Punching the buttons I find a country music station that's awash with honky-tonk .
The town is but a decayed, honky-tonk version of the company town, with everything and everybody in it owned by Mr. Potter, the rapacious banker (and the town itself is, of course, Pottersville).
There is music for everyone in this city - traditional jazz, honky-tonk piano, Cajun, zydeco, rhythm and blues, gospel, rock, and country.
I'd hope to see the site redeveloped in a tasteful way and not in a honky-tonk fashion.
good-time urban cowboy fare with a hint of honky-tonk and a healthy measure of rock
And I would fall asleep lying on the floor of my room with my pillow and my blanket, because he had an old honky-tonk piano that he'd play just all night long.
As the honky-tonk piano of Elliott Smith's ‘A Distorted Reality Is Now A Necessity To Be Free’ fades into silence, there's one moment from this compilation that stays with you.
Though their musical palette contained more folky honky-tonk than their peers', it was difficult to get excited about their jaunty-yet-dull strums and limp ballads.
The rise of honky-tonk and postwar traditional music strengthened the ‘southernness’ of country music, but country pop gave Nashville its most important tool in the battle for respectability.
There's a scene at a honky-tonk in which Melanie lays into all her old friends in a way that's vicious and very real.