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History Trivia / GeorgeStrait

22nd Mar '16 9:08:55 PM Twentington
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* FountainOfExpies: He was pretty much the go-to model for the "hat act" craze of the 90s.

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* FountainOfExpies: He FollowTheLeader[=/=]FountainOfExpies: In the 1990s, there was pretty much the go-to model for the an insurgence of "hat acts" who, like Strait, were just good ol' clean-cut young men (and even a couple women!) in cowboy hats. Over time, "hat act" craze became a derogatory term due to so many of them flooding the 90s.market and becoming indistinguishable.
23rd Jan '16 10:31:25 PM Twentington
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* GenreAdultery: By and large, averted; rarely has George recorded in the pop-country vein. One early exception was his 1982 ballad, "Marina Del Rey," which he pulled off very well and is every bit a part of his playlist today. "El Rey", a mariachi song from ''Twang'' which Strait performed entirely ''en español'', is another rare exception.
29th Dec '15 9:36:16 AM Twentington
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* ProductionPosse: He has had nearly the same batch of session musicians (bassist Glenn Worf, drummer Eddie Bayers, steel guitarist Paul Franklin, guitarists Steve Gibson and Brent Mason, and fiddler Stuart Duncan) and the same producer (Tony Brown) on every album between ''Pure Country'' in 1992 and ''Love Is Everything'' in 2013. In addition, nearly every album dating back to his first has had at least one song written by Dean Dillon. ''Cold Beer Conversation'' broke the trend, as it was instead produced by his engineer Chuck Ainlay.

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* ProductionPosse: He has had nearly the same batch of session musicians (bassist (including bassist Glenn Worf, drummer Eddie Bayers, steel guitarist Paul Franklin, guitarists Steve Gibson and Brent Mason, and fiddler Stuart Duncan) and the same producer (Tony Brown) on every album between ''Pure Country'' in 1992 and ''Love Is Everything'' in 2013. In addition, nearly every album dating back to his first has had at least one song written by Dean Dillon. ''Cold Beer Conversation'' broke the trend, as it was instead produced by his engineer Chuck Ainlay.
30th Oct '15 10:44:40 AM Twentington
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* ProductionPosse: He has had nearly the same batch of session musicians (bassist Glenn Worf, drummer Eddie Bayers, steel guitarist Paul Franklin, guitarists Steve Gibson and Brent Mason, and fiddler Stuart Duncan) and the same producer (Tony Brown) on every album since ''Pure Country'' in 1992. In addition, nearly every album dating back to his first has had at least one song written by Dean Dillon. His 2015 single "Let It Go" broke from the trend, with engineer Chuck Ainlay producing instead.

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* ProductionPosse: He has had nearly the same batch of session musicians (bassist Glenn Worf, drummer Eddie Bayers, steel guitarist Paul Franklin, guitarists Steve Gibson and Brent Mason, and fiddler Stuart Duncan) and the same producer (Tony Brown) on every album since between ''Pure Country'' in 1992.1992 and ''Love Is Everything'' in 2013. In addition, nearly every album dating back to his first has had at least one song written by Dean Dillon. His 2015 single "Let It Go" ''Cold Beer Conversation'' broke from the trend, with as it was instead produced by his engineer Chuck Ainlay producing instead.Ainlay.
21st Sep '15 11:33:08 AM Twentington
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* ProductionPosse: He has had nearly the same batch of session musicians and the same producer (Tony Brown) on every album since ''Pure Country'' in 1992. In addition, nearly every album dating back to his first has had at least one song written by Dean Dillon.

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* ProductionPosse: He has had nearly the same batch of session musicians (bassist Glenn Worf, drummer Eddie Bayers, steel guitarist Paul Franklin, guitarists Steve Gibson and Brent Mason, and fiddler Stuart Duncan) and the same producer (Tony Brown) on every album since ''Pure Country'' in 1992. In addition, nearly every album dating back to his first has had at least one song written by Dean Dillon. His 2015 single "Let It Go" broke from the trend, with engineer Chuck Ainlay producing instead.
24th Jun '15 7:29:06 PM JewelSparkles
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* Strait also has since said his hit "You Know Me Better Than That" is not a song he would record today; alas, he hasn't played it live since it was an active single.

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* ** Strait also has since said his hit "You Know Me Better Than That" is not a song he would record today; alas, he hasn't played it live since it was an active single.
23rd Jun '15 8:35:51 AM JewelSparkles
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* Strait also has since said his hit "You Know Me Better Than That" is not a song he would record today; alas, he hasn't played it live since it was an active single.
26th Dec '14 5:19:36 PM Twentington
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** He hated his first music video, for "You Look So Good in Love", so much that he asked that it be withdrawn from rotation. He has very rarely done a music video since.

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** He hated his first music video, for "You Look So Good in Love", so much that he asked that it be withdrawn from rotation. He has very rarely done a music video since.since, and the few he's done since are largely {{Performance Video}}s.
11th Dec '14 12:09:05 PM Twentington
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* ProductionPosse: He has had nearly the same batch of session musicians and the same producer (Tony Brown) on every album since ''Pure Country'' in 1992. In addition, nearly every album dating back to his first has had at least one song written by Dean Dillon.

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* ProductionPosse: He has had nearly the same batch of session musicians and the same producer (Tony Brown) on every album since ''Pure Country'' in 1992. In addition, nearly every album dating back to his first has had at least one song written by Dean Dillon.Dillon.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: He had both "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven" and "Love Done Gone" on hold, but they ended up being recorded instead by Music/KennyChesney and Billy Currington, respectively.
11th Dec '14 10:24:35 AM Twentington
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** He hated his first music video, for "You Look So Good in Love", so much that he asked that it be withdrawn from rotation. He has very rarely done a music video since.
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