A boy named Sue: gender and country music

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Kristine M. McCusker, Diane Pecknold
University Press of Mississippi, 2004 - Music - 232 pages
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An anthology that questions the roles gender plays in creating and marketing a great American musical form

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Kristine M. McCusker is an associate professor of history at Middle Tennessee State University. She is coeditor of "A Boy Named Sue: Gender and Country Music,

Diane Pecknold is a Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar in the Commonwealth Center for Humanities and Society at the University of Louisville. She is a coeditor of A Boy Named Sue: Gender and Country Music.