country music

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  • noun

Synonyms for country music

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

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I'm one of those country-western fans, and I switch stations whenever I hear their music.
It used to be that country-western dancers all wore cowboy hats and boots.
At Oil Can Harry's in Studio City, Rick Dominguez has led the way to set country-western dance routines to different music styles including pop, rock and salsa.
Don't be surprised if you hear a Country-Western tune followed by Grunge and than an Urban Dance cut," Combs said.
At the Northeast Valley Multipurpose Senior Center in Pacoima, a group of 14 women enjoy learning country-western dances on Wednesdays and Fridays.
At the Cowboy Palace Saloon in Chatsworth, country-western dancing is offered every night of the week.
Stothers' songs draw on a variety of idioms, from rock and country-western to Renaissance music; a synthesized sound of bagpipes and penny whistle give some of them a Celtic air.
Wearing country-western clothing, they also bring nonperishable food to donate to the South Antelope Valley Emergency Services food bank, which provides help to needy local families.
She enjoyed reading histories and romantic mysteries and listening to country-western and classical music.
The rodeo will be followed by a country-western band and barn dance.
The play depicts six women: a country-western singer on a USO tour, a Vassar graduate volunteering with the Red Cross and four military nurses of varied backgrounds: an Army veteran, a military ``brat,'' a young woman who joined up to see the world, another who thinks she can save the world.
In early April there'll be the Country Western Hop, on which he is working with Lisa Sandoval, the country-western dance instructor at Schooner's restaurant.
The country-western themed fair will also include handmade arts and crafts for sale and children's activities.
Folk-rocker Richard Thompson lends a hand on ``Wreck of the Carlos Rey,'' a country-western shipwreck song - and so it goes.
Free entertainment will be provided by performers running the gamut from country-western phenom Leann Rimes and local swing favorite Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to pop-rock duo Heart and popular rockers Uncle Kracker.