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Re: “Jason Adamo's Sunflower

Daggonit. I hate to read what you wrote about Jason Adamo's album. The critique seemed gratuitous and amateur. I am so tired of the Indy music staff dissing anything that isn't indy rock or alt country. Here's a piece of information for you nerdy writers: there are different types of music around the triangle, and you are doing a disservice to the community by kissing Tuft Merritt's ass and kissing up to the Old '97s like they're the second coming. Sure, those acts are great, but local acts like Jason Adamo, and countless others -- deserve the same positive publicity. In Jason Adamo's album, I hear passion, hard work and authenticity. Is that not enough to welcome the review and publicize it in a positive way? Would it kill you guys to give a pop artist some props? It's tiring, especially when Jason Adamo is a local artist. Lets turn the masses on to new music from other arenas and do so with less criticism. Would it kill you to cover a diverse population of musicians? After all, youve got a diverse population of readers. It sounds like to me the writer of that article has a guitar in his room that he can't play all that well. He wishes he could put out a record, but he's just a mediocre music journalist with greasy hair, Buddy Holly glasses and a skateboard. Jason Adamo shouldve gotten a fair shake. Thats all I got.

Posted by LynnBryan on 10/08/2008 at 5:31 PM

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