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  Roughstock's History of Country Music - Garth & New Country
Country Music is embarking on a new era in 1997.
The Country Music Superstar of the '90s, Troyal Garth Brooks was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on February 7, 1962, and was raised in Yukon, about 100 miles away from Tulsa.
By the time Garth was born, she had retired from a professional career and the Brooks' house reverberated with as much rock and pop music as country.
www.roughstock.com /history/garthnew.html   (919 words)

 The Role of Blacks in Country Music
Yet these and other elements of the African diaspora's country music heritage are known to relatively few people in the general public and even fewer in the country music industry.
You'll learn what they've done in country, sometimes why they cherish country or how they have acted on that love, and how their experiences will influence continued fl participation in country music.
Country music is part of fl culture and it is a part in which many of our forefathers and contemporaries have taken and do take great pleasure.
www.frugalfun.com /blackcountry.html   (2510 words)

 HoneyHoney's Country Music In Nashville
Their music came to be known as bluegrass from the band's name.
The Roy Acuff Museum features musical instruments photos, memorabilia and gifts from his fans which, chronicle the life of the "King of Country Music" The Minnie Pearl Museum displays personal items, costumes, photos and scenes from the life of the country comedienne with her price tag hat.
Two-stepping might be more your style, but most people who love country music like to kick up their heels a bit to a catchy tune.
www.geocities.com /bornhoney/music.htm   (1705 words)

 Kitty Wells, Queen of Country Music
During one of these appearances, she met Johnny Wright of the Country duo Johnny and Jack.
She was voted "Country Female Artist" by all the major trade publictions for 14 consecutive years.
She was to become the undisputed "Queen Of Country Music", and her achievents have never been topped by any other female Country singer.
www.angelfire.com /space/timbereagle/kittyw.html   (335 words)

 Country Standard Time: Honky Tonk. Portraits of Country Music, 1972-1981
And all the while, he took pictures that document the country music culture of the time, and one particularly enduring aspect of it: the peculiar and immediate relationship that exists between country artists and their fans.
The pictures of country music's most famous duets, for example - Porter and Dolly, George and Tammy, Conway and Loretta - are placed on facing pages.
It's an overstatement to say that it is entirely gone; vestiges of it can still be found at remaining country music parks, at county fairs, in the still-thriving bluegrass festival scene and elsewhere.
www.countrystandardtime.com /honkytonkBOOK.html   (544 words)

 Australian Country Music Foundation - Hands of Fame
The Country Music Hands Of Fame Cornerstone was established in Tamworth, Australia's Country Music Capital, in 1977 as a tribute to people who had made a name for themselves in Australian country music.
Inductees are determined by the Australian Country Music Foundation (ACMF) on behalf of Tamworth City Council and announced at the annual Roll of Renown Concert during the January country music festival in Tamworth.
Nominations for inductees are invited from the membership of the ACMF and the CMAA (Country Music Association of Australia).
www.acmf.org.au /handsoffame.html   (232 words)

 MCMAHOF   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
To promote Country Music, in all its various categories and names, in a manner that shall keep it clean, wholesome, enjoyable and pleasurable form of entertainment for all people.
This award is presented with the cooperation of the Maine Country Music Association and the MacKenzie Family.
The award is presnted to a person or persons who have proven their devotion to Traditional Country Music.
www.crosslink.net /~bigmack9/mcmahof.htm   (367 words)

 Strait to the Top
Country music superstar George Strait takes over the No. 1 spot (Billboard and RandR country singles charts) this week for an unprecedented 50
With the latest No. 1 hit, the 50-year-old Strait equals his age in chart-topping songs and maintains his hold on the top of the country charts with more No. 1 solo singles than any other artist in any genre.
Since his debut album, STRAIT COUNTRY, in 1981, the eventual Country Music Hall of Famer has won numerous industry awards and has sold more than 57 million records, a phenomenal figure that includes a collection of 25 platinum records, more than any other country artist in history.
www.thanksforthemusic.com /newalbums/strait.html   (170 words)

 1981 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1980 in music, other events of 1981, 1982 in music, 1980s in music and the list of 'years in music'
May 11 - The musical Cats begins its 8949 performance run on London's West End.
August 1 - MTV debuts on cable television, playing music videos 24 hours a day.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1981_in_music   (1415 words)

 pw: philadelphia weekly online
It would be a stretch of Dolly-sized proportions to call Philadelphia a country music town.
Forced to apply a handle to our musical roots, we'd likely define ourselves as soulful, an RandB mecca, a city whose musical legacy is rooted in sounds that work their way up from the streets.
Horenstein, whose fl-and-white portraits of country legends will be exhibited at the Print Center through Aug. 21, believes cities provide natural fan bases for the music he's documented.
www.philadelphiaweekly.com /view.php?id=7617   (405 words)

 CONCERTINA.net - English Country Music -- A Personal View
The name 'English Country Music' first appeared as the title of an LP recorded by Bill Leader in Shipdham, Norfolk in August 1962 and released by Reg Hall and Bob Davenport in September 1965.
There was, and still is, great music in other parts of England as well, most notably Bob Cann, all round entertainer and spectacular melodeon player from Dartmoor in Devon, or Willy Atkinson (mouth organ) from Alnwick in the North East and these musicians soon came to a wider audience at Festivals and through LP releases.
It should be clear from all of this that English Country Music is functional dance music and that this explains the firm rhythm and lack of ornamentation which are intended to help the dancers.
www.concertina.net /rd_ecm.html   (5408 words)

 Country Music Hall of Fame
CMA Announces Newest Members of Country Music Hall of Fame; 12 Inductees To Be Honored at Dinner Oct. 4 and During CMA Awards Nov. 7.
Country museum move new blow to Music Row Nashville changing: New Hall of Fame adds to downtown area's boom as tourists increasingly pass up recording district.
CMA Announces Newest Members of Country Music Hall of Fame; Floyd Cramer and Carl Smith to Be Inducted on the CMA Awards in November.
www.infoplease.com /ipea/A0151071.html   (263 words)

 Conway Twitty: Mississippi Musician of country music fame
Twitty has been one of the most successful country music artists of his day and time.
Most of his early fans knew him for his rock music, but in his spare time he wrote and sold country songs.
In terms of number one hits, Conway Twitty is the most successful recording artist in the history of country music because he has reached the top of the charts with country singles no less than fifty times in a career that has lasted thirty years.
www.shs.starkville.k12.ms.us /mswm/MSWritersAndMusicians/musicians/Twitty.html   (992 words)

 Blogcritics.org: "We've got both kinds of music: country and western!"
Country music has its share of wild characters, but old-fashioned, clean-cut, suit-and-tie-wearing Eddie Stubbs isn't one of them.
For a radio disc jockey faced with media conglomeration, target audiences and shrunken playlists, filling commercial and even public airwaves with classic country -- music from its golden era of the 1940s, '50s and '60s -- is a tall order.
There is wide agreement in the country music world that no one is as knowledgeable about the music as Eddie Stubbs.
blogcritics.org /archives/2003/07/28/120818.php   (1663 words)

 wbur.org Arts - Visual Arts - Rhinestone Paragraphs
Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music, 1972-1981, by Henry Horenstein.
It's a treat to see the Hillbilly Ranch, a legendary country music bar in Boston's fabled porn block, the Combat Zone, which is now gone.
"Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music, 1972-1981, by Henry Horenstein" will be on view at The Print Center in Philadelphia, PA, from July 9-August 21, 2004, and at The Light Factory in Charlotte, NC from September 10-October 22, 2004.
www.wbur.org /arts/2004/49319_20040415.asp   (1079 words)

 Flop Eared Mule
The covers avoid the overly familiar and it is tribute to the lady that she has the sense to record songs by the excellent, but largely ignored, Linda Hargrove and Lola Jean Dillon.
I can vouch for the music of both artists and can assure you that you will see a show which will stay with you for many years to come.
Country" would not exist without Earle's ground-breaking extension of what used to be called "Folk Rock".
flopearedmule.blogspot.com   (3429 words)

 Country Boy
His gorgeous fl-and-white prints cover a golden age of country (1972 to 1981) and include candid photos of Hank Williams Jr., Tammy Wynette, Hillbilly Tex (pictured) and White Stripes-muse Loretta Lynn.
"In those days, country musicians didn't want to be rock stars and they were much more appreciative of their fans and the press, and less jaded," Horenstein says.
Even bad country music of the '70s had a charm and individuality, though this didn't always make it easy to listen to."
www.citypaper.net /articles/2004-07-08/artpicks.shtml   (338 words)

 Down East Country Music Pioneers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This new award is presented to a Maine Country Music Performer who has demonstrated his/her personal integrity, honesty, and true love for the fans and performing.
Down East Country Music Association chooses the person to recieve this award with the agreement of the MacKenzie Family.
Down East Country Music Association and the Mackenzie Family will make every effort to uphold the standards set by Ken and Simone MacKenzie throughout their career's and to reward wholesome family entertainment.
www.crosslink.net /~bigmack9/decma.htm   (114 words)

 Australian Country Music Foundation - Roll of Renown
The Country Music Roll of Renown was established by Radio 2TM in 1976 to recognise and salute those artists who have made a lasting and significant contribution to Australian country music.
Inductees are determined by the Australian Country Music Foundation and announced at the annual Roll of Renown Concert during the January country music festival in Tamworth, Australia's Home of Country Music.
The Roll of Renown forms the basis for the ACMF's Legends of Country Music exhibition, the beginning of Australia's own country music hall of fame, open year-round at the Foundation's Tamworth headquarters.
www.acmf.org.au /rollofrenown.html   (228 words)

 List of years in country music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
(Redirected from List of years in Country Music)
This page indexes the individual year in music pages.
Each year is annotated with a significant event as a reference point.
www.secaucus.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/List_of_years_in_Country_Music   (133 words)

 Sarah Morthland Gallery Current Exhibition Page / Index Page
Honky Tonk, Portraits of Country Music 1972 - 1981
Horenstein taken around the Nashville music scene in the 1970s.
Honky Tonk, Portraits of Country Music 1972 - 1981, is published by
www.sarahmorthlandgallery.com   (367 words)

 Browsing for CDs: Music & Art Department: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
For more in depth instructions on finding music in the Library Catalog, use the online guide, How to Find Music in the Library Catalog.
About 6,000 CDs (out of our collection of over 16,000) are out for browsing in our Audiovisual Room, where they are categorized and in alphabetical order by composer, performer or title.
Vocal music (Please note that there are separate subject headings for the many different kinds of vocal music in our collection.
www.clpgh.org /locations/musicart/tips/browsing.html   (186 words)

 Country Music Hall Of Fame 1978 by Grandpa Jones CD
Country Music Hall Of Fame 1978 by Grandpa Jones CD Artist
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cduniverse.com /search/xx/music/pid/1047147/a/Country+...+Fame+1978.htm   (186 words)

 1981 in music -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
April 25 - (English rock star and bass guitarist and songwriter who with John Lennon wrote most of the music for the Beatles (born in 1942)) Paul McCartney's backing band, (A means of flight or ascent) Wings, breaks up
August 1 - (Click link for more info and facts about MTV) MTV debuts on (Television that is transmitted over cable directly to the receiver) cable television, playing (Click link for more info and facts about music video) music videos 24 hours a day.
(A drama set to music; consists of singing with orchestral accompaniment and an orchestral overture and interludes) Opera
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1981_in_music.htm   (6204 words)

 Vernon Dalhart
After starting out his career as an operatic singer in 1910, he switched over to Country music in 1924.
His recording of "Wreck Of The Old 97" was the first Country record to sell over a million copies and his recording of "The Prisoner’s Song" would eventually sell over 25 million copies.
His fortune and career collapsed after the stock market crash of 1929 and he never regained the success of his earlier years.
www.eharmonica.net /vernon_dalhart.htm   (159 words)

In the South [of India], in eastern Mysore and the Tamil country, the Ajivikas remained active for another millennium...
History: Music Square Church (also known as the Holy Alamo Christian Church Consecrated) began in 1969 as a street ministry in Hollywood, California, by Susan Alamo...
The church was originally known as the Tony and Susan Alamo Christian Foundation, but in 1981 Music Square Church was incorporated and in 1982 superceded the foundation.
www.adherents.com /Na/Na_17.html   (3787 words)

 Today in Music History & Trivia
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 Amazon.com: Strait Country: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
I first heard this album in 1981 and still listen to it all the time.
Most of the songs on the album can even be appreciated by folks who generally don't care for country.
The storied career of country music's Frank Sinatra: A list by 25-year old wallflower, Recent George Strait fan
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000002PBU?v=glance   (798 words)

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From Every Stage: Images of America’s Roots Music, photo exhibition features images culled from photographer Stephanie P. Ledgin’s same-titled new book (University Press of Mississippi).
An exhibit of 20 fl and white photographs by noted country music photographer Henry Horenstein.
The exhibit features selections from Horenstein’s new book, Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music 1972-1981, and includes photographs of Country Music Hall of Fame
www.countrymusichalloffame.com /exhibits/special/finearts.html   (193 words)

 Find in a Library: Honky tonk : portraits of country music, 1972-1981
Honky tonk : portraits of country music, 1972-1981
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WorldCat is provided by OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. on behalf of its member libraries.
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 FolkLib Index - Folk Music Bibliography
1979, Bierhorst, "A Cry From the Earth: Music of the North American Indians" #dv.
1, 1952-1955" #fl.s1994, Country Music Magazine, "The Comprehensive Country Music Encyclopedia" #fg 1981, Davis, "Index to the New World Recorded Anthology of American Music, A User's Guide to the Initial One Hundred Records" #dg.
Two, L-Z" #hg 1998, Kingsbury, "The Encyclopedia of Country Music: The Ultimate Guide to the Music" #at 1974, Kinkle, "The Complete Encyclopedia of Popular Music and Jazz 1900-1950" #ci 1984, Kochman, "The Big Book of Bluegrass" #kj 2000, Koster, "Texas Music" #ki.
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