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Old school country music is a genre that emerged in the early 1920s in the southern United States, characterized by its roots in folk music, blues, and gospel. The music typically features simple, heartfelt lyrics about love, heartbreak, and rural life, accompanied by acoustic instruments such as guitar, fiddle, banjo, and mandolin. The singing style is often characterized by a distinct twang or drawl, and vocal harmonies are a common feature of the genre.
Some of the most famous old school country artists include Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Jimmie Rodgers, and Roy Acuff. These artists helped define the genre and their influence can still be felt in country music today. Old school country has a rich history and is often associated with traditional American values and the rural way of life.