Top 20 Songs of Summer
What better way to kick off summer than to build a playlist with catchy tunes? Check out our picks for the Top 20 Songs of Summer.
"Beachin'"- Jake Owen
"Some Beach"- Blake Shelton
"Redneck Yacht Club"- Craig Morgan
"Summertime Blues"- Alan Jackson
"No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem"- Kenny Chesney
"Pontoon"- Little Big Town
"Chattahoochee"- Alan Jackson
"Strawberry Wine"- Deana Carter
"Toes"- Zac Brown Band
"The Seashores of Old Mexico"- Merle Haggard
"Water"- Brad Paisley
"Margaritaville"- Jimmy Buffett
"Cruise"- Florida Georgia Line
"All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight"- Hank Williams Jr.
"Fishin' In The Dark"- Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
"Two Pina Coladas"- Garth Brooks
"Summer Nights"- Rascal Flatts
"All Summer Long"- Kid Rock
"Watermelon Crawl"- Tracy Byrd
"It's Five O'Clock Somewhere"- Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett
When summer is in full swing what better way to beat the heat than on a boat with good friends and good music? Discover Boating, the U.S. recreational boating industry’s nonprofit awareness program, asked its Facebook fans what music best captures time spent on a boat. More than 1,500 votes put Jimmy Buffett’s “A Pirate Looks at 40″ in the top spot and filled the rest of the Top 10 list with songs by Craig Morgan, Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown Band and more.
If you want to hear patriotic songs, whether openly saluting the military or just extolling the virtues of everyday life in America, country music is a great place to start. The tunes that made it on our list of the 20 Greatest Country Patriotic Songs are by some of country’s most influential artists, and these patriotic tunes are among their most enduring. For those counting, we even included two extra songs! In no particular order, here they are:
Before you hit the highway on your next road trip, make sure you've got a playlist full of road-tested tunes. Here is our list of the Top 20 Road Songs, in no particular order.
If you love music but are lukewarm on camping and are considering your first outdoor music festival, get some advice from the experienced, the trod upon and the sunburned.
Emotional triggers to the place you belong, call home or grew up can be found just about anywhere. Music has an uncanny way of bringing out those ties, and as the voice of the people, country music's universal themes have a unique way of resonating. In no particular order, here is our list of the Top 20 Songs About Home.
The perfect country song, according to David Allan Coe’s hilarious classic “You Never Even Called Me By My Name,” requires that you refer to trains, trucks, prison, gettin’ drunk and – of course – mama. By those standards, none of these songs are perfect, but they’re all at least very good at paying homage to Mom.
Neon lights, jukeboxes, a smokin' band and a bartender ready to get whatever you want. These are important, and most would probably say required, elements of the Honky Tonk experience. However, what really makes the country bar unique is the strength of its bond to the music that pours from the stages and speakers; a music that is quite often about the actual Honky Tonks themselves. In no particular order, here's our list of the Top 20 Songs about Honky Tonks.
The American Cowboy is known all over the world as a symbol of America. The cowboy life might not have been quite as glamorous as the silver screen portrayed it, yet most of the men and women who lived their lives as cowboys or cowgirls wouldn't have traded it for any big city job available to them at the time. In no particular order, here are our picks for the Top 20 Cowboy & Cowgirl Songs.
Country songs about Dad share a common thread. Take a look at Great American Country's Top 20 country songs for Father's Day that convey a prevailing truth. Becoming a father isn’t necessarily difficult. But being a good dad – well, that is a challenge.
We've gathered some of our top picks for country songs to be used throughout your wedding day.