Britney and tswizzle who? The only name you need to know is Stephen Foster: the master of the chord progression, the rhyme genius, a musical legend. Composer of “My Old Kentucky Home,” Kentucky's state song.
Stephen Foster was America’s first superstar. This musical genius among gentlemen wrote essentially every popular song available to the masses in the mid-19th century. Stephen’s music is still prevalent today, and can be heard in present day movies (as lately as Seth McFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die In The West), in cartoons, commercials, and ole’ Steve has even been covered by artists such as the Beatles, Elvis, Mary J. Blige, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow, Alison Krauss, and many others. During his relatively short lifetime, Stephen wrote 200 popular songs including My Old Kentucky Home, Camptown Races (#doodah), Shanghai Chicken, Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair, Beautiful Dreamer, and If You Only Have A Mustache.
Britney and tswizzle who? The only name you need to know is Stephen Foster: the master of the chord progression, the rhyme genius, a legend.
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