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Share on Facebook Country music may be known for its "tear in my beer" sad songs, not to mention its tunes about trucks, dirt roads and Southern living, but the genre also has a helluva sense of humor. Some of country's biggest stars have flexed their comedic muscles in the recording studio, and then turned those funny songs into even funnier videos. Below, The Boot counts down our favorite funny country music videos. The Georgia native plays goofy well; throughout the video, he struggles to lift five-pound gym weights, babysits a pig and dances with Bentley. With help from her partner-in-crime, Kristian Bush , she kidnaps McPartlin and throws him a little party, complete with a dance routine in leotards. If any potential suitors had seen this video, they might have thought twice before asking Nettles out on a date.
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Early life[ edit ] Linda Maria Ronstadt was born in in Tucson, Arizona , the third of four children of Gilbert Ronstadt — , a prosperous machinery merchant who ran the F. The family was featured in Family Circle magazine in She was a daughter of Lloyd Groff Copeman , a prolific inventor and holder of many patents. Copeman, with nearly patents to his name, invented an early form of the toaster, many refrigerator devices, the grease gun, the first electric stove, and an early form of the microwave oven.
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Share on Facebook "Summertime, and the livin' is easy" -- so goes the old American standard. Since then, those words have been emulated by enough country stars to fill up a theme park. From songs about popular modes of transportation and the right thing to wear or not wear to tunes lauding one's frosty beverage of choice, The Boot dips our toes into this cool countdown of country music's 10 best summertime songs.
Joe also recognized that the session players in the studio were true artists but were often overlooked as the great craftsman and women that they really were. When Joe had the opportunity to recognize these talented studio musicians, he worked long and hard to open the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in downtown Nashville. As he dreamed it would, the museum honors the talented musicians who played on the thousands of hit recordings! The museum is located at the famous Municipal Auditorium and includes displays that highlights such recording studios as those that created the Motown and Muscle Shoals sound as well as the Nashville Sound, which was largely credited to the studio musicians known as the A Team. And yes, Joe inducted the A Team at his very first ceremony back in