A major criticism of the station is that it doesn't expose children to true country music. And that's partially true. But along with the Granger Smith, Cole Swindell and Sam Hunt they play, young country music listeners are also getting introduced to incredible country songs like "Arms Length" by Lacy Cavalier, "Fight Like a Girl" by Kalie Shorr, and "Fly" like Maddie & Tae. The songs may not be traditional country, but they're a good evolution. The increased exposure this station gives to women may be good for the future generation of country music listeners. With this station, younger music listeners get used to hearing female country artists on country radio, and will be more likely in the future to help women fight to have more airplay. If I were a parent, I'd gladly let my child listen to Radio Disney Country over mainstream country radio, given they listened to a little Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn as well. It's not perfect, but it's a step in the right direction, and I applaud Radio Disney Country for showing people that country music is for women too.