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    ^ You're supposed to take out the 's' from the 'https' so that you don't fuck up the page.
    "The problem with quotes on the Internet is that it is hard to verify their authenticity." - Abe Lincoln.

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    And her mate


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    So much for Modern Country lol... aahhhhhhh!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    So much for Modern Country lol... aahhhhhhh!!!
    Yeah - but must remember where modernism has it's roots......from peasantry.

    Nothing wrong with old-school cuntry forms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    And her mate

    Wife loves Patsy Cline. Knows all her songs. Always gets requests for I Fall To Pieces and Crazy when she's singing at a party. Learned all the old songs from her Dad, and she can wail them....

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    Old country is great. The new stuff is shit unless you are talking about Hank Williams III. He is incredible.

    Some old greats;

    Hank Williams SR.
    Merle Haggard
    Willie Nelson
    George Jones
    Waylon Jennings
    Charlie Daniels
    David Alan Coe

    There is more but everyone should have these essentials.


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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post


    The bright guitar was typical of Cale, less heavy than his great admirer Clapton
    If that's cuntry music, i'll eat my own underpants!

    Great song .

    Withnall is correct.

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    Bluegrass has always been popular in Thailand and the best of them all was Bill Monroe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok
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    I agree.

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    OK... But moving into the 21st Century


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    Bluegrass has always been popular in Thailand and the best of them all was Bill Monroe.

    Seriously? Bluegrass is popular in Thailand? My Dad used to attend the Bill Monroe Bluegrass festival in Beanblossom, Indiana every summer.

    2015 was the 50th anniversary festival.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storekeeper View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    Bluegrass has always been popular in Thailand and the best of them all was Bill Monroe.

    Seriously? Bluegrass is popular in Thailand? My Dad used to attend the Bill Monroe Bluegrass festival in Beanblossom, Indiana every summer.

    2015 was the 50th anniversary festival.

    yee ha


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    Tonight was wonderful. My lady left me again and I just want to be with me brothers. Hank will take me home.

    I crapped my pants on the way home. Fuck it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    OK... But moving into the 21st Century
    For most TD members anything after 1940 is "modern".

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    ^ Geriatric bunch. You are one yes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    ^ Geriatric bunch. You are one yes?
    Not quite yet. Hopefully one day.

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    Jamboree In The Hills | Official Website

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamboree_in_the_Hills

    "Jamboree in the Hills, also known as the "Super Bowl of Country Music," is an annual four-day-festival of country music in the rolling hills of Morristown,{Belmont County} Ohio (about 1 hours west of Pittsburgh, and 20 minutes west of Wheeling, West Virginia) in Belmont County. The concert, owned by parent company Live Nation, showcases a wide variety of new, veteran, and legendary musicians, and runs Thursday through Sunday every summer during the third week of July".

    History and Tradition

    Jamboree in the Hills (often abbreviated as JITH or "Jambo") began as a two-day outdoor music festival in July 1977 and was held at Brush Run Park, St. Clairsville,Ohio. It was the concept of Glenn Reeves along with Jerry Brightman that brought it to fruition. It has since grown to a four-day, annual festival, bringing in more than 100,000 country music fans each year. Fans from all over the United States, and from many areas of the world, pitch tents and park campers on the hill above the amphitheater and all through the immediate region, filling camp grounds, front yards, and backyards alike, dragging wagons loaded with lawn chairs, beer, and plenty of ice.

    The current outdoor amphitheater (the second site for the concert since 1977) is currently enhanced by several speaker towers and Jumbotron TV screens, so even the fans at the top of the rolling hill can easily enjoy the show. Jamboree in the Hills is one of the largest and most celebrated annual country music events. The concert range is so large that it is home to its very own post office and on-site emergency ward staffed by East Ohio Regional Hospital that has, in the past, even delivered babies on the grounds.

    The site is even host to a number of weddings each year. There is a photo aisle in front of the stage where fans can walk through and take snapshots of their favorite country music artists. In 2006, the barn-like stage used to showcase performers underwent a massive face lift. It was completely torn down and replaced with a bigger stage to better suit the hillside amphitheater. There is also an area on site where fireworks are shot off on a given night during the concert (traditionally, Saturday).

    Usually country music stars are the main focus of the concert, but entertainers from other genres have also shared the stage over the years, including "Weird Al" Yankovic, The Beach Boys and the Steve Miller Band. The entire event has been carried on Wheeling radio stations 1170 WWVA and/or 98.7 WOVK, every year since its inception, having originally grown out of WWVA's live Jamboree radio show. The show was simulcast on both stations for many years, but WOVK is now the sole radio home for the JITH broadcast. Portions of the show are also covered live on local TV station WTOV, aside from a few performers who decline to go on air (usually only one or two each year). Recent examples include Carrie Underwood (due to American Idol contracts) and Keith Urban. For the 2009 festival, only two days were broadcast locally.

    Past performers include Alan Jackson,Barbara Mandrell, Brad Paisley, Garth Brooks, Sammy Kershaw, Travis Tritt, Alabama, Kenny Chesney, The Charlie Daniels Band, Martina McBride, Toby Keith, Keith Urban, Hank Williams, Jr., Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Brooks & Dunn and Merle Haggard. For the past 19 years in a row Neal McCoy has become a fan favorite and has even been dubbed as Jamboree's favorite".

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    Always liked country..also think the Louisiana Cajun music is excellent ....fiddles..love 'em.


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    Not exactly modern but good stuff.

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    Hmmm not saying the older stuff is crap (it's good too).. good songs are good songs innit.. regardless of age or genre IMHO. But try some of the "modern" country guys before you discount them, promise you might be impressed.

    Shit, if it can win me over (and I was anti-country) having to listen to really old country songs living with my Nana, it can win you guys over too.


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    Try this one guys...


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