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Through the hillbilly music of the 1920s, the honky-tonk of the Forties and Fifties, the Bakersfield movement of the Sixties, bluegrass, Western swing, outlaw and contemporary pop, country songs still continue to break our hearts.
Like no other musical genre, country stories of loss and heartbreak turn the old “tear in my beer” cliché into a sad, salty reality.
So grab a few tissues and check out our list of the 40 saddest country songs ever written.
's Greatest Country Songs of All Time) is about spousal abuse, Mc Bride's 2002 track "Concrete Angel" details the abuse of a little girl at the hands of her mother: "She hides the bruises with linen and lace." Toward the end of the song the narrator describes "somebody [crying] in the middle of the night," while the neighbors try to ignore it. Well, while the song doesn't (the "concrete angel" in question is a grave marker), but its legacy does.
Anderson East, a well-regarded east Nashville Americana artist who is signed to Dave Cobb’s record label, decided to take to Twitter late Thursday night, and spell out exactly how he felt about Garth’s attempt at musical subterfuge that he witnessed first hand from the CMA gallery.
Anderson East may be once removed from mainstream country, yet being a well-known artist and the beau of Miranda Lambert gives Anderson’s opinion quite a bit more weight than your average troll spouting off on Twitter.
The genre did not start with an one single recording, but rather evolved naturally as combination of blues, jazz, swing, gospel, and folk music.
Throughout this album, Presley gives us rock n roll versions of songs from the previous decades, further pushing that evolution.
Independent artists like Anderson East are tasked to do that many nights, and make the best of their God-given talent without leaning on technology.
"I've certainly had a lot of people tell me when I'm performing at shows what the song means to them," said co-writer Rob Crosby.
Well well, it’s starting to get a little chippy out there after reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Garth Brooks admitted mere moments after his CMA Awards performance Wednesday night (11-8) that he’d lip synced his song “Ask Me How I Know.” “” “We’re in the middle of 12 shows in 10 days. We decided to lip-sync it because my voice was just not there, and we wanted to represent country music the best we can.” Apparently that didn’t sit well with someone else who was in attendance at the CMA Awards on the arm of Miranda Lambert.
Sun released ten of these songs as singles in the mid 50s; His debut album from 1956 on RCA Victor collected some of the others.
This is a great collection, even with the less than stellar environment and recording equipment at Sun at the time.
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