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Jul 25, 2012 5:37AM
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i have never heard of most of these so called artist.i wonder if people will remember them in 10 years,or 5 years or tomorrow
Jul 27, 2012 7:01AM
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I will most definiely remember Carrie Underwood,Alan Jackson and Sugarland.Some singers their names stick with you and they have made a different in your lives.My main idol is Loretta Lynn and everytime I sing at a function someone is asking me to simg a Loretta Lynn song.

I'm just thankful for country music, it's songs tell of real live that you yourself could've experiment

somestime in your live.

Jul 25, 2012 5:10AM
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Theyre ALL misses Talentless Garbage that nobody older than nine should even know it exists
Jul 24, 2012 3:27PM
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Year in Review: 2012's hits and misses

By Sam Sutherland
MSN Music

As the days wind down to New Year's Eve, music fans inevitably look back on the year's triumphs and travesties: the artists who rocked our world and their ill-fated peers who earned unintended laughter (or worse) for antics onstage and off. Veteran ... more

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