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As of 2015, one good place to find country music for free is the Last.fm website. The site offers many genres of music free of charge.


Country music is believed to have officially begun in 1927, when Victor Records signed the Carter Family and Jimmie Rogers. The genre became very popular in the 1940s and 50s, and many aspects of country music have influenced other genres, as well as American culture.


Country music is available for online streaming through Pandora, iHeartRadio and Spotify. All have free options that let users stream music through browsers, mobile apps and apps on gaming consoles. The sites are supported by ads and subscribers.


Billboard.com provides a list of the most popular country songs every week. In addition, Billboard's top country music chart provides information about each song on the list, such as peak position on the chart, number of weeks on the chart, and the song's position on the chart the previous week.


Popular old-time country music songs include Tammy Wynette's "Stand By Your Man," Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places," Glen Campbell's "Galveston" and Alabama's "Mountain Music." The songs are built around a classic, old-fashioned country sound with fiddles, steel guitars and lyrics that pay tribu


As of August 2015, some popular country music videos include "Stay" by Florida Georgia Line, "Drink a Beer" by Luke Bryan and "Whatever She's Got" by David Nail. "That's My Kind of Night" by Luke Bryan and "Chillin' It" by Cole Swindell are also popular.


To find the current top county music songs, visit the Hot Country Songs section of the Billboard website. Billboard magazine also publishes a weekly list of Hot Country Songs in the United States, which features the 50 most popular country music songs. Another source for the current top country musi


As of Dec. 8, 2015, some of the most popular country hits are "Gonna," "Die a Happy Man" and "Come On Over." Some of the most popular country hits of all time include "I Walk the Line," "Jolene" and "Your Cheatin' Heart."


Some of the earliest country music hits include Vernon Dalhart’s “Wreck of the Old ’97,” Jimmie Rodgers’ “Blue Yodel #1” and The Carter Family’s “Keep on the Sunny Side” and “Wildwood Flower.” All released during the 1920s, these songs formed the basis of popular country music.


The ability to create music is dependent on one's goals and level of ability; once objectives are established, many private instructors and online resources are available to help aspiring musicians pursue singing, songwriting or instrumental endeavors. Understanding the nature of one's musical genre