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Ready For In-flight Concerts On Southwest?

After paying extra fees to check in and carry on your luggage, Southwest Airlines are now forcing passengers to watch live in-flight entertainers. Southwest Airlines has sealed a deal with Warner Music Nashville to provide the in-flight talent according to NY Daily News. Country music artist Devin Dawson helped Southwest make the announcement, appearing in a video on the site for the series called “Live at 35,” referring to the plane’s altitude at 35,000 feet.

To be fair, folks in the front of the plane seem giddy over the harmonizing airbound entertainers. But, maybe they’re the last fans of country and folk music and don’t have the internet or taste?

Twitter folks, with sensibility disagree with the forceful change. Hey SW, maybe save that money and put it into free wifi for passengers???

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