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.
"Crazy Too," on iTunes, GooglePlay or Amazon! It's an awesome song by an amazing family of singers. Also, please like their fan page below to stay up-to-date on their career.
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...
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...
and I've faced all my demons
Finally content with a past I regret
I've found you find strength in your moments of weakness
For once I'm at peace with myself
I've been burdened with blame
Trapped in the past for too long ...
I'm moving on
There's more pop in it, more rap, and I can't stand it. What happened to the good old classical beat?
Brooks & Dunn, George Strait, Garth Brooks, and many other classics need to be played more. Not any of those newbies who claim their southern..