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Old 09-26-2012, 03:03 PM   #21
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And then there's the truly awesome Drivin n Cryin. I love Straight to Hell, but this one is not bad either.
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Dang, Dive By Truckers was my next post--but yours are great, Keim!
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Lots of good Truckers songs to choose from, Sarah.
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Jason Isbell solo is also really good, but less rockin'.

Jason Isbell - Dress Blues (Live at Saxon Pub) - YouTube
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According to Wikipedia, which is always right ;-), Kid Rock's a modern Southern Rocker. Love lots of his stuff, regardless of what genre you put it in.

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I can't believe no one's mentioned Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble yet.
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Question - clearly southern rock is dominated by male artists. Any women you can name that fit in this genre?
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Question - clearly southern rock is dominated by male artists. Any women you can name that fit in this genre?
Bonnie Raite (sp?) is southern but i can't think of a southern female band.
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I can't believe no one's mentioned Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble yet.
I don't consider SRV to be southern rock. I think of him as REALLY GOOD blues rock.
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Question - clearly southern rock is dominated by male artists. Any women you can name that fit in this genre?
Black Betty!

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Oh, you mean band members. Not awesome songs named after females.
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The genre called "southern rock" doesn't really include SRV, per se, since there wasn't much country or rockabilly influence in his music. Early ZZ Top qualifies, but the later stuff not so much.

Stretching it a bit, the connections go all the way from Carl Perkins and Elvis and Johnny Cash to Buffalo Springfield and the Byrds to Lowell George and Little Feat to The Flying Burrito Brothers and Poco and the Eagles. John Hartford played on Sweethearts of the Rodeo, then created the seminal newgrass album Aerioplane. Members of the Eagles were briefly Linda Ronstadt's back-up band. Jackson Browne co-wrote Take It Easy, and was briefly a member of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

Other bands like Lovin' Spoonful, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and the Band, to name a few, incorporated a country sound into their rock sound. Hank Jr., Travis Tritt, Marty Stewart, David Allen Coe, and many others were more "country", but definitely were influenced by rock and country and blues.

So, while not strictly "southern Rock", the mixture of rock, blues, and country influenced southern rock and rock in general from the very earliest days...

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How about Janis? She was from Texas.
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How about some "Northern Rock"?
Canada's Tom Cochrane:

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The Beatles and The Stones were both heavily influenced by American rock, blues, and country...







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I got heavily into Southern Rock in college (I went to a tech school, but due to a housing anomaly, lived at a party school), which afterward, due to some particularly manure-kicking banjo/fiddle tracks, lead me to an appreciation and interest in Bluegrass.

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Jason Isbell solo is also really good, but less rockin'.

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He's been working with my favorite Americana band, just put together their latest album Burn.Flicker.Die. Great if you haven't heard them, American Aquarium (they of the cute pedal steel guitar player of another thread). This was at Floydfest, the festival we go to every year, though I didn't do the filming.
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He's been working with my favorite Americana band, just put together their latest album Burn.Flicker.Die. Great if you haven't heard them, American Aquarium (they of the cute pedal steel guitar player of another thread). This was at Floydfest, the festival we go to every year, though I didn't do the filming.
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Not rock, (and I didn't know where else to put it), but it's an oldie that always gives me a chuckle:

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Sultans Of Swing

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Does this one qualify? I am listening to the song right now?
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