Country music used to be a genre by immigrants and people of the land. Then the major label music industry co-opted it and turned it into a glossy and manufactured version of itself. To steer clear of that, we sat down with Country artist Luba Dvorak. Aside from making pristine honky tonk tunes, Dvorak isn’t the norm in today’s shiny country landscape, though his sound is as universal as the songs hill people sang on porches over seventy years ago.
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