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Country-Western Fans Will Love Ivoryton's 'Stand By Your Man'

By Karen Isaacs

Jukebox musicals are popular because they give audiences a wide range of songs associated with a particular composer or performer.  They are divided into three categories:  those that use the songs to advance a story ( 820 more words


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

Love and Bullets (1979)

Throughout the seventies Charles Bronson had been a busy action star appearing in an average of two to three films per year. After Telefon, The White Buffalo and Raid on Entebbe in ’77 he took a break with no releases in 1978 and only this film from director Stuart Rosenberg in ’79. 699 more words

Daily Take

Celebrating World Book Day... with Tammy Wynette: Tragic Country Queen

I can’t remember how I discovered Tammy Wynette but I imagine it was something that Dolly Parton said about her that alerted me to the D-I-V-O-R-C-E torchsinger. 589 more words

Lifestyle Stories.

Songs Of Inspiration (CD) By George Jones & Tammy Wynette

Songs Of Inspiration

Tammy Wynette & George Jones

Real Gone Music 2015

Review by David Bowling

There has always been a close connection between gospel and country music. 447 more words

Cashbox Music Reviews

Boston Herald's Clinton Obsession Is Hill-arious

The feisty local tabloid has a hill-acious dislike of Hillary Rodham Clinton, with today’s edition serving as Exhibit Umpteen.

Start with the page 2 column… 455 more words

Blarney Bill O'Reilly

Bill O’Reilly lies about his war stories, just like Brian Williams. Actually, he’s worse than Williams because CBS has footage of what happened and who was there and Bill O’Reilly was no hero. 149 more words