Mother Jones has a great slideshow featuring twelve images from the new book Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music by Henry Horenstein. From the related article, Mark Murrmann writes:

Here you get a look of something real: real people, real country music, real living. Real America, or at least piece of it. The title is a hint at what you get inside: country music (not just country musicians). The cover says it all: a stark, simple photo of a Rock-Ola jukebox pushed against a wall covered with signed promo photos and album covers.