- Brad Paisley, ‘Welcome to the Future’ (2009) Mainstream country's most prominent liberal ambitiously overloads this nearly six-minute single from 2009's American Saturday Night, explaining that he wanted "to serve up a little multigenerational truth with a strong sense of hope and possibility."
- Harry Choates, ‘Jole Blon’ (1946) One of Bruce Springsteen's lesser-known influences is the late, hard-drinkin' Texas fiddle player Harry Choates. After playing for spare change as a teenager in the Thirties, Choates started making records by his early Twenties, and his aching 1946 reworking of the so-called "Cajun National Anthem" hit Number Four on the Billboard charts.
- C.W. McCall, ‘Convoy’ (1975) This loving, jargon-filled novelty song took the insular world of trucker culture to the tops of both the country and pop charts in 1976.
- Gretchen Wilson, ‘Redneck Woman’ (2004) Originally a collective of Nashville outcasts and outsiders known for their open-minded open mic night, the MuzikMafia went mainstream with the twin successes of Big & Rich's "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" and Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman."
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- “I Walk the Line” by Johnny Cash.
- “Jackson” by Johnny Cash and June Carter.
- “Stand by Your Man” by Tammy Wynette.
- “The Dance” by Garth Brooks.
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- Lost Highway. Credit: AMAZON. Hank Williams put his own special stamp on this hit written by Leon Payne. Payne was inspired to write this song after his hitchhiking journey from California to Texas.
- The Grand Tour. Credit: AMAZON. George Jones' haunting voice is recognizable anywhere. This heartbreaking hit takes a trip down memory lane through the lens of a father and abandoned husband.
- Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain. Credit: AMAZON. You had to know that Willie Nelson would be on this list. His single "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" is definitely one to play on a nice, long drive.
- Dallas. Credit: AMAZON. Jimmie Dale Gilmore's signature twang makes this song one to play on repeat. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.
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- "Man of Constant Sorrow," The Stanley Brothers, 1951. This content is imported from youTube. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.
- "Blue Moon of Kentucky," Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, 1956. LISTEN.
- "Coal Miner's Daughter," Loretta Lynn, 1960. LISTEN. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.
- "Crazy Arms," Willie Nelson and Ray Price, 1956. This content is imported from youTube. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.
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