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What is country music?

With its origins firmly in the rural areas of the southern United States, country music came about through the fusing of the western style cowboy music and folk music.

Country music was generally ballad songs and dance tunes.

The instrumentation for this style of music was usually stringed instruments’ Guitars, banjo, violin, peddle steel guitar and fiddle. As with most forms of music the modern day version of Country music includes the full electric band with drums. 

This form of music is still as popular today as it was in the 40’s with a very high fan base in the US, UK, Ireland and Australia.

The popularity of country music today is due much to the crossover with the pop music genre which has resulted in many hit records and this has helped bring country music to a wider audience.

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