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11-03-2012 09:21 PM
Originally Posted by marcdeo View Post
You want country?!?!?! I'll give you REAL country.......

is it wrong that I love this guy? lol...

ladies and gentlemen, David Allen Coe (for those that don't know, now you know)

David Allan Coe- If that ain't country - YouTube
Not as good as David Allan Coe, but they are ok...

11-03-2012 12:18 PM
marcdeo You want country?!?!?! I'll give you REAL country.......

is it wrong that I love this guy? lol...

ladies and gentlemen, David Allen Coe (for those that don't know, now you know)

David Allan Coe- If that ain't country - YouTube
10-16-2012 04:44 PM
SnowRock Can't go wrong with the outlaw guys many have mentioned.... Waylon, Willie, DAC. Willie Ray Hubbard, Robert Earl Keen also both good. Shooter Jennings

More roots, americana artists.. Old Crowe as mentioned are great, awesome live. Ryan Bingham, The Avett Brothers, Felice Brothers, Deer Tick, Justin Townes Earle (and of course his pops Steve), Slaid Cleaves, Drive By Truckers, old SteelDrivers.

Some newer more blue grassy bands.. Railroad Earth, Yonder Mountain String Band, Greensky Bluegrass, Trampled by Turtles, Devil Makes Three, .357 String Band, Chatam County Line, Grandpa's Cough Medicine

Oh and anything Keller Williams does.
08-29-2012 06:49 PM
blunted_nose Just heard this, and its awesome.
hans chew - forever again
08-29-2012 04:37 PM
Does Taylor Swift count ...?
Not unless your a teenage girl
08-29-2012 04:26 PM
StimulisRK Does Taylor Swift count ...?
07-06-2012 04:41 PM
2hipp4u Not a huge country fan but I like George Straight, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn and Brad Paisley
06-22-2012 03:11 AM
Originally Posted by snowklinger View Post
Hank Williams
Hank Jr.
Hank III
Merle Haggard
David Allen Coe
George Jones
Waylon Jennings
Willie Nelson

best to stick with old school. Hank III is a real good time, the only sorta modern one of the bunch.

If you search for more modern music, I'd try to steer toward bluegrass. "All that pop country is just a bunch of fucking bullshit" Hank 3rd.

Nice list
06-22-2012 02:13 AM
linvillegorge Here's a little bit of "country" stuff from some guys I've mentioned that I've recorded over the last couple of years that you won't hear on the radio:

ZBB with Robert Randolph and the Family Band "So Fresh, So Clean" (Outkast cover)
Zac Brown Band and Robert Randolph "So Fresh, So Clean" jam live at Red Rocks - YouTube

Jamey Johnson "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" (folk song most notably performed by Nirvana during their MTV Unplugged performance)
Jamey Johnson "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" - YouTube

Not mine, but this is my favorite Jamey Johnson cover. He played it the night I saw him, but I didn't get it.
"Long Black Veil"

It's funny to go see JJ in concert. At least half of the show will be old school covers. Half of the crowd is digging the hell out of it and the other half is looking around confused wondering when he's going to play "In Color".
04-24-2012 10:15 PM
NWBoarder I'm not a country listener, but a girl took me to a Brad Paisley concert, and it wasn't bad. I would also suggest The Band Perry. They were pretty good for a country act as well. Otherwise, I'm all about the Cash and Nelson, though I still hold firm that Johnny Cash was more rock and roll than country.
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