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    Music in general has evolved so much over the years. Interesting enough many different genres of music have been added to the world of music. There have also been quite a few new sub-genres created. Even business in the music industry has changed, in the following document as a reader you will explore how country music has gone from traditional country, to what some now refer to as “Modern Country” or “Bro-Country”. The following document will not only focus on the music itself but also how is it has affected the artistry in the craftsmanship of country music as a whole. Traditional country music has had an unmentioned, yet noticeable set of norms and standards throughout the history of country music. Take the lyrics of traditional country…

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    Garth Brooks’ childhood helped him become the successful singer he is today. Brooks’ parents were very supportive of him whenever he was a young boy (“Garth Brooks”). Garth’s mother, Colleen Carroll, was a country music singer in the 1950s and taught young Garth how to play guitar (Moore). Garth and his family, consisting of eight people (six kids and two adults), would have a family fun night once a week. On this night, the kids would play different instruments or put on skits and talent…

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    Has “new” country music or “pop” country music redefined country music by overcoming the main stereotypes or has it become a completely new genre? Country music has a longer history than most people realize. It dates back to around the 1920s when people started taking old tunes that their grandparents brought from their homeland, and combining them with a version of African American Blues. Even though this genre has had a longer time to evolve than some of the newer genres of today, if you were…

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    Listen To Country Music

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    Music is an important thing in people’s life. Music has grown with people generation to generation, and it gets change time over time. Must of people listen to music for what it has of bower that makes the person happy and relax. In my country which it Oman people listening to many songs especially Arabic songs, country, and hip-hop. Usually the oldest people listen to country songs. 25 years from now people in my hometown did not know music very much, so I did not know music a lot. Although, I…

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    Essay On Country Music

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    For over 90 of years’ country music has been an enjoyable source of entertainment for millions of people around the world. With the reputation of an upbeat and feel good vibe country songs have, it is no wonder country music has been around for so long. Country artists are specifically known for singing about the outdoors, relationships, and alcohol. They are able to provide a direct connection using these three topics, between themselves and their audiences. Country music usually consists of a…

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    Country Music Essay

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    Music it is more than just noise it has a purpose. Music is here to calm you, entertain you. I will be talking about music and how it affects us and everything else. Music means sounds combined to make a melody that appeals to you. Music effects everything that include movies, dances, and just being with family and friends. How does music effect movies? Have you ever tried to find a movie that doesn’t have any music in it, if you have and you probably didn’t find any? You know why, because it…

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    Country music is a genre of the United States popular music that has originated in the Southern and Southeastern United States in the year of 1920. Country music takes the roots of several music genres from the southeastern part of the United States known as Blues music, folk music, and western music. Country music often consists of ballads and dance tunes. Country music features instruments such as banjos, mandolins, guitars, fiddles, harmonicas, accordions, dulcimers, acoustic bass, jaw harp,…

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    Country Music Influence

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    dirt road there’s usually one thing that comes to mind, country music! There’s just something about it that evokes emotions and makes you want to sing along. A lot of country music talks about life and tells a story which is often relatable to a lot of everyday people. Some songs are about the good times, the bad times, the sad times, love, and sometimes revenge. Essentially, country music is about life experiences that people have gone through. These experiences are what the artist writing…

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    Country Music Analysis

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    Take a step south of the Mason-Dixon Line and ask about music. You will find that, while all different genres of music from techno to jazz are enjoyed, the south is built on country music. Country is a genre of music that not only gives the listener something enjoyable to tap their foot to, but is often relatable. Country is a style of music that no matter what kind of day the listener is having or the mood they are in, the perfect song exists. Whatever a person is feeling, there is an artist…

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    Country Music History

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    Many republican presidents enjoy country music, and came to the Grand Old Opry in Nashville. Country music is the type of music that worships cowboy pride. In other words means the life of a cowboy when doing things such as drinking riding horses, bar fights, and going to jail. When some country stars were asked about this many said they were involved with all these things at one point in their life, but the start of country music expanding outside of Nashville started with a group called the…

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