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Aaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhaaaaaaaaa. This is the grave of Bob Wills. Born on a cotton farm outside of Kosse, Texas in 1905, Bob Wills grew up in a musical family. His father was a well-known fiddle player throughout Texas. To say the least, his son picked up the knack for it. He also picked up the mandolin as […]

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On October 23, 2021

I’ve been reading a couple of music books and since I don’t have any gigantic stories to tell today or any shows I’ve seen in the last couple of weeks, seems like a good idea to disc

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Today in Other Painless Boycotts

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On October 20, 2021
Friends, it’s going to be real hard to cut the tremendously shitty country music of Travis Tritt out of my life, let me tell you what: Travis Tritt is canceling four concerts at venues that have Covid-19 safety protocols. The country singer has announced he will not be performing at planned stops in Indiana, Mississippi, […]
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This is the grave of Roy Clark. Born in 1933 in Meherrin, Virginia, one might like to think the boy who would become one of the most legendary country guitarists of all time was a son of the South, but birthplace notwithstanding, it’s not true. He mostly grew up in New York City, where his […]

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On February 6, 2021

The big music story right now is the caught-on-tape racism of Douche Country artist Morgan Wallen. Wow, some country bro being racist, so shocking… But what actually is shocking is that the Nash

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