#1
So apparently I'm not the only one here with a taste for country. The good stuff, mind you!

I guess discuss good ol' country like Johnny Cash, n' stuff.
I'm gonna suffer for the rest of my life

But I will always find a way to survive
#2
The Statler Brothers - New York City. Fantastic
Quote by Rick540
I play in drop F. When I chug on the 6th string the floor splits open and satan crawls out.
#6
my gf's a big country fan,

i'm not...

i just don't get it...

/contribution
Belief is a beautiful armour but makes for the heaviest sword.
#11
This came out in 2011 on my favorite record label (which is primarly rap and punk), I know its the exact opposite of classic country, but I enjoy them and felt this would go good here if anyplace . Suburban Noize records is good at bringing all sorts of music genres together

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=am9AmG5aQMM
#15
Keith Urban. Yeah, you could call his music pop country or soft rock, but go see the man live. He can definitely play.
#22
Merle haggard, johnny cash, and especially hank III, I have seven of his albums and looking for more.
#23
Keith Urban and Brad Paisley are the best guitarists ever in country music...agree or disagree?
#24
Quote by stryker11
Keith Urban and Brad Paisley are the best guitarists ever in country music...agree or disagree?




What a great joke.
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#27
Ah, I loves me some country music. I grew up on this stuff. Love the old school country artists like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings etc.

My all-time county fav is Garth Brooks, the guy never had a song I didn't like.
Play Loud! Play Fast! Play Raw!
#28
I don't know how you can group Garth in with the likes of Waylon,Hank and Johnny. Hes not even a peanut in one of their shits!