Country Radio Stations

Musical style that originated among whites in rural areas of the southern and western U.S. The term country and western music was adopted by the music industry in 1949 to replace the derogatory hillbilly music. Its roots lie in the music of the European settlers of the Appalachians and other areas. In the early 1920s the genre began to be commercially recorded; Fiddlin' John Carson recorded its first hit.

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radio-powersound radio-powersound
megahiton megahiton
Life and Entertainment Life and Entertainment
PME Radio3 PME Radio3
Let,s Buddy Let,s Buddy
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MELODY ZONE MELODY ZONE
POLI DEAD (80'its) POLI DEAD (80'its)
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Family Records Radio Family Records Radio
U & I with Music U & I with Music
Radio Premier 100.5 FM Radio Premier 100.5 FM
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