CMT – Sucks Mostly, But Not Completely

I got an email out of the blue today from CMT. Some nice person by the name of “Jen” emailed to implore me to alert you, loyal Twanger, that “There is a chance that Comcast may switch CMT from its current home on the basic cable package to a digital package.” Apparently if this unspeakable act comes to pass then several markets will lose access to CMT and it will cost them more bank to get it back. Truth be told, 99% of the time CMT, and their parade of crap – The CMT Music Awards, is a arid wasteland and serves as a sterling example of what’s wrong with Nashville and hollow spectacle that contemporary country music has come to be. But they do have the Crossroads series, which is not half bad and actually on one occasion – Roseanne Cash and Steve Earle – was brilliant. And Studio 330 highlights some truly great talent at their live best. So for that 1%, I am posting this notice. If you have Comcast, and like CMT, especially you folks in Baltimore, apparently in your market the end is nigh – then call or email Comcast and give ’em hell. Or go to a “fan created site” (uh huh) commiserate with others in these dark times.

3 thoughts on “CMT – Sucks Mostly, But Not Completely

  1. Ryan
    March 7, 2007 at 8:11 pm

    CMT was kicked off regular cable in north jersey, but all they ever have on now is Trick My Truck anyway.

  2. March 8, 2007 at 11:58 pm

    It would suck less if it played more of the old classic country, from artists like Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and Buck Owens. And speaking of Buck, I can still remember:

    The Last Time I Saw Buck Owens
    Dr BLT
    words and music by Dr BLT (c)2007

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