Other genres ignore it, but country t...

Other genres ignore it, but country taps recession

There are 1 comment on the Hattiesburg American story from May 21, 2009, titled Other genres ignore it, but country taps recession. In it, Hattiesburg American reports that:

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Recession? What recession? Despite the sour economy, radio has been remarkably free of songs about tough times.

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#1 May 21, 2009
I have been a big fan of Hanks for nearly 30 years. I also lost my job over 2 years ago when it moved to Mexico. I was happy to hear "Red, White, and Pink Slip Blues". It made me feel like Hank gave a hoot about us middle class people. However, after seeing him in Evansville in April (which he did a great job and seemed to be back to his old self) and I bought a t-shirt for $30, I got home and looked at it and it was "Made in Mexico". I felt like I had been kicked in the teeth. He should steer his fan club to be buying American products. I know I've gotten plenty of his t-shirts before that were made in the USA.

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