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How Sam Hunt Makes a Country Hit: Hip-Hop and 1950s Honky-Tonk | Diary of a Song

The Nashville boundary-pusher Sam Hunt and five all-star collaborators built “Hard to Forget,” his latest country radio No. 1, around a sample of Webb Pierce’s “There Stands the Glass,” from 1953. See how they made it sound modern in the latest Diary of a Song episode.

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