Baseball and Country Music
by Don Cusic 
 
The histories of baseball and country music ran in parallel tracks from the fringes to the mainstream, gaining exposure and building heroes, first via radio broadcasts and then on the television screen. Both evolved with American society through wartime, the Civil Rights movement, and into the age of multimillion dollar superstars. 

Don Cusic offers an engaging and insightful analysis that addresses race, gender, class, ethnicity, business practices and marketing, performance, media, and the cult of celebrity.


Baseball and Country Music
by Don Cusic 
University of Wisconsin Press, 2003
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