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July 16, 2008

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rhonda

1. Johnny Cash

2. Dwight Yoakum

3. Dierks Bentley

admirable

1. C. W. McCall, Statler Brothers, Johnny Cash
2. Chris LeDoux, Randy Travis, Martina McBride
3. Brad Paisley and Toby Keith

admirable

1. C. W. McCall, Statler Brothers, Johnny Cash
2. Chris LeDoux, Randy Travis, Martina McBride
3. Brad Paisley and Toby Keith

Tom, AKA Dadooz

1. Johnny Cash, but I don't LIKE country music.
2. Alabama, but I don't LIKE country music.
3. Carrie Underwood, but I don't LIKE country music.

The Secret Life of Kat

1. Willie Nelson - because my dad made us listen ALL the time...
2. Martina McBride, Trisha Yearwood, Garth Brooks
3. Brad Paisley, Dixie Chicks (not saying I agree or disagree with their politics. I just think they make great music.)

I do like country music, but I don't listen to it much anymore. We mostly listened to the country radio station and not much on there is little kid friendly. So, now. I mostly just listen to Barney.

Christie Tubb

1. Cash
2. Alan Jackson
3. Carrie Underwood, and Rascal Flatts

David

Cash, George Jones
Garth, Dwight Yoakam
Shooter Jennings, Dierks

Andrea

1. Hank or Waylon
2. Dwight Yoakam
3. Dwight Yoakam

I really DON'T like country, but love Dwight and old school country. This new stuff isn't "country" in my opinion...

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