Giants of country music: classic sounds and stars, from the heart of Nashville to the top of the charts
With blockbuster hits by Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Clint Black and other young performers, country music is more popular than ever. This uniquely American form of entertainment has a long history, and this new volume in the Billboard Hitmakers series introduces readers to long-time favorites as well as recent superstars--200 profiles in all. Illustrations.
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