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Country Music

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 September...

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Country Music

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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Music Communication

Music Communication Music, a Sense of Direction Music, it’s a sense of direction, an escape, a trend, a mental, and a physical support for certain individuals from moral support to motivate situation such as using music to reach a goal. However, from an artist’s point of view music it can be their escape by expressing their feelings or a situation to others while making melodies creating music. “Today it is one of the most powerful ways to influence, enhance, educate or even destroy one's...

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The History of Music in Advertising

Music plays a significant role in advertising when it comes to getting the consumer’s attention. Music is used for television, radio, and Internet advertisements. Music can enhance the expression, mood, situation, or character of the ad. It’s especially effective for TV commercials and radio advertisements. They can go from creative jingles to popular music from world famous artists today. Based on the timeline of music and advertising, entertainment was first used in advertising during the late...

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Black Nationalism and the Revolution in Music

society in terms of their courage, beliefs and faith to accomplish what they have done in the fields of politics and music. They have been affective in the field of politics by having leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther king Jr., Malcolm x and Nelson Mandela lead them to a civil right society where everyone was treated equally. And they have also been part of the revolution of music in terms of how many categories they have invented and taken over. In the field of politics, their leaders led their...

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The Inspiration of Country Singers and Country Music

types of music; Rap, Hip-Hop, Classic Rock, Rock, Jazz, Southern Rock, and many more. But now Country Music has inspired all ages from young to old, from people getting married, death in familys, losing close friends, then to break ups, to best friends, from animals and clothes. It's the all around truth about everyday life, they talk about Big Ol' Pick-Up trucks, hunting, then going out having fun in the mud. If any music inspired me the most it would definatly be Country music. But two Country singers...

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Country music

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...

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Country Music vs. Rap Music

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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American Music Culture

Supremes American Music Icons of the 1950’s to the 1970’s. Two music icons and two different music styles. The 1950’s everything was changing from the clothing to music. Elvis Aron Presley was born on January 8th, 1935. Elvis was born to Gladys and Vernon Presley. Elvis learned to play the guitar and sing gospel music when he was in the 6th grade. By the time he was 18, he was ready to set out to play music full-time. By 1953 he cut his first record it was a...

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Religion and Country Music

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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