country music

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Synonyms for country music

a simple style of folk music heard mostly in the southern United States

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Embassy in Yerevan didn't involve long dresses and bow ties, but rather bandanas, cowboy hats and line dancers performing in T-shirts and blue jeans to American country music.
50 The giant of contemporary American country music plays a rare Welsh show.
Which American country music artist had a UK number 1 in 1955 with Rose Marie?
We aren't American country music, we certainly don't sing with American accents, we do our own thing and we like to be different.
Maria, who is joined on her new album by American country music legend John Prine as well as Damien Rice, will play Dublin's Vicar Street on September 29.
Sure to wow the audience will be "Rocky Raccoon," Paul McCartney's take-out on American country music and propensity toward violence.
Dave, who ran a Coventry City supporter club while he was living in Virginia, made a name for himself in American country music with the Waylon County band.
They were much used in American country music and gained notoriety in that famous scene in the 1971 Burt Reynolds film Deliverance when a spooky youth played Duelling Banjos as a prelude to danger and disaster.
Badger says first hearing American country music star Hank Williams was "a pivotal moment in my life".
He has repeatedly shown himself unwilling to sacrifice clever wordplay in the service of his songs' structural coherence, and the success of his forays into American country music has been notoriously uneven.
Washington, Mar 28 (ANI): American country music singer Dolly Parton has revealed that she is a bundle of nerves pending the debut of her Broadway musical '9 TO 5'.
Other favorites include Ethiopian music, American country music and popular American R&B singers and rappers.
VETERAN American country music star Glen Campbell is hoping that singing a U2 hit will revive his flagging career.
A SOME people mistakenly believe it's a traditional Irish air but the words were penned by American country music legend Johnny Cash.
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