Country music is a mixture of several elements of American music that originated in the United States and the Southern Appalachians. This music is rooted in North American folk songs, Celtic music, gospel music, and developed since the 1920s. The term and history country music began to be used around the 1940's to replace the term hillbilly music is memorable understatement. In the 1970s, the term country music has become a popular term. Another term for this music genre is country and western, but is increasingly rarely used except in the United Kingdom and Ireland. 

Elvis Presley's career begins with rhythmic music country before becoming king of rock and roll. One of her nicknames is The Hillbilly Cat. Elvis was also a regular guest star on the Louisiana Hayride radio show's One country singer, Garth Brooks terlaku recorded as a solo artist in the history of the U.S. recording industry. She has sold more than 200 million records. Taylor Swift is country's most recognized musicians in the world today, and her best country songs is Romeo and Juliet, My december, Belong to me and other people.

Immigrants who arrived in North America and settled in the southern Appalachians as well as musical instruments brought from Europe following the rhythm of the music that has known them for 300 years. The Irish brought fiddle (violin), the Germans brought a stringed musical instrument dulcimer, the Italian took mandolin, the Spanish brought the guitar, banjo and bring Africans of various nationalities Interaction antarmusisi produce distinctive music of North America. At the beginning of the 20th century, Appalachia music group uses instruments such as fiddle, guitar, and banjo. This early form of country music and recorded music of this type is often called the North American folk music (old-time music) 

Throughout the 19th century, several immigrant groups in the United States from Europe, especially Ireland, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, and Italy moved to Texas.Groups of various nationalities are interacting with the Spaniards, the Mexican-American, Native American States, the United States and the settlers who had already been settled in Texas. As a result, in Texas growing cultures with distinctive characteristics that stem from the country of origin settler culture. Settlers of the area now called Germany and the Czech Republic established large dance halls in Texas.Farmers and city people use it as a gathering place, dancing, and spending time relaxing together. Among the rhythm of the music being played is the waltz and polka music. Musical instruments are played to enliven the dance hall is the accordion.

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