I recently moved back to Washington, and had to get reacquainted with the radio market here. What's more, my car out here does not have a functioning CD player or cassette deck. (A cassette deck would be useful, since I have a cassette adaptor for my iPod and CD Walkman.) So I'm...
but I'm afraid there has been very little real country music produced for many years.
I love the Golden Age of Country, from about 1955 to 1985.
George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty just to name a very few.
she thinks my tractor's sexy
ladies love country boys
chicks dig it
what was I thinkin'
and finally but absolutely not least....International Harvester
But I have a question: What's with everyone all the sudden thinking they're a country singer?
I'm not saying the songs are bad, I like them, but why are there suddenly so many crossovers?
Darius Rucker- lead singer for hootie and the blowfish. "Don't think I don't think...
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I love old country music, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, George Jones, Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Williams, Lefty Frizzell and so many more. I love old, old country. The newer stuff is a little less love and a lot more hit or miss. Some I love Gary Allen, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, and some I...
the older country music is my fave. start getting up in the new millenium and i start to get lost a bit. but i do like a bunch of the songs and music. i do listen to other genres but thats only when i'm mad. country is my fave and always will be. put on some merle or george jones...