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Pop Archaeology: "Honky Tonk" - Parts One & Two - Bill Doggett

A slightly unusual entry this week, a 1956 instrumental single that was released in two parts.  You’ve heard this tune even if you didn’t know the name as it’s been covered by a long list or artists from James Brown (with The JB’s) to Bill Haley and Buddy Holly.   133 more words

R&B Music

The Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan - Final Archive Entry (By: Megan Florer)

Wikipedia: The Nashville Sound

This article is missing several aspects having to do with the history of the Nashville sound and Countrypolitan. What is not talked about is what else was going on in the music industry in the late 1950s/early 1960s that created a shift in country music from a honky tonk sound to a more smooth style. 682 more words

Coup De Grease

Satu lagi produk lokal yang tersedia di toko kami, Coup De Grease. Pomade yang diproduksi di Tangerang ini merupakan salah satu pomade lokal terbaik yang ada di pasaran saat ini. 320 more words

Coup De Grease

Backyard Breakdown

Last night the storm passed and the garden party was underway beneath the stars. We warmed ourselves around a drum fire and shared stories with old friends and made new ones. 64 more words


Fire inside: "Fortune Brawling" (book two) by Hunter. S. Jones

Dallas knows she doesn’t drink a lot, one night to much and she knows why. The woman went and got “Married” in one night! She has herself and her best friend in a hole she needs to dig out of, luckily for her Dolly Pardon is her boss and friend. 105 more words

Book Review

March 21: Tomball Honky Tonk Music Festival

The Tomball Potpouri reports: The historic downtown Depot in Tomball, Texas will be filled with the sound of old-style country music and the metallic ping of flying washers as the City presents the annual Tomball Honky Tonk Music Festival and Two-Step Washers Tournament on Saturday, March 21. 143 more words



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