There’s a song title on Chris Cagle’s second album that gets right to the heart of the problem – ”Chicks Dig It,” which could well serve as the manifesto of country radio and its devotion to a presumably sentimental female demographic. Cagle has a little vocal character and some promise as a writer, but like most recent male upstarts, he’s so devoted to soaring sweetness that even the up-tempos feel like ballads. Memo to Cagle: Chicks dig cojones, too.
Chris Cagle There's a song title on Chris Cagle's second album that gets right to the heart of the problem -- ''Chicks Dig It,'' which could well serve as the...Chris CagleCountry There's a song title on Chris Cagle's second album that gets right to the heart of the problem -- ''Chicks Dig It,'' which could well serve as the...2003-04-25
Genre: Country; Lead Performer: Chris Cagle; Producer (group): Capitol
Posted April 25 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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