Hillbilly-Music.com - Keeping Classic Country Music Alive  Hillbilly-Music Folio Display

Hillbilly Music - Home Hillbilly Music - Artists Hillbilly Music - Groups Hillbilly Music - Programs Hillbilly Music - Disc Jockeys & Emcees Hillbilly Music - News and Press Hillbilly Music BLOG Hillbilly Music - Jukebox Hillbilly Music - Organizations Hillbilly Music - Library Hillbilly Music Music Store Hillbilly Music - Publications Hillbilly Music - Music Sources Hillbilly Music - Our Links To... Hillbilly Music - Thanks a Lot Hillbilly Music - About Our Site


Will The Circle Be Unbroken
Country Music In America
By Paul Kingsbury and Alanna Nash (editors)
DK Publishing, Inc.
2006
360 Pages
ISBN:  0-75662-352-9

Buy this Book

An illustrated, literary work on the history and development of Country Music. Produced in association with the Country Music Hall of Fame, the highest authority on country music. Includes essays by Rosanne Cash, Mary Chapin Carpenter and a foreword by Willie Nelson. Artifacts and memorabilia from the Country Music Hall of Fame archives give an authentic picture of the country music scene. Clear and entertaining text delves deep into the history of country music from its folk beginnings to the multi-million-dollar industry of today.

About the Editors:
Paul Kingsbury is the author of The Grand Ole Opry History of Country Music and Vinyl Hayride: Country Music Album Covers; and was the editor-in-chief of The Journal of Country Music from 1985-1997.

Alanna Nash, winner of the 2004 Belmont Award for the Best Book in Country Music, is the author of six books, including The Colonel: The Extraordinary Story of Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley; and Dolly: A Biography.