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TIL: Country music became popular in America partially through a pirate radio station of a quack doctor based out Kansas who built a fortune on a procedure to implant goat testicles into men's scrotums. muddyrootsrecords.com/mr_…
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What are "embarrassing" guilty pleasure music recommendations from your country?

Don't care about the genre, everything's good from Caramelldansen / Sweden, Bruttosozialprodukt / Germany or the Czech version of John Browns Body

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If I were to ask Brits to name an American country music song what would be the most common answer I would receive?
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My son fell asleep in my arms while I was two stepping with him to country music πŸ₯Ί

Edit x2: thank you so much for the silver award!! Omg AND the wholesome awardsπŸ₯Ίβ€οΈ

My son is a year old now and has slept in his crib since day one of his life. He only ever slept on me as a newborn for naps so we don’t get baby cuddles anymore. He’s just now starting to want to lay on us again but mostly it’s dad, not me.

But last night he was so cranky that he was stuck on the other side of the baby gate so I picked him up and just two stepped around the kitchen with him while my hubs cooked dinner and he fell asleep. That feeling and that moment is something I’ll never forget. It was like having a newborn all over again.

Had to share 🀍

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The dude who 'loves' country music hates on Johnny Cash... Wowzer. v.redd.it/xnszeadgkq261
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TIL Billboard removed Old Town Road from their country charts because it did not β€œembrace enough elements of today’s country music.” Lil Nas X reached out to Billy Ray Cyrus who later said β€œit’s honest, humble, and has an infectious hook and a banjo. What the hell more do ya need?” people.com/country/billy-…
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Here's a new artwork made for my music & design project (a curated music channel). This is the animated cover for CROSSING GRASSLANDS, a folk & country-themed playlist, which you can check here! –––– https://www.instagram.com/bashbash.waves v.redd.it/j42x7j2ae8y51
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I've just published a MIDI files library website with β‰ˆ3K tracks (tagged with bpm, instruments, country, genre, etc.), collected by a music teacher at the end of the 20th century, mostly folk music. MIDI files can be imported in FL Studio midikaos.mnstrl.org/
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Apple Music allows you to tune in to radio stations, even if you are not subscribed to Apple Music. [You can use VPN to listen to radio stations from other countries.] I don’t know if this is a common knowledge. Just thought I wanna share it with y’all.
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what is the most famous music from your country that is not the national anthem?
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54th Annual Country Music Association Awards Live Discussion

Come one, come all!!! Welcome everyone to the first CountryMusicStuff live discussion chat of the Country Music Association Awards! Show starts at 8/7c on ABC. Hopefully this will create a place for people to discuss the show in real time and maybe reduce the number of posts that would fill up the subreddit. Feel free to drop in and comment your thoughts!

Tonight's hosts will be Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker and you can see some of the awards already announced below:

  • Music Video of the Year: "Bluebird" - Miranda Lambert
  • Musical Event of the Year: "I Hope You're Happy Now" - Carly Pearce and Lee Brice
  • Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award: Charley Pride

Some pre-show polls before the festivities start brought to you by u/CyrusWaugh! Go vote if you haven't!

Enjoy the show everyone!

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How popular is country music in your region?

I found out Amazon Music has Garth Brooks. I’ve been listening to the same songs for like 2 days now. Country here in southern Alberta is pretty big. It made me wonder how popular it is elsewhere. Is it more of a rural - urban dynamic of who listens to country or not in the rest of the country?

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Does your country have a music genre that unique to itself if so can you share an example ?

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What Are Your Random Pet Peeves about Country Music Industry?

On the drive home from Thanksgiving, I was thinking about irrational things that annoy me about the country music industry. I thought of a couple things --

  1. I feel like 90% of country music videos have a country star singing on some random stage or warehouse, while two younger actors act out the storyline of the video. I don't know why that is so prevalent, but it makes so many videos seem so boring.
  2. Any variation of the line "doin' what we do" or "doin' that thing she does" or the like. One of the laziest lyrics ever, and it drives me CRAZZZZY.
  3. When artists that are signed to major labels but have no real followings yet, but they have these ridiculous social media countdowns with fancy graphics for days like, "3 days until the world premiere of the video for my debut single, only on People Magazine!" and then finally the day arrives, and you see it on People, and it's just an unlisted YouTube video and you click through to the YouTube page and after all that promo it has like 863 views.
  4. The general obsession with radio and the 60+ week "promotion" periods of singles. It sucks b/c a lot of times, that means album eras really only get two singles and then artists have to move on.

Anyway -- I'd love to know some other stuff that falls into this category for you. (And for the record, I'm not talking about "important" big issues hereβ€”those are perfectly good discussionsβ€”but I'm thinking more of the funny, petty kind.)

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For people who like country music, do you think it’s gotten worse or better compared to older songs?
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Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires exit Country Music Association after 2020 CMAs didn’t honor John Prine pitchfork.com/news/jason-…
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Do you think the music genres from your country would find success in other languages?

I am genuinely curious. I’m from the US, but live in Colombia. To contextualize it lets use the music from the US (i.e. Rock, Rock & Roll, Jazz, Blues, Hip Hop, Pop, House, etc..). These genres of music have all had strong effects on the region over the years. This music all started out in English, but now you can find genres of this music in all the sorts of languages throughout region, even indigenous ones. There’s Argentine rock, Colombian rock, Mexican rock, etc, etc… From my gringo perspective, I find it interesting both culturally and especially linguistically.

Do you think it would be possible go the other direction? Could Mariachi from Mexico, Bachata/Merengue from the DR, Cumbia/Ranchera/Vallenato from Colombia, Brazilian Samba, Tango be sung in English, or even another language?

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MRW I pull up to the voting center at 8:00am, and there are a bunch of Trump flags, a few confederate ones, lifted trucks taking up multiple parking spots, and country music blaring.
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Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires Exit Country Music Association After 2020 CMAs Didn’t Honor John Prine pitchfork.com/news/jason-…
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Just a casual Zhuang (Guangxi ethnic minority) music festival in traditional ethnic minority dress using mostly ethnic minority musical instruments - so much for minority erasure. Not all countries have knobs that chant "English only, USA" at a kindergarten concert. v.qq.com/x/page/c0391lzk3…
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Modern country music is a shell of what it's supposed to be and I understand why so many people hate it.

I know a lot of people hate the country music genre in general, but modern country is an absolute shell of what country music started as and is supposed to be. You used to be able to have a country song without it including mud, a truck, beer, the mention of cowboy boots or a cornfield. It's supposed to be much more than that and I think if we still had country from the good 'ol days, a lot less people would hate it. Country music is supposed to draw from down to earth living, love of the simple things, living a rural or blue collar life, overcoming struggle, working hard, love, etc just like a lot of other genres. Nowadays you're hard pressed to find a country song that's not part an extremely specific stereotype that's been pumped out for the past decade.

I understand some people are just never going to enjoy or relate to country music and that's fine but Jesus Christ let's stop acting like 85% of these modern artists are country. "Hick" would be a more appropriate name for this genre. It's the Party Down South types who think wearing a camouflage tank top and enjoying fishing is an identity. Singing about drinking, driving a truck in the mud, having a dog and a pretty blonde girlfriend to the twang of an acoustic guitar don't equate to a country lifestyle or music. These people took the soul out of country and killed the genre.

Loretta Lynn. Dolly Parton. Johnny Cash. The Carter Family. Hank Williams. Merle Haggard. George Jones. Glen Campbell. Waylon Jennings. Patsy Cline. THEY are country, when it was still a respectable and relatable genre. The majority of what's released today under the 'country' label is a slap in the face to all of them. Modern "country singers" turned the genre into a joke.

Now, I'm not saying there are zero good country artists today. I have a few faves. But most of them just have seemed to complete miss the point of country music.

Edit: OK not trying to get myself to the victory speeches sub but goodness gracious was I not expecting this kind of response...I'm in a tizzy now cuz there's no way I can read all the comments

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YouTube has removed an entire country's music

t1l;dr check out this press release from the Danish agency Koda who manages royalties for musicians.

Check out this excerpt from the press release:

> The agreement will replace the local agreements of the Norwegian, Finnish and Danish composers and songwriters’ societies, combining them in a single, joint agreement with Google. In the case of Koda, the national agreement for Denmark expired in April, after which it was temporarily extended – as is standard practice in the industry while negotiating a new agreement.

> Now, however, Google have issued a new demand: if the agreement is to be temporarily extended, Koda must agree to reduce the payment provided to composers and songwriters for YouTube’s use of music by almost 70% – despite the fact that YouTube’s use of music has increased significantly since Koda entered into its last agreement with Google.

> Of course, Koda cannot accept these terms, and Google have now unilaterally decided that Koda’s members cannot have their content shown on YouTube and that their fans and users on YouTube will be unable to listen to Koda members’ music until a new agreement is in place.

I am completely awestruck as to how Google leverages their monopoly in this situation and is affecting an entire country.
It is affecting artists directly and depriving listeners the possibility to listen to, and watch their favourite artists on YouTube.

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A guy from my high school made a country music video celebrating essential workers... youtu.be/g13CgjsNTSY
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What’s the most beautiful piece of music to ever come out of your country ?

For me it has to be Nexhmije Pagarusha - Baresha. What about you ? Drop a link or two in the comments so i can hear them.

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[Round 86857][All Countries Music Video Geo #92: Kiribari] What is the name of the grassy area this red arrow points to, according to OpenStreetMap?
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I like both kinds of music, country and western 🀟🀠 v.redd.it/k5upwqqkzuw51
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Taylor Swift - betty (Live from the 2020 Academy of Country Music Awards) youtu.be/orXAg5dIMa8
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Country music is his style v.redd.it/cbgf5ctg0o361
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[WEWIL] Country Music

I’m trying to listen to country music. I started off with Willie Nelson’s Shotgun Willie and Johnny Cash’s At Folsom Prison. What else should I explore?

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News in country music moves faster now
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What is your favourite music genre and what is most popular in your country recently ?

Me: Rock in general.

Turkey: Trap.

song sharing is always welcomed.

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If you had to completely eliminate one genre of music and all songs under it from existence, what would you choose and why would it be country?
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Why do people seem to have a hatred of country music more then other genres.

I find that usually when someone doesn't like a certain type of music it's just not for them but people seem to hate country with a passion like can't stand it playing in the same room as them. I don't like hip hop but I don't bitch and moan everytime someone plays it. I work with a guy that brings up an article he read about the correlation between suicides and country music listening. Like chill people You don't like it we get it.

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UNPOPULAR OPINION: not all old white men are toxic. I lost my uncle Steve today and he was the most transpositive, intersectionally warm feminist I have ever known. Ally, country music lover, bi-icon. I could go on. He's "gone", but the hope and love he gave me will live forever. Rest In Power.
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I love country music
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in 1978, a former country music band called "U2 Malahide" wins a sweet trophy and Β£500 to "solve their money problems". Adam Clayton is the group leader. (transcript in comments)
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Fans of country music: Which artists or albums would you recommend for someone who wants to get into the genre?

Feel free to suggest "obvious" ones - I'm a complete noob.

Thank you!

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People of Europe: do you listen to a wider variety of music because the countries are closer together?

This got removed from the Europe sub but now I know there’s an ask Europe!

This might not make as much sense as I want.

I live in the US and realized that I am so unfamiliar with music in places such as, let's say, France or Germany or even Turkey or Greece.

I am familiar with the artists from other countries who are extremely popular, and Latin music which I believe is because Mexico and Central and South America are closer to me than Europe. (I have no idea what people listen to in Canada btw. Help me out.)

So I'm wondering if places like Europe, where countries are much closer together and the variety of cultures are so abundant, is your music extremely varied? Are there top songs alone in your country that we don't hear in the US? I'd imagine so, right? (Sorry, I am realizing how uneducated I am in this).

Like is Egyptian music on the radio right after playing something from Italy?

Edit: you guys! Thank you! This has been so interesting to read and I’m working my way through. The consensus is: it depends! I’m taking a Music of the World class and this has helped me imagine the differences world wide. Now I’m going to spend the day looking up all the artists you have mentioned.

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Am I the only one who thinks that "boyfriend country" music is a lot less misogynistic then what country music was before 2017?

I'm honestly surprised that country fans aren't complaining about, "the SJW's ruining country music!"

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Mexican cowboys in Chihuahua Mexico line dancing to country music youtube.com/watch?v=ejHkE…
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Country music is good.

It’s either a heart wrenching ballad/story or about having a good time on a budget.

If you hate country music you hate fun and emotion.

I often see people that love top 40, which can be just as simple as most modern country delivered in a slightly different way; but rag on country even though a lot of topics in these songs are inherently the same.

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What Country Music Artists Have No Die Hard Fans?

I’m a die hard fan of certain artists/bands. For me it’s Eric Church, Chris Stapleton, Brothers Osborne, Sturgill Simpson, and a few others. I love country music, and I’m interested if there are any artists that make you wonder who their fans are. For me, I’ve never met aN Old Dominion, Thomas Rhett, Jason Aldean, or Blake Shelton fans. They’re obviously winning awards and popular...but I personally don’t know anyone who loves them.

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Who is your favorite music group/ person from your country?
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Country Music Politician?

Last Year Canadian Country singer George Canyon ran for Canadian Parliament in Nova Scotia. That got me thinking, What Country singer would you like to see run for public office? And who do you think is most likely to do it?

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Raccoons must love country music

Because its trash...im just kidding, I personally don't like it but if some asshole randomly just starts ripping on something you like tell them to get fucked by a polar bear...in the ass...without lube, then play your music over their cries of terror and pain!

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People who hate Country Music, Why? And also, is there any Country Singer that you'd say is an exception from your hate of the Genre?
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