Every sporting event across the globe has its own music. It’s what gets the crowd into the game. College Football has adopted the White Stripes “Seven Nation Army” as its anthem. Tune into the NHL Playoffs and you’re sure to hear AC/DC “Hells Bells”
The NFL has their very own song, that’s so iconic that I don’t even need to mention it, and you know what I’m talking about.
What Are The Best Hunting Songs?
But what about hunting? What songs do hunters have to get them ready for the big day? Believe it or not, there are quite a few. Here are our top 10 favorites that you should add to your Spotify playlist this year.
Do you know some great hunting songs that you’d like to see added to the list? Leave them in the comments below.
It won’t be the first time in the history of country music that singers and songwriters from the bluegrass state of Kentucky have come to the rescue of Nashville. Tyler Childers Playlist
With singers like Chris Stapleton and Sturgill Simpson calling Kentucky home, there’s no question that the best real country artists today are coming out of Kentucky. Tyler Childers is no exception.
Tyler Childers is from Paintsville, KY on the east side of the state. Childers performed in bars for nearly a decade before the world started to catch on to how good this kid from Kentucky is, and could be.
Childers just released his latest album “Country Squire”. It’s sure to be a classic, but that’s not where the Tyler Childers story starts. Before you listen to Country Squire, grab some headphones and listen to Tyler Childers story before Country Squire. If you love his music, you can check him out here https://tylerchildersmusic.com
Top 10 Childers Songs: Tyler Childers Playlist (2019)
The follow up to Cody Jinks’ 2018 album Lifers is due to drop on Oct.11. Titled After The Fire, this is the first album to be released on Jinks’ own label, Late August records.
There’s no denying Cody Jinks is a real country music star after nearly a decade of turning out some of our favorite albums in modern country music. Those albums and a lot of miles have made Jinks’ one of the most popular country music artists in the country with little to no air-play on mainstream radio.
If you don’t know anything about Cody Jinks, he started out in a thrash metal band called unchecked aggression. They broke up in 2005, Jinks ended up taking a year off from music. He probably did some soul searching and made the decision to go it alone in country music, the music he was raised on, and we’re glad he did.
Since 2010, Jinks has turned out stellar country music with an edge that only Texans seem to deliver.
Jinks cut 10 new songs for After the Fire, including a new version of “Think Like You Think,” which originally appeared on his debut album Collector’s Item.
On Sept. 21, Jinks dropped “William and Wanda” a beautiful ballad about his Grandparents. A simply written and played acoustic tribute to people that you can tell from the timbre in his voice that he loved deeply.
Listening to “William and Wanda” for the first time on a set of Grado cans, I couldn’t help but get wrapped up in the emotion of the song. The clear, honest expressions said between a husband and wife. The story of two people who loved each other and the plans they made. What’s more country than that?
The Essential Cody Jinks
William & Wanda Cody Jinks Album: After The Fire
William, where you been? I’ve been waiting on you since only God knows when William, come on in There’s so much to do, so glad to see you again
I haven’t been worried so much as I’ve been anxious I haven’t been sad, for the reason in the rhyme I haven’t been cryin’, that’s somethin’ that don’t happen I believed you’d make it here in your sweet time
William, I have so much to say I started us a garden when I got here that June day William, c’mon this way Meet our little boy that died on his birthday
We haven’t been worried so much as we’ve been anxious We haven’t been sad, for the reason in the rhyme We haven’t been cryin’, that’s something that don’t happen I told em’ you’d be up here some sweet time
Wanda, quit pickin’ at me I’ve been running late since 1953 Wanda, slow down, just be Hold my hand while I rock this boy to sleep
I haven’t been worried so much as I’ve been anxious I’ve been sad but there’s reason in the rhyme And I’ve done a lot of crying, that’s something just happens I just hoped I’d make it up here some sweet time