Country music is country music, and the best definition of what country music is, is that you know it when you hear it. It’s self-evident. But the genre has birthed many subgenres, many stylistic movements over the years, and at times has seen a splintering and Balkanization.
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The next major exhibit will also delve into the California influence in country, just later in the timeline. Called ‘Western Edge: The Roots and Reverberations of Los Angeles Country Rock,’ it will span from the 1960s to the 1980s, and will start with the original pioneers .
Alison Brown, Bernie Leadon, Buffalo Springfield, Chirs Hillman, Country Music Hall of Fame, Dave Alvin, Dwight Yoakam, Emmylou Harris, Gram Parsons, Herb Pederson, Jeff Hanna Desert Rose Band, John McEuen, Kentucky Colonels, Linda Ronstadt, Lone Justice, Los Lobos, Poco, Richey Furay, Rodney Dillard, Rosie Flores, The Blasters, The Byrds, The Eagles, The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Grateful Dead, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Palomino Club, The Troubadour, Wendy Moten, Western Edge The Roots and Reverberations of Los Angeles Country Rock
There are not many sectors of bluegrass music that weren’t at one point or another touched by the work of mandolin player Roland White. The brother of fellow bluegrass legend and later country rocker Clarence White, an original member of The Kentucky Colonels…
Bill Monroe, Byron Berline, Clarence White, Earl Scruggs, Gram Parsons, Lester Flatt, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Roger Bush, Roland White, Stuart Duncan, The Byrds, The Country Boys, The Country Gazette, The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Kentucky Colonels, The White Brothers
It was 1913, and ethnic Jews living in the Ukraine region of the Russian Empire were regularly subjected to brutal, mob-like massacres, known as pogroms. Just two years after a young boy named Nuta Kotlyarenko (Нута Котляренко) was born in Kiev on December 15th, 1902.
Buck Owens, Country Music Hall of Fame, David Allan Coe, Dwight Yoakam, Elton John, Elvis Presley, Gram Parsons, Hank Williams, Kesha, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Mel Tillis, Nathan Turk, Nudie Cohn, Porter Wagoner, Post Malone, Tex Williams, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Webb Pierce, ZZ Top
Though maybe not as recognizable of a name as many of the artists Gib shared lineups with, including Gene Parsons and Clarence White, his unique approach to music, influenced by his distinctly Cajun flavor and upbringing, made Guibeau seminal to the sound that would become West Coast country rock.
This is a dude I probably would not write about under normal circumstances. I think he did have a huge influence on the Outlaw Country movement, but it would be a stretch to call him an Outlaw. But I’ve had numerous requests for a Gram Parsons blog, so here we go. This isn’t gonna be […]
Buck Owens, Chris Hillman, David Allan Coe, Dwight Yoakum, Emmylou Harris, Exile on Main Street, Gram Parsons, Keith Richards, Let It Bleed, Merle Haggard, Mick Jagger, Sticky Fingers, The Byrds, The Eagles, The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Rolling Stones, Tompall Glaser