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And a library’s worth of existing Johnny Cash volumes has finally gained a bio that depicts him as a fully-rounded human being.There are books that delve further into subjects that haven’t gotten enough attention to date, like country music’s intersections with race, the history of progressive country in Texas and the evolution of popular music criticism.It’s especially timely stuff, given how radically and rapidly the journalistic landscape is changing.Because there’s only so much indie/pop/alternative music you can listen to before you need to switch the station to good old-fashioned country music.In John Hartford: Pilot of a Steam Powered Aereo-Plain, Andrew Vaughan draws on old and original interviews to explain exactly how the picker-songwriter made the “switch from clean-cut TV star to the unrecognizable longhaired and bearded maverick that showed bluegrass and old time music a new way.” If you’ve ever seen Ricky Skaggs hold court onstage, you’ll find his memoir, Kentucky Traveler: My Life in Music, has a similarly folksy feel.It’s well-stocked with stories, like the one about his first encounter with moonshine on Ralph Stanley‘s bus and that time he introduced Bill Monroe to the concept of a music video.When you date a girl who loves country music, road trips quickly turn into awesome dance parties/jam sessions.From Toby Keith’s “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue” to Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA,” country tunes are bursting with patriotism.
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Author Murphy Hicks Henry parlayed her master’s thesis into the book’s first chapter — on Sally Ann Forrester, who played accordion with Bill Monroe — and wraps up with the women of the now-defunct family group Cherryholmes.