In a society today of pop music with its female idols and boy-bands, what kind of music can we call manly? Classical music is catered to the elite, Rock music is catered to rebels, Country music is catered to heartland Americans, Jazz music is catered to night clubbers, and the list goes on and on for every genre.
I feel as though there isn't any music out there that real men can appreciate, something that feels generally masculine. Being a musician by profession, I've seen and heard basically most of what mainstream music has to offer and am very dissatisfied. Right now when I think of music for gentlemen I think the great American songbook, or classical music. Yet, it just doesn't feel completely manly. Don't get me wrong, there are a lot of very manly music pieces and songs in every genre, but there isn't really a genre that men can call fully manly. The most popular music (pop music) today is catered towards young girls obviously.
So what is there for young boys? What is music is there for them that they can look up to: to put them on the path of manliness? What genre of music can we men call our own?
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