Cowboy Troy

Discussion in 'Celebrity Endowments' started by Pumpedboy, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. Pumpedboy

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    Always seems to be packing ... is it just me fantasizing or am I really seeing something that could be impressive?
     
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    Dude...wanna give us a clue who you're talking about? Pics?
     
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    New country singer. big guy. african american.
     
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    Yeah, Hick-Hop.
    Pretty bad stuff. The worst of two worlds.

    I don't think he looks like he's paching so much. Clay Walker fill a pair of Wranglers much better.
     
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    LOLOL, hick-hop. I love it!

    A black Country singer! Wow, can't say I've ever seen one of those...but then again, I don't DO Country music.

    Looks like he's got potential though:

    Cowboy Troy
     
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    I don't have time because I've been too busy collecting Rev. Lucien-G cd's. He's an Gay Evangelical Gosphel Rapper who only speaks an obscure Chinese dialect.
     
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    Hmmm ... Who's old enough to remember Charlie Pride?
     
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    Hmmm ... Who's old enough to remember Charlie Pride?
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    I do. My mom was a big Country-Western fan while I was growing up... I heard a lot of Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, Roger Miller, Johnny Cash, etc. I hated that stuff, but not as much as I hate Country-Western now. :puke:
     
  9. D_Elijah_MorganWood

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    "Sayin' bad stuff about country music is like talkin' bad about my mama"
    ---Dolly Parton
     
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    Hmmm ... Who's old enough to remember Charlie Pride?
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    Met him when I was waiting tables in Branson. Nice enough guy. Good tipper.
     
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    Hmmm ... Who's old enough to remember Charlie Pride?
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    Exactly! He was big 40 years ago and was for decades, and was inducted in to the Grand Ole Opry (the holy temple of Country music) and the Country Music Hall of Fame. I am not, generally speaking, a "fan" of most Country music, but you have to give it its due as the most original and the first of all "American" music. From it sprang as off shoots
    gospel, bluegrass, blues, soul, R&B, and Rock. Country music dates back to before the founding of the US when it was still colonies. From it came the others as originally regional variations in country music. Billy Holiday, Nate King Cole, WC Handy, Elvis and other pioneers grew up with country music and were influenced by it in making their own "sound". Even the Beatles admitted to listening to and being influenced by several American country artists and offshoots like Elvis It is also, commercially speaking, the most widely listened to and most prosperous and successful.
     
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