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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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Many country musicians strike an outlaw pose, but Haggard was the real deal.
This transformation changed how country musicians became stars and the way that country audiences interacted with their music.
Also inducted were Randy Bachman from The Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive, country musician Jimmy Capps, bass guitarist Will Lee, rhythm guitarist Corki Casey O'Dell and country guitarist Velma Smith.
Buck Owens was a country musician who played a pivotal role in the genre.
MUSICAL JOURNEY: West country musician Martin Turner
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When on the road the 21-year-old country musician especially relies on a team of helpers who assist her backstage for her "crazy" costume changes which often take place in less than 30 seconds in between songs
What: Cooper's Kitchen creator and country musician Cooper Boone performs cooking demonstrations, live music and introduces new brand of salsas, glazes and jams at the Country Living fairs in Columbus, Ohio, and Atlanta.
And headlining the bill will be American country musician George Hamilton IV.
In the film, Jeff plays Bad Blake, a down-and-out country musician, forced to make a living playing in small town bars.
This summer, country musician Martina McBride will use her new song "How I Feel" to bring smiles to the faces of thousands of children as she partners with Crest Nature's Expressions.
A Canyon Country musician was presumed dead Monday in the wreckage of his plane found outside the Northern California town of Arcata.
Other notable guests include transgendered country musician Rae Spoon, Luther Wright (Luther Wright and The Wrongs) and grrrl-folk icon Ani DiFranco.
Classical pianist Robert Henry credits a country musician as providing the musical stimulus that led him to the piano.
First, Carl has to keep his elderly aunt from driving, even though this is her greatest wish; second, he has to manage his own desire for the comely nursing home social services director; and finally, he struggles with his own dream of becoming a country musician.