Musical genre

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A musical genre is how people describe different styles of music. Some of the most common music genres are:

Plus there are several more common music genres. Religious music is also common, such as hymns, choir music and many more.

To provide an example of cross genre descriptions; Joe Walsh is to the SteelDrivers as Metallica is to Trampled by Turtles. Furthermore The Rolling Stones are to Flatt and Scruggs as Nickelback is to Doyle Lawson and Quicksliver.

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