Gary, modern music and I don't have much that doesn't grind the gears. Clearly I'm an old fart, but I like good music and lyrics that can be understood and actually mean something of value. The music on my formative years were from the '60-'70s.
FWIW, the last rendition of whatever it was that the 3 gals sung at the Super Bowl was horrible. Sure they had good voices, but the song wasn't about them and they didn't figure that out. It was about the nation. This generation doesn't seem to understand that.
Case in point... Kate Smith. When I was a child I never appreciated her. But the older I get the more I appreciate her "God Bless America". It was sung from the heart and it was definitely NOT about her. It brings tears to my eyes to hear her sing it today. Her voice? Not that great, but her heart was in it and clearly it meant something to her. Things like that mean a great deal to me today. The 3 gals who sang what they did for the SuperBowl? I wouldn't give them a 2nd listen since it was all about them and they mean nothing to me. Kate Smith sung God Bless America with herself as being diminished and the song being what it was all about and it has stood the test of time so far. Again, this generation doesn't understand that value.
I bet you never heard the entire song. Come to think of it, her voice is pretty good.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEJo7x9y3D4
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