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Country Music

headrush

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Do you listen to any country performers? I have a few Johnny Cash songs in my files and a couple others by Dolly Parton. I hardly ever play them, though.
 

Zack T

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No. Mostly I just don't care for country music. It's not awful in itself, but I just don't care for it (Also don't care for Reggae for example). Also most country songs these days that I do stumble on seem to be more banter to play into conservative America and that ain't my ideology.
 

DandyMandy

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Dolly Parton is super sweet in real life. I've met her twice because my grandmother was a big fan and she drug took me to two of her autograph signings at Dollywood. But no, I don't like country music. I never have.
 

Boomer

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I saw part of Dolly Parton's 2014 Glastonbury set on MTV. She's awesome at working a gigantic crowd! She wrote a song just for that show, and it was cool seeing so many singing along.
 

Rambler

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I like older country better than new, except for "Old Town Road." Cash and Parton are okay as well as Hank Williams and Willie Nelson.
 

whaleshark

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I was just listening to Parton's "Jolene" in the car. Great voice, like a bird's. Other than her I don't like the genre. To me it starts sounding repetitive fast.
 

ShadowEdge

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I'm from the South and I don't like country anything. Unfortunately, it's about the only genre that plays in public settings like stores and theaters. There's nothing like doing a little shopping while listening to a song about a dog getting shot and a wife running off.
 

Salome G

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Country music largely died around 2000; I will accept no questions.

But I do love old-time country.
 
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