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  • Australian Country Music Groups: Australian Country Rock Groups, the Legarde Twins, the Mcclymonts, the Dead Livers, the Sunny Cowgirls

  • Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a mi
    Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Australian Country Rock Groups, the Legarde Twins, the Mcclymonts, the Dead Livers, the Sunny Cowgirls, the Donovans, Flying Emus, Fitzroy Xpress, the Flood. Excerpt: The LeGarde Twins are a pair of identical twins, Tom and Ted (b. March 15, 1930, in Mackay, Queensland), from Australia who play country music. The twins left home at the age of 15 and after trying their luck on the rodeo circuit as cowboys, they began playing music (they both sing and play guitar) and performed throughout Australia (with the nickname "Australia's Yodeling Stockmen"). They were signed to the Rodeo label from 1950 to 1952, after which they released a string of hits in the 1950s on Regal Zonophone Records. In 1957, they left for North America, initially for Canada (they had acknowledged Canadian country singer Wilf Carter, or "Montana Slim", as an influence); they were even rumored to get their own TV show on the Canadian channel CTV. Soon, however, they left for Hollywood, performed on Doye O'Dell's Western Varieties TV shows, and hosted a TV show on KTLA in Los Angeles, before settling down in Nashville. In the 1970s they were touring the United States, part of a revival of interest in the music of the old western movies. In 1972, they signed with American Heritage Records, and in 1980 with the Australian label
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  • Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942

  • More than twenty years in the making, Country Music Records documents all country music recording sessions from 1921 through 1942. With primary resear
    More than twenty years in the making, Country Music Records documents all country music recording sessions from 1921 through 1942. With primary research based on files and session logs from record companies, interviews with surviving musicians, as well as the 200,000 recordings archived at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Frist Library and Archives, this notable work is the first compendium to accurately report the key details behind all the recording sessions of country music during the pre-World War II era. This discography documents-in alphabetical order by artist-every commercial country music recording, including unreleased sides, and indicates, as completely as possible, the musicians playing at every session, as well as instrumentation. This massive undertaking encompasses 2,500 artists, 5,000 session musicians, and 10,000 songs. Summary histories of each key record company are also provided, along with a bibliography. The discography includes indexes to all song titles and musicians listed.
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  • Discovering Country Music

  • Discovering Country Music chronicles the incredible evolution of country music in America - from the fiddle to the pop charts - and provides an insigh
    Discovering Country Music chronicles the incredible evolution of country music in America - from the fiddle to the pop charts - and provides an insightful account of the reasons and motives that have determined its various transformations and offshoots over the years. In order to understand what country music is, and why, it is essential to understand how it makes its money — the basic revenue streams, the major companies involved, and how country artists are booked and marketed. Author Don Cusic helps readers do that, and goes even further, covering not only the business and the technology that have shaped the industry, but also tackling the question of country's relationship to the other major genres of the American recording industry, including pop, blues, and rock music.Discovering Country Music is broken down into ten sections which include: key musical trends; ancillary business trends such as recording technology, radio, and the recording industry; and prominent artists, including as a small sample Stephen Foster, The Carter Family, Elvis, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, The Dixie Chicks, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and Kenny Chesney. This work should appeal to fans, scholars, educators, libraries and the general reader alike.
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  • Taboo Country Music Tee

  • Taboo clothing at Kohl's - This men's tee features country music and guitar graphics. Shop our full line of Taboo clothing at Kohl's.com.
    Taboo clothing at Kohl's - This men's tee features country music and guitar graphics. Shop our full line of Taboo clothing at Kohl's.com.
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  • A Country Music Odyssey

  • The Browns, CD, Bear Family, Running Time: 01:26:57 Usually Available in 1-2 weeks 20130617060016283
    The Browns, CD, Bear Family, Running Time: 01:26:57 Usually Available in 1-2 weeks 20130617060016283
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  • The Country Music Murders

  • This second Hilary Quayle mystery finds her backstage at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry when musicians are being bumped off one by one. Author Kaye draws
    This second Hilary Quayle mystery finds her backstage at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry when musicians are being bumped off one by one. Author Kaye draws on his experience as an entertainment reporter for this country music mystery.
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  • Country Music Changed My Life: Tales of Tough Times and Triumph from Country's Legends

  • In this book based on new interviews, some of country music's greatest stars share personal moments of redemption, inspiration, and heartache related
    In this book based on new interviews, some of country music's greatest stars share personal moments of redemption, inspiration, and heartache related to the music that shaped their lives. Brenda Lee explains how her childhood singing gift raised her entire family out of dire poverty, and Pat Boone speaks about the spiritual influence of his father-in-law, Red Foley. Barbara Pittman talks about her childhood friendship with Elvis Presley, while Little Jimmy Dickens divulges how Hank Williams came to write a song for him and why he never recorded it. Mickey Gilley talks about gladly living in, then gladly escaping, the shadow of his cousin Jerry Lee Lewis, and Hank Thompson reveals how his background in electrical engineering helped revolutionize country music. More stories from Glen Campbell, Don Williams, Johnny Legend, Chris Hillman, and many others explain the inspiration and effect of country music in their lives.
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  • Country Music Hall of Fame 1996

  • Ray Price, CD, King, Running Time: 00:31:57 Ships within 1-2 days 20130619164451223
    Ray Price, CD, King, Running Time: 00:31:57 Ships within 1-2 days 20130619164451223
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  • Country Music Films (Study Guide)

  • Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a mi
    Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: O Brother, Where Art Thou? Where the Heart Is, Nashville, Tender Mercies, Coal Miner's Daughter, the Apostle, Walk the Line, Coyote Ugly, Crazy Heart, Maverick, Flicka, Hope Floats, Down From the Mountain, a Prairie Home Companion, Falling From Grace, Songcatcher, Pure Country, the Beverly Hillbillies, America's Music: the Roots of Country, Gordy, Next of Kin, Black Dog, Straight Talk, Honeymoon in Vegas, Sweet Dreams, Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector, the Thing Called Love, Happy, Texas, Rhinestone, Pink Cadillac, Beer for My Horses, Annabelle's Wish, Broken Bridges, Country Music: the Spirit of America, Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road, 8 Seconds, the Cowboy Way, Buried Country, Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again, Blue Collar Comedy Tour: the Movie, My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys. Excerpt: 8 Seconds 8 Seconds (originally titled 8 Seconds to Glory ) is a 1994 biopic about American rodeo legend and world bull riding champion Lane Frost. The film details his life from his youth learning how to ride bulls, until his death in 1989. 8 Seconds was directed by John G. Avildsen and stars Luke Perry as Lane Frost, Stephen Baldwin as real life rodeo legend Tuff Hedeman, and Red Mitchell as cowboy poet Cody Lambert. The title refers to the length of time a bull rider is required to
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  • Country on Compact Disc: The Essential Guide to the Music

  • Country Music Foundation, Paul Kingsbury (Editor),Paperback, Edition: 1, English-language edition, Pub by Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
    Country Music Foundation, Paul Kingsbury (Editor),Paperback, Edition: 1, English-language edition, Pub by Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
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  • Country Music Changed My Life: Tales of Tough Times and Triumph from Country's Legends

  • In this book based on new interviews, some of country music's greatest stars share personal moments of redemption, inspiration, and heartache related
    In this book based on new interviews, some of country music's greatest stars share personal moments of redemption, inspiration, and heartache related to the music that shaped their lives. Brenda Lee explains how her childhood singing gift raised her entire family out of dire poverty, and Pat Boone speaks about the spiritual influence of his father-in-law, Red Foley. Barbara Pittman talks about her childhood friendship with Elvis Presley, while Little Jimmy Dickens divulges how Hank Williams came to write a song for him and why he never recorded it. Mickey Gilley talks about gladly living in, then gladly escaping, the shadow of his cousin Jerry Lee Lewis, and Hank Thompson reveals how his background in electrical engineering helped revolutionize country music. More stories from Glen Campbell, Don Williams, Johnny Legend, Chris Hillman, and many others explain the inspiration and effect of country music in their lives.
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  • Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music, Vols. 1 & 2

  • Ray Charles, Vinyl LP - Remastered, CONCORD RECORDS, Running Time: 00:00:00 Usually ships within 24 hours 20120414110011487
    Ray Charles, Vinyl LP - Remastered, CONCORD RECORDS, Running Time: 00:00:00 Usually ships within 24 hours 20120414110011487
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  • Country Music Comin' Home

  • Country music's comin' home. Once again the songs reflect the beliefs of the people: life is hard but sometimes funny; love is sweet and parting bitte
    Country music's comin' home. Once again the songs reflect the beliefs of the people: life is hard but sometimes funny; love is sweet and parting bitter; death is certain and often tragic; God is real and heaven everlasting. From Southern Appalachia through the Delta South across the Western plains and mountains into the vast Northern reaches, the heart of traditional Country music lies in the life-sustaining faith of the people. In these pages you'll find the tears and the talents, the tragedies and the triumphs of the stars who are bringing Country music back full-circle. May the circle be unbroken.
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  • Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music

  • Ray Charles, CD,Imports, Running Time: 00:00:00 ***Not Yet Released:Preorder Now*** 20140525021735150
    Ray Charles, CD,Imports, Running Time: 00:00:00 ***Not Yet Released:Preorder Now*** 20140525021735150
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  • The Golden Age of Country Music - Piano - Vocal - Guitar

  • Created by Alfred Music Publishing, NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition, Pub by Alfred Music Publishing Co, Inc.
    Created by Alfred Music Publishing, NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition, Pub by Alfred Music Publishing Co, Inc.
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  • Readin' Country Music: Steel Guitars, Opry Stars, and Honky Tonk Bars

  • For this editor, the starting point for 'Readin' Country Music' was an 8:00 A.M. panel session on country music at the 1992 meeting of the Society for
    For this editor, the starting point for 'Readin' Country Music' was an 8:00 A.M. panel session on country music at the 1992 meeting of the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature, held at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. One of the last, wrap-up sessions on the program, the country music panel was so scheduled in tribute to the Nashville conventional site, a kind of Grand Ole Opry finale.
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  • Reading Country Music: Steel Guitars, Opry Stars, and Honky Tonk Bars

  • Expanded edition of special SAQ issue on country music. Six new articles will be added by Jocelyn Neal on the structure of country, Cristine Kreyling
    Expanded edition of special SAQ issue on country music. Six new articles will be added by Jocelyn Neal on the structure of country, Cristine Kreyling on “Music Row” in Nashville, Walter Herbert on Willie Nelson and the interpretation of his m
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  • Cooking with Country Music Stars

  • Country Music Foundation, Hardcover, Edition: 5, English-language edition, Pub by Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
    Country Music Foundation, Hardcover, Edition: 5, English-language edition, Pub by Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
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