Is there a genre that’s more fun than country? Sure there is, but there’s none that can match the diversity of subjects that are covered in good ol’ country music. Love, sadness, random stories, pure danceability, and ballads. It’s all there. That’s why we’ve updated our Good ‘Ol Country channel.
Did you know it’s International Country Music Day on September 17? No? Now you know. The question is: what are you going to do with this newly acquired knowledge? Prepare of course! We created a channel especially for you with the coolest country tracks. Below we will highlight a few of them.
Old Town Road – Lil Nas X & Billy Ray Cyrus
In the channel you will find a few new songs, like this gem. Lil Nas X stepped into the spotlight by inviting almost the entire show business to perform in his video clip. It suits him well and he does it awesomely together with none other than Billy Ray Cyrus – yes, the father of… Grab your guitar and go crazy on the chords for “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus.
Take Me Home, Country Roads – John Denver
Another exciting track in our channel is this golden oldie. Of course you have to stay diverse in your jam. i that case a classic like this is a perfect addition to your setlist. With one of the most recognizable choruses ever, it’s a no-brainer, – even if not everyone knows that the song was written by John Denver. Put it on your list and thank us later. Here are the chords for “Take Me Home, Country Roads” by John Denver.
It’s Too Late – Dolly Parton
And what about country divas? Those are the toughest women in the business. They have to be. Who else is tough enough to do the chores around the house and kick whiskey-induced men out the honky-tonk. Dolly Parton is your girl in both cases. She won’t let you fool her and if you let her down, you’re just too late. Jam along to the chords for “It’s Too Late” by Dolly Parton by this badass country lady.
Born in San Antone – Garrett T. Capps
“Great those hits from divas and hip rappers, but what about badass space cowboys?” Good question. The answer is simple: we have those too. How about this track for example. The core of this story is that Garrett T. Capps doesn’t care where you come from, as long as he doesn’t forget he’s from San Antone. Fun fact: Garrett T. Capps’ favorite triads are D chord, A chord and G chord. What are you waiting for? Here are the chords for “Born in San Antone” by Garrett T. Capps. Now go get ‘em cowgirls and boys, the 17th of September is closing in. Happy jamming!
Teo creates content, which means he writes, a lot, about music, and all things interesting. When it comes to jamming, his weapon of choice is the bass guitar.