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alt.country

(ɔːlt)
n
(Pop Music) a genre of country music originating in the 1990s and influenced by both early country music and contemporary rock music
[C20: from alt(ernative) + country]
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Boosting ties with Mongolia could be a way for the US to show China it has found an alternative country that can meet its rare-earth demands.
"With the increase in tariffs, we continue to manage costs through diligent vendor negotiations, opportunistic alternative country sourcing, and ongoing supply chain optimization.
Car Wheels On A Gravel Road pays homage to the sounds of South America: from blues to rock, from soul to alternative country, it's an album that defies categorisation.
It will be celebrating roots, bluegrass and alternative country and western music, Highland-style!
The results of the Ulat Lila 2019, the CWR's biannual alternative country report on women's situation, revealed that due to TRAIN Law, women were forced to cope with the incessant price surge of basic commodities through: (1) buying cheaper alternative commodities; (2) buying less than usual; (3) finding alternative source of income; and (4) resorting to borrowing/getting loans.
Sheffield Ave., Chicago: alternative country. $30-$45.
August 25: Matt Sayles & the Detroit Sportsmen's Congress (Alternative Country Roots)
"The Arab person gave up his national identity, his sacred cause called Palestine, and has become instead hungry to buy a new nationality in an alternative country. His land is not his any more," Salman wrote.
The singer-songwriter, who has an enigmatic and androgynous voice, performs folk and alternative country. During a stint living in Brooklyn, Hull recorded with Michael Chinworth, and together they released "Light" (2011).
Wovenhand is an alternative country band from Denver, Colorado led by former 16 Horsepower lead singer David Eugene Edwards.
The alternative country duo, consisting of husband and wife Brett and Rennie Sparks, arrive in Belfast with their unique and emotive sound to play in the grand setting of St Anne's Cathedral.
He reminded of the Palestinian refugee crisis, noting that we should under no circumstances make Lebanon an alternative country. "The consequences could have been existential [...] and the case has become greater than the Lebanese and the Palestinians themselves," he said.

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