Crazy Joe Hillcrest Special 127 country music chart. Country JuX Box 321 & Crazy Joe presents 127 Special for country music radio artists. Thanks to Crazy Joe for the playlist.
01 Clelia Adams River Valley Express
02 Danny Hooper Hold On
03 Tim Buppert – The Girl’s Alright
04 Clayton Claxton – It Still Don’t Sound Like Merle
05 Belle Cannon Reel Me In
06 Arly Karlsen – The Gambler
07 Curtis Grambo – Hurt All Over
08 Evi & Jim Ed Brown – Oh How I Miss You Tonight (feat. Jim Ed Brown)
09 Andy Martin – They Call Me The Breeze
10 Mandy Strobel – Another Man In Black
10a Ross Allen – Radio Liner
Crazy Joe Hillcrest Special 127 Playlist
11 Shar Stephens – Where Does The Good Times Go
12 Eric Trent – Designated Love
13 Lonnie Bartmess Do It All Over Again
14 Diane Raeside – It’s A Miracle
15 Craig Moritz – Only When You’re Lonely
16 Earl Parker – Changes
17 Blake Emmons USA Time Out
18 Darin Warner – Believe
19 Rhonda Grant – Out On The Town
Country music has a long history in Canada. The genre evolved out of the diverse musical practices of the Appalachian region of the United States. Appalachian folk music was largely Scottish and Irish, with an important influence also being the African American country blues. Parts of Ontario, British Columbia and the Maritime provinces shared a tradition with the Appalachian region and country music became popular quite quickly in these places.
Canadian country as developed by Otto Wilke, Carter, Snow and Earl Heywood, used a less nasal and more distinctly pronounced vocal style than American music and stuck with more traditional ballads and narratives while American country began to use more songs about bars, family relationships and quarrels between lovers. This style of country music became very popular in Canada over the next couple of decades.
Later popular Canadian country stars range from Stompin’ Tom Connors and Tom Jackson to Shania Twain and Rick Tippe to Dean Brody and Brett Kissel. Wikipedia
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