Monday, March 18, 2013

Getting On Kacey Musgraves' 'Mary Go Round'

  • “I’m kind of a big believer in people doing whatever the hell they want to do, since I feel like society is probably going to have an opinion either way.”
  •  A label’s typical plan would be to put something out that’s safer and get fans, and then push buttons, but my idea is to push buttons first, scare off the people who are gonna be scared off, and then the right people will like you for who you really are, and stay with you.”

- To Carlo Rotella (author of “Playing in Time: Essays, Profiles and Other True Stories” and director of American Studies at Boston College in Sunday's New York Times

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