You might think that when you’re sitting at a table in a country music club or a country pub, you can make out all the country music stars and talk to them all the time.
But according to research from a study by the University of Minnesota, you might not have the right idea of what country music is, or even what country clubs are.
The study found that, when you ask the country fans to tell you what they like about country music, you are likely to hear a lot of stereotypes about what the genre is.
The average person who has heard of country music might not know the difference between a country singer and country DJ, or the difference in the size of a country DJ’s hands.
And the country club fans may not know that the people who are on the country stage at the clubs aren’t actually performing country music at all.
“Our research suggests that most people don’t know what country means, and we need to address this,” said Dr. Jennifer Roesch, the study’s lead author.
“This is really important for understanding what country is really about and how we can actually use it.”
The study looked at a sampling of more than 2,400 people who participated in a national online survey to figure out what the average person thinks about country clubs.
They were also asked to name their favorite country song and what country they thought they should go to the next time they go to a country venue.
And they were asked if they could identify with the music that they heard on country radio, and if they thought the songs on the radio were appropriate or appropriate for country music.
“The results showed that people are mostly not aware of what the word ‘country’ means, how to distinguish between country and country music or the genre,” Roesck said.
“People are more likely to associate the word country with the word dance, and when you have a dance song, that’s more likely than not that the country band is going to be a country band.”
But Roesach cautioned that the survey was done online, and the sample size is small.
“We are still looking at the large-scale data,” she said.
This survey wasn’t done with a random sample, so Roesich’s team didn’t have a chance to interview any of the people in the study.
The people in this study weren’t all from the same geographic area, but the researchers found that most of them had similar interests in music, especially country music: people in rural areas were more likely on the fence about what kind of country they wanted to go to, while people in metropolitan areas were a little more supportive of the idea.
They also found that the more people thought they knew what country was, the more likely they were to think country music was cool, and that those people were also more likely not to have heard about the genre before.
“Most people aren’t aware of this concept of country and they don’t think about it very often,” Ruesch said.
Roescher said the data also indicates that there are some people who may be more familiar with the term than others.
“There are a lot more people in general who have a lot less experience with the concept than people who have some familiarity with it,” Rivesch said, but it’s important for people to realize that country is just another genre of music, and not just another form of music.
Country music is a huge industry, Roescha said.
In fact, the industry has grown so big that in 2012, it surpassed the U.S. gross domestic product.
Rowsch said people often think of country as just a pop genre.
But this study suggests that country music has evolved into a whole different genre of musical expression, and people are interested in hearing more music from different genres.
The more people hear more country music in their lives, the less likely they are to think of the genre as just pop music, Ruescher said.