying Miley who?
“There are plenty of underdressed females in country music already, and many of them are better vocalists and/or prettier than Miley Cyrus”
Faith Hill? Ay Carumba !
I barely know who Miley Cyrus is (I do have a 6 year old daughter), but in a general way, I am tired of the political views of popular music/entertainment folks being discussed. Who really cares what they think anyway? Just entertain us and shut up. As for scantily clad women, well that has been going on since Hee Haw in one way or another in country music.
However, if she comes out with her version of her dad’s “Achy Breaky Heart,” then she deserves to be villified!
Miley Cyrus will never be as popular as Hanna Montana...is my prediciton.
She’s buying into the pervert HollyPuke and “music “industry” deviates siren songs, and is being morphed into just another skank that will be 50+ before her 21st birthday. Overexposed, and “used” up.
“Ohhhhh, sweet painted ladies...”
10 years from now, no one will remember her name, or want to.
I have a feeling that Miley is quickly headed to that spot where she is no longer a teen idol.”
and on and on..
She’ll end up as a judge on some reality show- if she’s lucky. If not, she’ll be a contestant on one of them.
Tattoos and drugs come first...
....and an endless string of failed marriages, after her father blows all the dough.
“Disneyfied young lady with a Christian background and the values to boot.”
Nah, she’s just an immature, silly little tart with zero class or skill.
“Hed even say Willie Nelson was a hippie.”
He still is.
I’m talking about the plane crash part.
I bet if anyone asked her how the leftist policies was effecting her bottom line (money) she wouldnt know what they were talking about.
“Does this socialism make my bottom look fat?”!
The real thing:
Sonny James ( Young Love )
It's a half-hour weekly show that I will be hosting, entitled "Let's Hunt and Kill Billy Ray Cyrus".
I think it's fairly self-explanatory! Each week we let the Hounds of Hell loose and chase the jar-head, no talent, cracker-idiot all over the globe till I finally catch that fruity little ponytail of his, put a shotgun....
~~ Bill Hicks
(Sorry, but the gag routine gets more than a little NSFW thereafter, but I figured I could quote that much, er -- given the subject matter of the thread...)
Actually I don't think I have listened to either on of them.
My kids grew up before the Hanna Montana thing, so I've been spared seeing her, but Disney keeps a stable of reasonably talented young girls to be the "next thing." Britney, Lindsey Lohan, and what's her name that played Lizzie MacGuire have all gone from being the "next thing" to being "the thing" to being has beens.
Nothing has a shorter shelf life than teenage jailbait pop stars.
Taylor Swift ... can’t sing worth a FReep, but she’s six feet tall with $1000 of gorgeous hair.
The big changeover in country music, IMHO, started with Buck Owens. His Bakersfield sound brought a lot of pop influence to country music. Shortly after Buck, Linda Ronstadt, the Eagles, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and a lot of other California sound individuals and groups really muddied the waters between pop and country.
I’m a big Coe fan. He used to have a terrific voice, lots of range, and he’s a very original songwriter. Sort of a preview of Steve Earle, only more so.
eh, too young
Ha! Ha! I just heard about him for the first time the other day. I think his haircut alone will make his career a very short one.
I've seen him live a couple times...
....and that prepubescent 11 year old voice wears out real quick....she will be the next piece of burnt toast...
For adults, yes. My non-Anoreth daughters are 10 and 12. Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez are very popular in our house.
LOL, David Allen Coe used to hang out in the Lower Florida Keys starting in the early 1980’s. Owned a house on Big Pine Key. I’ve heard stories from Big Piners about the poker games he used to have with the likes of Hunter Thompsen, Bill Murray and the like.
Mylie was already ready to strip off her clothes for the camera at 15... she is going to be a Lohan trainwreck real soon.
Is Hanna Montana’s little 9-year old sister still trying to model lingerie?
Some of our NC Forum guys are bikers and said they’d seen him at Myrtle Beach bike week, but hard living has ruined his voice. Like Willie Nelson. He can still write songs, of course.
Whoa! That’s a blatant rip off of Buffet’s “Changes in Latitude”
Too funny. DA Coe used to spend late nights, early mornings at a 23 hour bar, Coconuts, on Big Pine. They used him at closing time to hoover the floors with his nose.
ReneeLynn I agree with your Dad.
Country music today is Pop music.
The word “BAD” does not come close to describing that movie.
I wathed a documetary done by his women freinds.
If it is the same guy wasnt he a heroin addict and alchoholic?
Died by jumping out a 7th story window in his misery?
Use to do well and then would pi$$ his money away just long enough and sober up a bit to make more money/work and ended up pumpin gas for awhile on one of his self induced bottom outs.
Had three woman (who collaberated to make the film) fall for him at different times.
Had a gaggle of kids with one of them that he never paid a dime to help support.
His own Mother was ashamed of him due to his extreme selfshness and self centeredness.
Dumb woman fell for his charm but all admit he was a real jerk.
That Buck Owens?
Yes, there is Country Pop, but there’s still Country Rock and Country and Western. I haven’t heard her music on a country station yet, but I haven’t been listening all day and night either.
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