Country rock is sub-genre of popular music, formed from the fusion of rock with country. The term is generally used to refer to the wave of rock musicians who began to record country-flavored records in the late 1960s and early 1970s, beginning with Bob Dylan and The Byrds; reaching its greatest popularity in the 1970s with artists like Emmylou Harris and the Eagles; continuing with cult status and occasional mainstream success to the present day.
Rock and roll has often been seen as a combination of rhythm and blues with country music, a fusion particularly evident in 1950s rockabilly, and there has been cross-pollination throughout the history of both genres, however, the term country-rock is generally used to refer to the wave of rock musicians of the late 1960s and early 1970s who began to record rock records using country themes, vocal styles and additional instrumentation, most characteristically pedal steel guitar.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Country_rockCountry Rock bands starting with 'C': 9 bands in database
|Castaways (United States)||Cochise (United Kingdom)||Country Boys (United States)||Cowboy (United States)||Crazy Horse (United States)||Creedence Clearwater Revival (United States)||Culpeper's Orchard (Denmark)||David Crosby (United States)||Gene Clark (United States)|
|Alan Coulter||BJ Cole||Bob Cardwell||Bobby Capps||Bobby Cochran||Brian Chatton||Clayborne Butler Cotton||Clem Clempson||Colin Walker||Danny Chauncey||Darrell Cotton||Dave Chambers||Dave Charles||David Crosby||Dorman Cogburn||Doug Clifford||Gene Clark||George Clark||Graham Coop||Ian Campell||Jack Costello||Jeff Carlisi||Jon Corneal||Lol Coxhill||Lonnie Joseph Castille||Max Carl||Mel Collins||Michael Clarke||Michael Curtis||Paul Cotton||Pete Cummins||Ray Cooper||Rick Curtis||Rod Coombes||Ron Caines||Shirley Collins||Steve Chapman||Stu Cook||Toy Caldwell|
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