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Legendary country music singer Charlie Daniels introduces and edits a collection of heartfelt essays from an all-star cast of contributors on what it means to grow up country.
United by a love of music, these notables show us that country means more than just the twang of a guitar. They share a belief in hard work, integrity, strength of character, and having the courage not to quit. The stories here tell of rustic upbringings and rich spirits, of parents who believed in tough love and old-fashioned common sense, and of a strong sense of community, pride in your country, and a love of the natural world.
You'll get an intimate glimpse into the lives of: Dolly Parton, Barbara Mandrell, Brenda Lee, Dobie Gray, Lee Greenwood, Gary Rossington, Donnie Van Zant, Sara Evans, Toby Kieth, Clint Black, Jimmy Carter, Ty Murray and many more.
These snapshots show how living country has allowed our favorite singers, songwriters, and stage performers to make a career out of doing what they love while never forgetting that when you've grown up country, home isn't just a place where you live, it's a state of the heart.