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    Country Music Thread

    Well, we have a rock and a rap thread so I thought we should have a country music thread.

    I have been listening to country for 25 years now. The band Alabama is what got me going on it.

    1/2 of my CD collection is country music. Garth and George are favorites and Tim McGraw and Kenney Chesney are the one's I find I listen to the most recently.

    I like the ladies in Faith Hill, Trisha Yearwood, Martina Mcbride and of course Reba. I even still like the Dixie Chicks even though they pissed off the world with their political outspokeness. Our local country channel still does not play them. Las Vegas country station KWNR still plays them and you can catch a video now and then on CMT.

    One of the biggest thrills for country concerts was the George Strait festival in Vegas a few years back. George, Tim McGraw, Kenney Chesney, Dixie Chicks, Jo Dee Messina and Asleep At The Wheel were all there. What a fantastic show that was at a jam packed Sam Boyd Stadium.

    But the BIGGEST thrill was seeing Garth. That man knows how to put on a show. I was lucky enough to see him twice. Once at the Colorado State fair in Pueblo but it rained like hell that night. The second time, and the best one for me, was in Vegas at the Thomas and Mack which came to be his farewell tour.
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    I'm not a big country music fan, some of it is OK though...

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    I usta be a big rap fan until all the fake rappers came around like 50 cent and that, then somehow i got turned on to country, i mainly listen to johnny cash, willie nelson, merle haggard, bob dylan(folk/country)the highway men, i must say country is where its at, ever since i listened to country ive noticed my self mature and calm down a bit... But has anyone bought willie nelsons new album?

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    --- Hank Williams
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    --- Johnny Cash
    --- Merle Haggard
    --- Waylon Jennings

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    Little River Band.

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    Sorry but a bbq stain on my white t-shirt song doesn't do it for me

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    I listened to country a lot when I was growing up. But it has changed too much so I stopped listening to it.

    I like: Chris LeDoux, George Strait, Mark Chesnutt, Kenny Chesney, Alabama, Conway Twitty, Diamond Rio, Tracy Byrd, Dan Seals, Paul Overstreet. I am sure that there are more...especially older singers, but I can't think of them off hand.
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    Give me some Garth Brooks and some Cross Canadian Ragweed anyday of the week.

    And the ladies of country aren't too hard on the eyes either to go with their great voices.

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    2 of my favorite female and male country singers are....

    Shania Twain and Wynonna Judd......

    Alan Jackson and Vince Gill....

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    Waylon Jennings
    Johnny Cash
    Willie Nelson
    Dixie Chicks
    Vince Gill
    Patty Loveless
    Clint Black
    Randy Travis

    The Band (I put them here, although they aren't really country and they aren't really rock, and they aren't really folk, and they aren't really blues. They are Americana....which is odd, since they are 4/5 Canadian. Anyway, The Band is more like the country from that era than anything else).

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    How about Pure Prairie League? I need to get one of their CD's....

    I use to listen to them years ago and they made some good stuff...

    not too country but not rock either....

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCLadyFan
    How about Pure Prairie League? I need to get one of their CD's....

    I use to listen to them years ago and they made some good stuff...

    not too country but not rock either....

    With that description, you need to listen to Cross Canadian Ragweed...I think you would like them.....( my buddy is their road manager ) not promoting them or anything.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by watchthemiddle
    With that description, you need to listen to Cross Canadian Ragweed...I think you would like them.....( my buddy is their road manager ) not promoting them or anything.....

    never heard of them....

    is that something you listen to or something you smoke...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCLadyFan
    never heard of them....

    is that something you listen to or something you smoke...



    The name is a coroboration of their last names.....

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    country has gotten so far from it's roots its not even funny. most of it nowadays sounds like the pop/rock stuff.
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