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Instrumental country music on the radio

Instrumental country music is a sub-genre of country music that focuses on the instrumental aspect of the music, with little to no vocals. This style of music features prominent use of instruments such as the guitar, fiddle, steel guitar, banjo, and mandolin, among others. Instrumental country music has been around since the early days of country music, with pioneers such as Chet Atkins, Roy Clark, and Jerry Reed, among others.

Chet Atkins is widely regarded as one of the most influential and popular instrumental country music artists of all time. He was known for his virtuosity on the guitar and his unique finger-picking style. Other popular instrumental country music artists include Roy Clark, who was a regular on the TV show Hee Haw, and Jerry Reed, who was known for his fingerstyle guitar playing and hit songs like "Guitar Man" and "East Bound and Down".

There are several radio stations that play instrumental country music, catering to fans of the genre. Some of the most popular radio stations for instrumental country music include Pandora's "Instrumental Country" station, AccuRadio's "Country Instrumental" station, and the "Pure Country Instrumental" station on TuneIn radio. These stations play a mix of classic and contemporary instrumental country music, giving listeners a wide range of options to choose from.