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POPULAR MUSIC

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Naomi Aoki

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Transcript of POPULAR MUSIC

Conclusion
Country music is one of the most popular genres of music. This genre has many different cultural influences ranging from folk music with The Pogues to modern country music with Nelly and Tim McGraw. The country music era goes back to the 18th century, the Great Depression, and World War II. The genre of country music is a direct reflection of time and location. Such venues for consumption include events like the CMAs and Thunder on the Mountain. Attractions to the venues include such factors like the love of music, food, and the social atmosphere. Trends that are emerging are such factors like concerts, Internet, and technology. References are as followed. Are there any questions?
SOC 105
September 3, 2013

By: Nestor Simon Jr.
Naomi Aoki
Chandra Galbraith
Kecia McDonald
Bonnie-Lee Rarangol

CULTURAL INFLUENCES
Rooted from Folk Music
European Influence
Modern Country Music
COUNTRY MUSIC ERA
18th. Century
World War II
Shaping the Music
The Evolution of Country
VENUES FOR CONSUMPTION
THUNDER ON
THE MOUNTAIN
COUNTRY MUSIC
SUPER FEST
OSHKOSH FESTIVAL
TEXAS COUNTRY
MUSIC HALL OF FAME
CMA FESTIVAL
ATTRACTIONS TO VENUES
ARTIST
SOCIAL ATMOSPHERE
FOOD
DANCING
LOVE OF MUSIC
COUNTRY MUSIC
NELLY & TIM MCGRAW
THE GREAT DEPRESSION
CMA
Trends
References
Radio
Internet
Clothing
Cowboy Boots
Ball Cap
Cowboy Hat
Technology
iPods
Smart Phones
Concerts and Shows
Live Concerts
T.V. Shows
Football Stadiums/Arenas/Big Cities
Festivals/Small Towns
Live Music/Music Videos
Series
http://www.cmt.com/show/cmt_crossroads/series.jhtml
http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/xbc03
http://www.cmaworld.com/cma-music-festival/2013/
http://www.acmcountry.com/
http://thunderonthemountain.com/
http://www.oshkoshmainstreetmusicfestival.com/
http://www.carthagetexas.com/halloffame/
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (n.d.). For Students [Video file]. Retrieved from Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum website: http://countrymusichalloffame.org/styles-of-country-music/
Audials Software. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://audials.com/en/genres/country_music.html
Fontenot, K. S. (n.d.). Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Retrieved from http://digital.library.okstate.edu/encyclopedia/entries/c/co072.html
The community
Fiddles from Irish and Scottish immagrants
Dulcimer from Germany
Italian Mandolin
Spanish Guitar
The Value Era
1920s - 1940s
John Carson
Cowboys
Western Swing
Blue Grass
Post WWII
Hank Williams Honky Tonk
Allan Freed
Rockabilly
Bakersfield Sound
New Country

CULTURAL INFLUENCES
COUNTRY MUSIC ERA
SHAPING THE MUSIC
THE EVOLUTION OF COUNTRY
VENUES FOR CONSUMPTION
ATTRACTIONS TO VENUES
TRENDS IN THE CONSUMPTION & PRODUCTION
and Production
CONCLUSION
REFRENCES
AGENDA
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