Since its first publication in 1968, Bill C. Malone’s Country Music, U.S.A. has won universal acclaim as the definitive history of American country music. Starting with the music’s folk roots in the rural South, it traces country music from the early days of radio through the first decade of the twenty-first century. This third revised edition includes an extensive new chapter in which new coauthor Jocelyn R. Neal tracks developments in country music in the post-9/11 world, exploring the relationship between the current scene and the traditions from which the music emerged.
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How Merle Haggard Changed the Course of Country Music
Their rough-and-tumble take offered what some people heralded as a more "authentic" country sound. (Asked to define "the Nashville sound," guitarist and producer Chet Atkins would reportedly jingle the change in his pockets and say, "That's what it is.
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Tim And Myles Thompson Perform At Charles And Myrtle's Saturday
With recent performances that include the Montreal Jazz Festival, Walnut Valley Festival, Sisters Folk Festival, Pagosa Folk 'N Bluegrass Festival, and the Chet Atkins Festival, they have polished their craft to a fine luster. The duo has opened for …
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It’s time to Buck ’Em one more time! After the unprecedented success of Buck ’Em!, Omnivore Recordings is prepared to take Buck’s story to the next stage with Buck ’Em! Volume 2: The Music Of Buck Owens (1967-1975). In the same way the Volume 1 started the story, Buck ’Em! Volume 2 continues it—tracing the incredible music of Bakersfield’s hero and country icon via an impressive 50 tracks! From #1 singles like “Who’s Gonna Mow Your Grass,” “Johnny B. Goode,” and “Tall Dark Stranger,” to favorites including “Ain’t It Amazing, Gracie” and the original version of “Streets Of Bakersfield,” Buck ’Em Volume 2 continues the journey of Alvis Edgar Owens, Jr. [Buck] throughout his run into the 1970s and into the homes of America on Hee Haw. Featuring notes culled from Randy Poe’s best-selling book, Buck ’Em! The Autobiography Of Buck Owens, and featuring photos and ephemera, the legend of Buck reigns supreme with this capper to the iconic first volume of the series. With mastering from Michael Graves, whose work on Hank Williams’ The Garden Spot Programs, 1950 earned him a Grammy®, the listener is not only reliving history, but hearing it better than it’s ever sounded. Buck ’Em! Volume 2: The Music Of Buck Owens (1967-1975) is not just a sequel to an impressive and successful release, it is the continuation of the appreciation of a true, American legend. Buck. Yes.
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40 of the greatest honky tonk hits by this highly influential country music legend. Includes ‘Act Naturally’, ‘Together Again’, ‘Think of Me’, ‘Love’s Gonna Live Here’ and ‘I’ve Got a Tiger By the Tail’. Double slimline jewelcase. 1999 release. The full title is ‘Streets of Bakersfield/ 40 Greatest Hits’.
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Interview with Jean Shepard: The Matriarch of Country Music Special
Throughout her illustrious career in country, Shepard was the first female artist to sell one million copies and she was the first female vocalist to overdub her voice on her albums; moreover, she was the first female country musician to make a color …
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Jean Shepherd, former Akron dance studio operator, dies at 93
Naomi Heiney, who went by her stage name of Jean Shepherd, died early Thursday at Bath Manor Special Care Center. She was 93. Mrs. Shepherd was the owner of the Jean Shepherd Dance Studio, which had several locations in the Akron area until she …
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Pedro Azo gana XXII Copa Independencia fisiculturismo & fitness internacional
En otras categorías, fisiculturismo clásico, primero, el capitaleño Michael Gómez; segundo, el haitíano Jean Poix Laventure y tercero, Randy de los Santos; peso ligero de fisiculturismo, primero, el maeño Jorge José Francisco; segundo, Jorge Andrés …
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WEVL country music deejay 'Bashful Bob' Letson dies at 81
Each week for almost two decades, "Bashful Bob" Letson — WEVL's most down-home deejay and one of the great personalities in American country music radio — promised his listeners he'd be back on the air, "if the Good Lord's willing and the creeks don …
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40th anniversary of first National Aboriginal Country and Western Festival in …
Curator Dr Blake Singley said the festival acknowledged the significance of country and western music in the lives of Indigenous Australians — a genre that had been for "a long time the music of choice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people".
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Cooder-Skaggs-White Offer Up a Banquet of American Roots Music
Among the repertory: The Delmore Brothers, Flat & Scruggs, The Louvin Brothers, Kitty Wells, Bill Monroe, Hank Williams, Bill Carlisle, Merle Travis, Hank Snow, Blind Alfred Reed, Ralph Stanley. Among the tunes: “The Family that Prays,” “Take Me to …
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Relive a favorite performer's music with tribute series
Influenced by Americana, Jazz, Country Western and Classical music, their style of guitar playing is largely built upon the thumb-picking techniques pioneered by guitar greats Merle Travis and Chet Atkins. • NIGHT FEVER: 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 26. This …
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Watch Taylor Swift's New Music Video 'Out of the Woods'
As promised, Taylor Swift premiered the music video for “Out of the Woods,” the latest single from her blockbuster album 1989, during Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest — and it opens with her standing on a beach as vines and trees …
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Taylor Swift's “Out of the Woods” Video Is a Frozen/The Revenant Mash-Up
Taylor Swift is on a mission to revive the music video, and her latest, “Out of the Woods,” may be her most epic yet. Steep cliffs, CGI wolves, and killer icicles abound as Swift runs, crawls, leaps, and swims from a tropical shore to an icy tundra …
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What Taylor Swift, Britney Spears and Shania Twain concerts taught me about …
Through a twist of fate this summer, I saw Taylor Swift, Britney Spears and Shania Twain in concert, all within the span of a month. Three extremely powerful women and music icons, all at very significant points in their careers. Swift, 26, is in the …
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Country singers set local music scene
Country singer-songwriters Mark Chesnutt, Johnny Lee, Hayes Carll and Todd Snider are all in town this week playing music at Masones Saloon and Main Street Crossing in Tomball. Chesnutt performs at 9 p.m. on Oct. 23 with tickets starting at $ 25 and Lee …
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Merced lines up country and folk music show
Country music artist Mark Chesnutt is set to perform his twangy tunes next week in downtown Merced. Perhaps best known for his 1990 country music hit “Too Cold at Home,” Chesnutt will play during a show that starts at 8 p.m. July 9 at Merced Theatre …
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Mark Chesnutt, Craig Morgan, Miranda Lambert – Country Thunder – 4/12/14
With headliner Miranda Lambert and main stage acts Mark Chesnutt and Craig Morgan, Saturday proved to be the biggest and best day yet with some 26,000 attendees throughout the day. Like any other year at the festival, there's a lot of tan skin …
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Country music star TG Sheppard performing at AG Center Saturday night
“He lived through the Depression,” recalled Sheppard in a recent interview with The Cullman Times. “He wanted me to farm, drive heavy equipment — have a stable job, like him.” But the desire to sing on stage was stronger than his father's demands, so …
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T.G. Sheppard, Kelly Lang Release Duets Album
Since their marriage in 2007, T.G. Sheppard and Kelly Lang have gotten non-stop requests to record a duets album. Now, their fans can finally celebrate with the upcoming release of 'Iconic Duets.' “People have asked us to record or to sing together …
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This listing is for a brand new 5 Disk MUSIC MAESTRO COUNTRY CLUB PACK Vol.3 Set. This 95 song set has been discontinued so I thought I’d stock up on them before they disapeared. These Great Quality, factory manufactured CD’s come in paper sleeves with the CD’s containing the song titles, play the music without the lead vocals and display the lyrics on a Karaoke CD&G player. These songs are VERY GOOD professional reproductions and not preformed by the original artists.
Some of The artists are listed here and I will list the entire song list below in the review section..
John Michael Montgomery
Soggy Bottom Boys
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