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Old 01-09-2016, 11:25 PM   #521 (permalink)
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As a purveyor of this sub genre in my daily programming, I would offer my advice for you to check out Chris Stapleton. He pulls from his early influences of the greats and has been able to avoid the pitfalls of Nashville and the "Bro" country sound. His remake and intrepretation of "Tennessee Whiskey" is all you need to hear to become an instant fan.
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Old 01-09-2016, 11:54 PM   #522 (permalink)
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As a purveyor of this sub genre in my daily programming, I would offer my advice for you to check out Chris Stapleton. He pulls from his early influences of the greats and has been able to avoid the pitfalls of Nashville and the "Bro" country sound. His remake and intrepretation of "Tennessee Whiskey" is all you need to hear to become an instant fan.
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Eastern european folk + Bach's "toccata and fugue in D minor" + throat-singing in russian + some beatbox = fun

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^ Nice!

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Obscure Americana, please.
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Oh, yes. And can someone explain to me the difference between regular country and bluegrass, please?
^ My rule of thumb is: pedal steel guitar means it's country; banjo means it's bluegrass.
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Yes Towne Van Zandt for sure!
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Old 01-11-2016, 12:30 AM   #526 (permalink)
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^ My rule of thumb is: pedal steel guitar means it's country; banjo means it's bluegrass.
A Blue Grass band more or less will be set up like Bill Monroe and Blue Grass Boys with these five instruments:
  1. Acoustic guitar
  2. Banjo
  3. Fiddle
  4. Mandolin
  5. Stand up bass
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Kris Kristofferson
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Steve Goodman
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Bob Dylan
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Agreed, this is a good list to follow for the most well known singers...
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What's that? You wanna know why Van the Man is the greatest artist of all time? Oh. Because of tracks like this:

Van Morrison - Domino








And this:

Van Morrison - Listen to the Lion



Meow.

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Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts - Exile (live)

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