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Country Singer Mickey Guyton Breaks Out With 'Black Like Me'

Harmonics with Beth Behrs

Society & Culture

Host Beth Behrs talks with Mickey Guyton about Country Artists speaking out against racism and injustice, the power and importance of three chords and the truth in the midst of Music Row fluff, lifting other women up as a form of therapy, and, of course, Dolly Parton. Originally from Arlington, Texas, Guyton has made a name for herself as a powerhouse vocalist and impressive songwriter, being called “one of the most promising new voices in country in recent years.” In 2015, she released her self-titled EP featuring her debut single, “Better Than You Left Me,” and the following year she was nominated for her first ACM Award for New Female Vocalist. On September 11 she released her new EP Bridges, which has solidified her as "the unapologetic voice country music needs right now."


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