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Old 06-10-2019, 09:44 PM
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Originally Posted by ed d View Post
Eric Church - Homeboy is a song your not likely to hear , Creepin was a big one . Here's part of the " Outsiders "

https://youtu.be/br0KGrk3oZQ

He was OK til he spouted political stances(gun stuff)...

Now he fighting for his celeb life, like the chixie dicks...

they ought just stfu...

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Old 06-10-2019, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Sea Daddy View Post



He was OK til he spouted political stances(gun stuff)...

Now he fighting for his celeb life, like the chixie dicks...

they ought just stfu...

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AHH F#ck ... I didn't hear that , I just free floated my AR so that's where I stand .
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Understand. No copy and paste here in dock, just google and shall see.

Sad. Like I said, celebs ought stfu.

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Old 06-11-2019, 12:41 AM
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George Strait and George Jones would be my go tos. Throw in some bluegrass by Ricky Scaggs (with or without his band Kentucky Thunder) and I would be fine with nothing more.
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Chet Atkins & Vince Gill.

Most folks know Vince Gill for his fairly high voice and lower key songs. He is an amazing guitar player. Was recruited by Mark Knopfler to join Dire Straights at one point.
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Old 06-11-2019, 03:25 AM
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Ac/dc
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Old 06-11-2019, 03:45 AM
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You do know that the gradual appeal of country music is a sign of old age!
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Originally Posted by makonnen View Post
So far I got:
Waylon Jennings - Good Ol Boys
Alan Jackson - Chattahoochee
Carrie Underwod - Before He Cheats
Gretchen Wilson - Redneck Woman
Shania Twain - Any Man of Mine
Kenny Rogers - The Gambler
And a whole bunch of George Strait, Johnny Cash songs

I think I like more traditional country rather than crossover stuff but open to any ideas.

What should be on my playlist?

The Highwaymen. A band made up of some of the names already on your list. They were not together long but every song that they performed is awesome.

I’d also add Chris LeDoux and Garth......
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x2 for Highwaymen.
Charley Pride
Clint Black
Tom T Hall
Merle Haggard
Lots of Cash!
Chris Stapleton
Cross Canadian Ragweed ( those boys from Oklahoma roll their joints all wrong )
David Allen Coe
spent time as a kid at Gilly's place so add Micky Gilly
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Old 06-11-2019, 04:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Marlin308 View Post
Chris Stapleton
Aaron Lewis
Cody Jinks
Jamey Johnson
Whiskey Myers
Tyler Childers
Waylon
Willie
Hank Jr.
George Jones
Merle Haggard

thats a start anyway...
Solid list. To round out the older traditional cohort add Don Williams, Buck Owens and Dwight Yokum (Bakersfield sound), Conway Twitty, and of course Johnny Cash. More poppy but older are Alabama, Oak Ridge Boys, Statler Brothers. These were all popular when George Strait and Alan Jackson - who are great - were the youngsters.
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Dwight Yoakam.

Newer country that sounds old might be something like Midland, Drinkin Problem.
Absolutely.


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Originally Posted by Mpellet View Post



The Highwaymen. A band made up of some of the names already on your list. They were not together long but every song that they performed is awesome.

I’d also add Chris LeDoux and Garth......
Wanted to read all the replies before posting to see if Chris was mentioned.
They both tell stories with their music.

Alabama was very popular in the 70's and the country stations played the hell out of them. I guy I worked with would not change the radio station so I subjected to it.
Can't stand that group. Cheap songs. Half way through just speed up the tempo and repeat the lyrics.

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Hank Williams Jr. The Ride
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Collin raye great 90s country. One boy one girl, Little Rock, latter day cowboy. Love me
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Take plenty of AC/DC, Motley Crue, Metallica, Guns and Roses. Played loud and with alcohol.

That should cure you of this country music problem you're currently experiencing.
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Tulsa Time - the song
Dont Touch my Willie - the song
Willie Nelsons Greatest Hits and some that shouldnt be
Try out some Bob Wills and see if you like it
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