The greatest male country singers of all time

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George Strait - Dubbed the "King of Country," George Strait is a performer with deep country roots that became a staple of entertainment in the 1980s.

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George Jones - With a voice you could pick out from a mile away, George Jones had more than 150 hits during his long career.

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Merle Haggard - As the ultimate cowboy drifter, Merle Haggard is widely considered one of the greatest song writers in country.

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Alan Jackson - This soft-spoken country icon is known for effortlessly blending mainstream western sounds and honky-tonk styles.

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Garth Brooks - One of the top-selling artists in country music, this Oklahoma-native brought both rock 'n' roll and pop elements into his country hits.

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Conway Twitty - Twitty was a multi-faceted recording artist with a flare for country music—and very distinct sideburns.

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Tim McGraw - One of the first and most notable pop country artists, Tim McGraw is one of the highest-selling recording artists of all time.

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Dwight Yoakam - The legendary honky-tonk performer was instrumental in bridging the gap between rock and country music.

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Vince Gill - The contemporary country singer has a flare for writing lyrics as well as a high octave range.

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Brad Paisley - This country singer from West Virginia has collected three Grammy Awards and a whopping 14 Academy of Country Music Awards.

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Kenny Chesney - Chesney is a country rock artist that has collected a range of honorable awards and accolades throughout his career.

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Blake Shelton - The Nashville-based superstar rose to fame with his easy-listening country songs and charming good looks.

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Hank Williams, Jr. - This redneck country rock artist is the son of one of the biggest names in the genre.

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Trace Adkins - This country star was a former oil rig worker. His "blue collar" anthems are cherished within the genre.

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Travis Tritt - Famed for being a rebel country artist, Travis Tritt blended southern rock style with honky-tonk twang.

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