A new image of country music

A new image of country music - and the underprivileged....

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Mark Zellner Music 360 Due October 1 A new image of country music Audience: Current college and university students Introductory Paragraph In toadies society a college student views the image of county music diffrantly, than what was viewed ten years ago. Thesis Statement: Country music today has influences many lives; however, the image that country music generates has been an optimistic image for our culture. Students have easier access to purchase county music. o Do not know the history of County Music o Urban America Reason #4 = County Music way of expression Most artist seem to be writing there music towards college age industry. County artistes have experience in there life’s. Transition Reason #3 = Music is the universal language. Country music has been the music of the blue-collar workers
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Unformatted text preview: and the underprivileged. Country songwriters have been unwilling to talk, country fans have been more than willing to listen. Transition Reason #2 = Listening to country iTunes, iPod, county music has become easer to access, and student listen to county music more today then in the last five year. Everybody listen country music remind them of a time Transition Reason #1 = Giving comfort Many songs bring influences in its past. Several of the new R&B, rap hits is base off of old county tunes. Transition Concluding Paragraph These are some way that County Music has changed the image of the industry Overall the image of County music has a healthier representation....
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