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October 28, 2006 by Facts, Figures & Fun .
Written in English
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A short but comphrensive guide to country music. The evolution of an American genere from its roots in European folk music to its huge worldwide popularity with today's record-buying public.
The history of the music and the peoplewho took this music from obscurity to mainstream. Download Country Music Facts Figures And Fun books, A short but comprehensive guide to country music.
The evolution of an American genre from its roots in European folk music to its huge worldwide popularity with today's record-buying public. The history of the songs, stars and styles which took this music from obscurity to mainstream.
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The term country and western music (later shortened to country music) was adopted by the recording industry in to replace the derogatory label hillbilly music.
George Jones, who died on April 26 at age 81 in Nashville, was such a giant in the world of country music that a song Jim Lauderdale wrote about him, " The King of Broken Hearts," became a hit for George that was a fitting appellation.
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Charles may be best known for his bluesy soul music, but this country tune went all the way to number 2 on the charts. Charles thought blues and country were the most honest forms of music around. "Country songs and the blues is like it is," Ray Charles once told Rolling Stone, who put this song at number 7 on their list of greatest country.
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Country musicians or singers are thus involved in music that is generally of folk style generally concerning the rural United States or the music inspired by the cow boys of Western America. This genre of country music has its roots in Southern United States, where it originated in the ’s and gained worldwide acclaim around the ’s.
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The ability of radio broadcasting to reach rural communities aided the dissemination of new styles, notably country music. One in five country music songs refer to alcohol, one in three to tears and one in seven to “mama”. Not a single member of the Beatles could read or write music.
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Charles was blind from the age of seven. He pioneered the soul music genre during the s by combining blues, rhythm and blues, and gospel styles into the music he recorded for Atlantic Records.
Country music fans don't mind making fun of themselves and their music. In fact, it's sort of a tradition - from the comedy of Buck Owens on "Hee Haw," to the blue-collar stand up of Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Engvall.
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