MADDIE & TAE were having some fun with the notion of the only thing that matters to guy country singers being short shorts, tan legs and a whole lotta hair when they wrote “Girl In A Country Song,” a super-smart rejoinder that was as funny as it was spot-on. Response from non-obvious places was immediate – and resonant: NPR, Late Show with David Letterman, The New Yorker, Entertainment Weekly.
When “Girl In A Country Song” hit #1 on Billboard’s Country Singles chart, they became only the third female duo in the chart’s history soar to the top with their first single, as well as they were the fastest moving female debut act in eight years. But hitting the top of the charts, Rolling Stone took notice, followed by The Washington Post, proof that a song can still punch through the static.
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