What does music mean to anyone? To me music is like a life line. I listen to all kinds of music but my favorite would have to be country music. I grew up listening to people like Dolly Parton, George Strait and Garth Brooks. County music is a music that people can relate to.
Other musicians included: Jimmy Rodgers (Father of Country music), and Johnny Cash who, like Elvis Presley, recorded in Sun Studio in Memphis TN. Rockabilly was country music merged with Rhythm and Blues. It had a "hillbilly" rock sound with a fast tempo. Also known for the "twangy" sounding electric guitars, often soloing with few to no
Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean have toured the country preforming their popular country songs. These two country music singers are two different people, but have many similarities. Although Jason Aldean has more number one hits than Luke Bryan, they both sing country music, play the same instrument, and dress the same way. Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean sing country music. Luke is known for singing about small towns, love, heartbreak, and having fun in the country.
From fur trading, farming, mines, and ranch life, each of these were very important and had a major influence on our economic and political history. As for the question; “How do the experiences of specific groups of people, as reflected in the primary sources, support or modify Turner’s view of western settlement?” I believe the following three primary sources support Turner’s view of the West; Robert Baird, George Caleb Bingham, and Miriam Davis Colt. Sports Celebrity Shine Movies Music TV Health Shopping Travel Autos Homes Popular on Yahoo Yahoo Homepage My Yahoo Yahoo News Yahoo Sports Yahoo Finance OMG Shine More Yahoo Sites Yahoo Mail Yahoo Mail <style>#yucs
An even bigger factor in the development of the style was radio. According to ‘ The history of rock and roll’ In the late 1940’s, radio was broadcasting blues, rhythm & blues, and gospel music, exciting listeners across North America and inspiring young white working-class musicians- especially those in locales with African-American populations- to mix black music styles with the country music styles with which they were familiar with. Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T72irGLamq4 ‘ The history of rock and roll’ The information I got from this video was very useful as it answered the knowledge I was looking for. I checked the information I learnt from the video against another resource to make sure it was valid. Webpage: http://www.acesandeighths.com/rockabilly.html This webpage validated the information I got from the video on YouTube.
COUNTRY MUSIC, A GENERA FOR EVERYONE JENNIFER MILLS NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Nashville, Tennessee and Dallas/ Fort Worth, Texas were the birth place of country music. Country music has been around for decades, with every generation having their own version that would speak to them. When you listen to country music there is a format that you have always and will always enjoy, no matter what your age. This type music has a story that it tells and that someone can relate to. Country music has changed over the last seventy five years.
Name ___________________ Jackson’s Frontier Thesis What is the Frontier Thesis? The thesis shares his views on how the idea of the frontier shaped the American being and characteristics. He writes of how the frontier drove American history and why America is how it is today What role does Turner argue the frontier has played in American history? _Turner's contribution to American history was to argue that the frontier past best explained the distinctive history of the United States. He most cogently articulated this idea in "The Significance of the Frontier in American History," According to Turner how has American society evolved?
Jimi Hendrix’s version of the “Star Spangled Banner” became the highlight of the festival. Conclusion- Review of Main Points: Today I have talked about what made Jimi Hendrix’s music so famous, the group he formed The Jimi Hendrix Experience and the Woodstock festival that he played at that made people love his music even more. Restate Purpose: The purpose for this speech was to inform you about Jimi Hendrix and what he accomplished in his short life time. I hope you all go and listen to at least one of his songs and then you will see what a great musician, singer and song writer he really
Peer's field recording work was complemented by the rise of the radio and the hugely successful radio "barn dance" programs, of which Nashville's Grand Ole Opry is the most famous. As America pitched into the Great Depression in the early '30s, radio sustained the still-young country music industry and strengthening signals carried the barn dance programs to listeners and fans across the country. The '40s, then, proved to be a pivotal period in shaping the future of the music and the business for decades to follow. Power and profits shifted to Nashville, already home of the Opry, with the founding of country music's great publishing company, Acuff-Rose, in 1942. A country music establishment of sorts, a stable of local talent, and even a fledgling style that would become the heralded "Nashville Sound" began to coalesce in the town.
James Osborne also known as “Jimmie Osborne” was born in 1923 in Winchester, Kentucky. This famous "Kentucky Folk Singer," was a popular country singer who was readily organized for his work after war world two. Coming from a farm background, Osborne worked in defense plants, but also played music during weekends.According to Lambert (1996) , Osborne began to rise as he started to sing and play the guitar .In 1940, after graduating from school; he got married to Margaret Lacy, and shortly after worked in WLAP in Kentucky. In I946, Jimmie was known as a folk singer as he worked with the Bailes Brothers in Louisiana, and signed with King Records. He released his first hit “My Heart Echoes” with great success.