Do You Know Country Music?: 100 Questions about the Idols and Legends, Outlaws and Inlaws, Words and Songs That Will Live Forever
How much do you really know about everybody's favorite music?
Test your knowledge about the down-home, good time, uniquely American music:
--From early bluegrass to the newest country-fusion videos
--Favorite crooners and pickers, from deepest love to pure honky-tonk fun
--The greatest moments, biggest surprises and dreams come true
...and much, much more!
100 questions about the idols and legends, outlaws and inlaws, words and songs that will live forever
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