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country rock

n.
A form of popular music combining features of country music and rock music.
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country rock

n
1. (Geological Science) the rock surrounding a mineral vein or igneous intrusion
2. (Pop Music) a style of rock music influenced by country and western
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coun′try rock′


n.
1. a style of popular music combining the features of country and rock music.
2. the rock surrounding and penetrated by mineral veins or igneous intrusions.
[1870–75]
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Dryden replaced Mickey Hart in the Grateful Dead sideline country-rock band New Riders of the Purple Sage in February 1971 and stayed with that group until 1978.
Led by the agonized vocals of Michael Tarbox, this Boston band acts like the last 40 years never happened, peeling away decades of other folks' clumsy blues and country-rock adaptations to reveal the crazed intensity at the music's core.