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    of Country Music Country music is one of the most relatable forms of self-expression in our current culture; it is often used to express the personal thoughts‚ ways of living‚ and spirituality in the everyday lives of its listeners. Country music has grown to accommodate a very large and eclectic audience‚ keeping up with the growth and maturity its culture. It started with a few artists and a radio station‚ and has grown exponentially in a relatively small time. The impact of this music has

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    Country Music Origins Faith Hill a well renowned country musician since the early 90’s stated that‚ “Country music is the people ’s music. It just speaks about real life and about truth and it tells things how they really are.” This style of music originated in Bristol‚ Tennessee on August 1‚ 1927 when Ralph Peer signed Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family to record their music under the label known as Victor Records. Jimmie Rodgers‚ who is known as the father of music was born on

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    permeated every aspect of society and was a common foundation of popular music at the time. The popular country music of today hasn’t deviated much from the mold formed in the early nineteenth century‚ religion is still a prevalent theme in a large portion of country music‚ and many artists incorporate religion into their lyrics. Rural southern culture is a prime illustration of the minor transformation that country music underwent when transitioning from the nineteenth to the twentieth century

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    Country Music Country music is a unique and traditional type of music. It combines many different genres‚ and it blends them all into one great genre. Country music takes beats of rock and roll‚ it takes the soul of the good ole drinking music‚ and it takes the heart of old gospel. Although many people are disgusted by it‚ country music is one of the most complex genres of music today. Country is defined by its artists and the way they live their lives. The legendary artists of country music

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    Bassett hound at its feet. On the table beside it is a glass of cool‚ refreshing lemonade and a radio tuned in to the local country station. You stop to listen….. I was born country and that’s what I’ll always be‚ like the rivers and the woodlands wild and free. I’ve got a hundred years of down-home running through my blood. I was born country and this country’s what I love (Born 1). Ahh….you close your eyes and let Alabama take you back. But then Jack Ingram

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    Music 360 Writing Assignment 1 2 March‚ 2013 Country Music Since America has changed drastically throughout the years‚ music has changed along with it. Music changed with the times and captured those moments inside them. Music lets us take a look at the past and gives us a chance to feel the emotions that were happening within those years. America was an independent natation that conformed to no one else and it showed. We as a nation had to grow and learn on our own and people expressed it in

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    What Happen to the good ole music What Ever Happen to good ole countryMusic. The best of the best in country music has already gone today. The good singers are passed. Buck Owens was one the one who helped country music along. Roy Acuff was the father of country music . The good old songs that came where you’re cheating heart compare to the music today. There was comedy in it too such as the song like the streak with ray Stevens today’s country music isn’t the same some of it is

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    within Country Music             Country music is often viewed as the whitest and most segregated genre of music; however‚ its roots mainly stem from the working-class Black man. Evidence of African Americans’ involvement in the country genre can be dated decades back. However‚ as time continues on‚ their presence has come to a halt because genres such as hip-hop and R&B have evolved and become more accepting of the Black community. DeFord Bailey‚ who was the first African American country artist

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    Country Music vs. Rap Music Today there are many different genres of music. There are many types of music for anyone. Country and Rap music may be two most popular types of music. Many people who like country dislike rap music and the other way around. Many people who listen to rap would never listen to country or ever admit to it. On the other hand people who listen to country may enjoy some rap music. In each type of music‚ they have many sub-genres. There also are many stereotypes that are associated

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    as the King of Country Music‚ has been singing country music for over thirty years. He has become one of the most popular country music singers ever. He started a long time ago and is still going strong today. George Strait was born on May 18th‚ 1952 in Poteet‚ Texas. He lived on a cattle ranch near Pearsall‚ Texas. When he was only a child‚ his mother left with his sister and left Strait and his brother with her husband. When Strait was a teenager‚ he began his music by joining a rock

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