Ken McWilliams I was traumatized by country music when I was a kid. every time I'd go to my grandmother's house she would be playing the slowest, saddest, country songs. I actually would get depressed. I can't listen to the stuff now.
Vjval McM On occasion and in the background it's a nice alternative, the newer country almost always has more of a pop-sound in there songs, I like Rascal Flatts and The Band Perry and a few others, the classic Loretta Lynn, and Tammy Wynette have the best twang sound
Danielle Simms I am a big fan of country music. I love the older stuff like Merle, George Jones, Hank Snow. Then the newer country came out with singers like Garth, and Alan, Shania, Reba and such. Again another great era of country as it came into the newer generations.
Now we have Luke, The Band Perry, Carrie, Eric and so many more that make country music fun and upbeat for the younger generations, which I think is great as it draws more people to country music and gets them into the country genre.
Janet Elder I use to listen to a lot of country music but since my mom passed away last year, it hurts too much! She used to blare it on the radio, in the car or even at home. I prefer country from the early 90's and earlier. They just don't make country like they use to. I think the 80's was the best for country.
Leslie Larson I listened to a lot of country music growing up. It still enjoy country music a lot but it sounds a lot different theses day. So time it hard to tell the difference between country and pop.