I’m a weird mix of dichotomies. I love the raucous cacophony of a rock concert, but when I’m home, I surround myself with quiet. I crave cities and the abundance of culture they have to offer, but I intentionally eschew them in favor of a somnolent country life. I seek out adventure, yet despise change. I’m a homebody who craves travel and suffers from wanderlust. I love and hate with equal passion. I accept that my past has formed me but I refuse to let it define me. I know exactly who I am, and yet I am constantly surprising myself.
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FAWN GROVE, PA- Mainstream country music continues to fumble through an identity crisis, seeming as though it has forgotten its roots as it floods radio stations with songs and bands that…