George Jones (born 12 September 1931 in Saratoga, Texas, † April 26, 2013 in Nashville ) was an American country musician. He was considered one of the best singers that has ever spawned the genre. He died yesterday at the age of 81.
Here is his song “White lightning “
Dolly Parton, born in 1946, is an US-american singer songwriter from Sevierville. She’s a real legend in country and pop music and composed more than 3,000 songs so far. Listen to her classic “Jolene”:
Listen to the great mix from Dadoni & Gamper:
And, last but not least, a Miley Cyrus Version. Actually the best I heard from her ;)
Jonathan Wilson is an American musician and producer who was born in Forest City, North Carolina in 1974.
I already often blogged some K’naan songs. He’s a somali musician who escaped to Canada while there was a civil war in Somalia. He will release a new album called COUNTRY, GOD OR THE GIRL next Tuesday! Here’s his song “Is anybody out there”, featuring Nelly Furtado.
And a great cover by Savannah Outen, Jake Coco & Caitlin Hart:
Mumford & Sons are a British folk rock band. The band consists of Marcus Mumford (vocals, guitar, drums, mandolin), Ben Lovett (vocals, keyboards, accordion, drums), Country Winston Marshall (vocals, banjo, dobro, guitar), and Ted Dwane (vocals, string bass, drums, guitar). This is an amazing music video by Ben Magahy for their song “The Cave”.
The BossHoss is a band from Berlin, named after the song “The Real BossHoss” by The Sonics. They started covering Pop-Songs in a country music style. By now rhythm guitarist Hoss Power writes most of the songs, just like their so far most popular single “Don’t Gimme That”.
The Chase are an US-american country rock and from Clewiston. Here’s their song “You”:
“Jambo bwana” is a traditional Kenyan folk song. Enjoy it.
Doc Walker, formed in 1996, is a country rock band from Manitoba. Here’s their song “Country Girl“:
The Good Ship is an austrilian “pirate” folk, country and acoustic band. Here’s their nice song “Bury Me“:
This was a Music-Suggestion from Cap’n Crusty, thanks!