It's time to face the music.

She's a little bit country and he's a little bit rock 'n roll.

Sure, it worked for Donny and Marie Osmond, sorta, kinda, but they're family, okay, creepy, but seriously, can you have a long term relationship with someone if your musical tastes aren't that compatible?

Well, it's time to find out.

Of course there's an app for that.

Vinylly.

There's a woman who noticed a gap in the dating app world where music playlists were never really prominently featured as a distinctive and significant factor when trying to hook two people up.

Vinylly's creator explains it this way, "It takes your streaming data and combines it with a few questions that sort of round out what you like to listen to," Rachel Van Nortwick, owner and founder of Vinylly said.

A first of its kind scene for single music lovers.

Of course Tri-Cities is part of the online-dating community, a multi-billion dollar industry where roughly a third of adult singles in the United States are using dating apps, and as you might imagine during a pandemic, the popularity has only soared higher.

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Ultimately, like other dating apps, the user is in control of who they hit play on [like], hit shuffle on [temporary pass] or skip [say no to]. It's a free app to download and 99 cents to begin a conversation between two people that both hit play.

Here's a piece that's about six years old, but it's as true today as it was back then, regarding a long term, meaningful relationship with someone who just does not share the love of your jams, it's difficult to do, but not impossible, to date someone who's taste in music is totally different from yours. Good luck, swordsman. More.