An Exploration of Country Music
Country music is one of the most popular genres in the world today. It is not just wildly popular in the United States, but country artists also frequently top charts in other countries. However, country music continues to have new stars emerge with each passing year. If you want to know more about this exciting genre of music, read on to learn more about its history and some of the biggest names in country music, old and new!
The Road Back to Success of the Oak Ridge Boys
The Oak Ridge Boys are an American country and gospel, music group. They are known for their vocal harmony and have been recorded both as gospel and secular group. They are also well-known for their appearance in the 1985 film, "The Return of the…5
The Tragic Story of Patsy Cline
Backstage, 3:00 pmThe show’s emcee, Hank Cochran, brought the whole band back to the dressing room to prepare for the final part of the show. It was 3:00, and they had been on the road for a month. That’s a long time to be touring, day…4
What is Country Rock Music in America?
Country rock is a subgenre of American roots music that blends the sounds of country and rock. It's not a new hybrid genre, but rather an expansion of its own origin. The history of country rock music can be traced back to the early 1970s when bands…5
Here is what you Need to Know About Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton is a successful businesswoman and one of the richest women in the entertainment industry. She has built an empire as a singer, songwriter, producer, actress, and real estate mogul. Most people know her love for country music and her big…5
Garth Brooks is The Biggest Selling Country Star
With over 128 million albums sold worldwide and record-breaking tour dates throughout the ‘90s and 2000s, Garth Brooks is one of the most successful country singers of all time. Having sold more than 25 million albums in the U.S. alone, this…4
The Iconic Songs of Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn are the undisputed kings of the 1990s new country movement. Coming on the heels of their first album, 1991’s cowboy-themed “New Red Blood” brought them to the peak of their careers and influenced a new generation of country…33