No, they’d burn the place to the ground.vnatale wrote: ↑Sun Sep 13, 2020 6:47 pmI think might be able to confidently say that I've been directly exposed to more of Trump than you have for what he says at rallies and how his audience responds. Don't forget I'll sometimes listen to the entire rally three times in a row. I'm fairly confident I know what appeals to his audiences and what does not. And, therefore, the music which should be played for maximum appeal.flyingpylon wrote: ↑Sun Sep 13, 2020 6:32 pmThen again, perhaps you’re overconfident about the degree to which you understand Trump supporters.vnatale wrote: ↑Sun Sep 13, 2020 4:50 pmRegarding Trump rally campaign music.....This is the first time EVER I heard this:
Our America (with Gretchen Wilson & Cowboy Troy)
Now that I've listened to it a few times, if I were in charge of Trump rally music, It would be the last song I'd play JUST prior to Trump hitting the stage.
I could not see anything but the Trumpee's going wild over the song and putting them at the highest possible fever pitch to now actually be seeing their beloved Trump.
That is HOW you program rally music! Not John Fogerty's "Futunate Son", which, as has been pointed out, is actually anti-Trump.
Again, I'm not judging his campaign rally music by how it does or does not appeal to me but how I see it appealing to the Trump crowd.
The first time I applied to be a a DJ for our college radio station the station manager turned me down. I'd given him an audition tape of all the music I liked. I listened to his feedback and then gave him a second audition tape which I knew had the music on it HE wanted to hear. I got the job after that! I know how to play to the intended audience.
Can you see the above song I listed being played just before Biden comes on?
Edit: On second thought, there are no “Biden Rallies” anyway. So maybe it wouldn’t matter.