Friday on "The Talk," Sara Evans opens up about why she thinks the Country music industry has become more of a boys club over the last 10 years. "I honestly don't know. You know, when I came onto the scene in the late 90's, early 2000's, I was competing with so many women. It was basically half and half on the charts. It was Faith Hill and Trisha Yearwood and Shania Twain, and Reba and Martina McBride, Dixie Chicks, Lee Ann Womack, me. It was just, you know, so competitive with the women. And then around 10 years ago, this whole like 'bro' country kind of sound came on the scene. And for the last 10 years it's been like two women in the top 50 and 48 men, and so it's kind of frustrating, very frustrating because it's obviously changed the course of my career and all females in country music. We have a really hard time getting the music played. So it's frustrating, but thankfully I have an awesome fan base and I have a lot of platforms to get my music out there."
Air Date: Oct 2, 2020