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  1. Country (also called country and western) is a genre of popular music that originated with blues, church music such as Southern gospel and spirituals, old-time, and American folk music forms including Appalachian, Cajun, Creole, and the cowboy Western music styles of New Mexico, Red Dirt, Tejano, and Texas country.

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    Country music has its roots and beginnings in folk music. The old cowboy and pioneer songs of the American frontier were popular in the early twentieth century, and so were arrangements of pop music songs by rural (or rural-sounding) performers. Country musicians also adapted new musical instruments, like the Hawaiian steel guitar. Modern-day Count...

    Country-styled comedy is also popular, with writers and performers like Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Larry the Cable Guy, and others. Many comedians have appeared with Country acts, including Andy Griffith, Ray Stevens, and George Lindsey. Lindsey, Lulu Roman and Junior Samples were cast members of Hee-Haw, and so were Grandpa Jones and Minnie Pea...

    Roughstock - country music resource; also has a history of the genre Archived 2009-02-28 at the Wayback Machine
  2. This category has the following 200 subcategories, out of 244 total. (previous page) ( next page) Music by country and city ‎ (35 C) Works by musician nationality ‎ (15 C) Music of the African diaspora ‎ (6 C, 21 P) Albums by artist nationality ‎ (155 C) Music awards by country ‎ (52 C) Compositions by country of setting ‎ (3 C)

  3. El country es un género musical surgido en los años 1920 en las regiones rurales del Sur de Estados Unidos y en las Marítimas de Canadá y Australia. En sus orígenes, combinó la música folclórica de algunos países europeos de inmigrantes, principalmente Irlanda, con otras formas musicales, como el blues, el bluegrass y la música espiritual y religiosa, como el góspel. El término country comenzó a utilizarse en los años 1950, en detrimento del término hillbilly, que ...

  4. Country Music incluye una recolección de clásicos de la música country que reflejan su ideal del género musical, según Nelson, incluyendo mandolinas, violines y guitarras. 1 Nelson y el productor T Bone Burnett tuvieron la idea de grabar un álbum juntos mientras jugaban al golf en California. El álbum fue grabado en Nashville.

  5. 1956 in country music, Ray Price, Marty Robbins and Johnny Horton emerge, resurrect traditional country music after the influx of rock and roll threatens the heart of country music. 1957 in country music , Rock-flavored acts — Elvis Presley , Jerry Lee Lewis , Everly Brothers and Ricky Nelson — dominate charts; Patsy Cline debuts on the charts.