You do not need to eat the whole orange to taste the sweetness of its fruits.
How it sounds
Like an absolute American “provincialism” by musicians who do not even know all the notes.
Basically as traditional music of Old Albion, which has been transformed into the traditional music of New Albion.
As the area was named by Sir Francis Drake in 1579 the area north of Mexico.
Why listen to it
Purely for reasons of musical historiography and why they are the roots of contemporary music, basically rock’n’roll.
Essentially to get to know the deep connection of the music giants, which is the USA. and the United Kingdom.
Because it is too simplistic and is generally only suitable for American country festivals.
Where we meet it
In the Appalachian Mountains in general, were Irish, Scots, and English immigrated
When did it start
From 1925 to the 1950s
Who are the pioneers
This term, which means ordinary man of the mountains, was used disparagingly to describe people of these areas.
The first to use it to describe music was Al Hopkins, and it was in vogue until the 1950s.
It included bluegrass, country, western, and gospel, when they separated it ceased to be considered a kind of music.
You have to listen
Days of glory
Probably in the 50’s just before the appearance of rockabilly and the removal of the genre from the record labels.
This music is part of the racist “culture” based on the English-speaking settlers of the eastern states.
What is it confused with
Bluegrass, country, western
How do you describe it to an irrelevant
Country before it became a country and what Elvis sang in his early years, but in a very provincialism.