Last modified on 27 December 2011, at 12:00

Western swing

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

Western swing

  1. A style of jazz, meshing string bands with other instrumentation - especially drums, saxophones, pianos and the steel guitar - that evolved into a subgenre of country music during the early 1940s.

AdjectiveEdit

Western swing

  1. Of, or referring to, the subgenre of country music.