Three Imaginary Girls

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By now I’m sure you’ve read Kirstin Dunst’s wicked burn on the American Music Industry. She went on record as saying “It's harder to find great music these days. We have Amy Winehouse now, I guess and Bono (of U2). But still our biggest bands back home are crap. We don't have a Bob Dylan; where are all the great writers? We don't have enough new great talent. We just don't have the inspirational songs that pop out."

I’m wondering what tig readers think. Is she right? Are American artists crap? Or is she just not looking hard enough?