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Lots of songs that used to fall under the southern rock that is classic are now actually
considered country dance music. As an example, Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama"
and Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Down in the Corner" are extremely popular country party tunes.

ZZ Top's "La Grange" is a very popular country line dance
track. You could notice that there a lot of mixed songs
that are genre this list, but it’s this that the folks want.

Let's Get Started.

* "Sweet Residence Alabama" / Lynyrd Skynyrd * "Free Bird" / Lynyrd

* "Folsom Prison Blues" / Johnny Cash * "Ring Of Fire" / Johnny Money

* "The Chair " / George Strait * "The Fireman" / George Strait

* "Chattahoochie" /Alan Jackson * "Tall, Tall Woods"
/ Alan Jackson

* "Shake it For Me" / Luke Bryan * "Chicken Fried" / Zac Brown

* "Wagon Wheel" / Darius Rucker * "Save a Horse" / Big and deep

* "Walkin After" Midnight/ Patsy Cline * "Crazy" / Patsy

* "Love Bug" / George Jones * "Ambitions"
/ Fleetwood Mac

* "Family Tradition" / Hank Williams Jr. * "Your Cheatin' Heart" / Hank Sr.

* "Sleepwalk" /Santo and Johnny * "Hey Bartender" / Little Big

* "Before He Cheats" / Carrie Underwood * "Bottoms Up" / Brantley Gilbert

* "Seminole Wind" / John Anderson * "10,000 Angels" / Martina Mcbride

* "Love's The Sole House" / Martina Mcbride * "Cupid Shuffle" / Cupid

* "Copperhead Road"/ Steve Earle * "Lovesick Blues" / Patsy

* "You're All I Think About" / Patti Loveless * "La Grange"/
ZZ Top

* "The Watermelon Crawl" / Tracy Byrd * "Mountain Music" / Alabama

* "Neon Moon" / Brooks and Dunn * "Sweet Child O"
Mine" / Guns 'n' Roses

* "Boot Scootin' Boogie" / Brooks and Dunn * "El Paso" / Marty Robbins

* "Six Days on The Road" / Sawyer Brown *Jump Around" /
House Of soreness

* "Achey Breaky Heart" / Billy Ray Cyrus * "Summer Of '69" / Bryan Adams

* "Cotton Eyed Joe" / Rednex * Wonderful Tonight/ Eric Clapton

* "Tennessee Waltz" / Patsy Cline * "Swingin'" / John Anderson

* "8 second ride" / Chris Ledoux * "Cadillac Ranch"
/ Chris Ledoux

* "Can't you see" / Marshall Tucker * "Redneck Woman" /
Gretchen Wilson

* "Here for the Party" / Gretchen Wilson * "Bad Moon Rising" / CCR

* "Down In The Corner" / CCR * "Midnight Special" /CCR

* "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" / Poison * "Li'l White Church" / Little Big Town

* "If We Die Young" / The Band Perry * "Better Dig 2" / The Band Perry

* "Cruise" / Florida Georgia Line * "Man I feel like a Woman"/ Shania Twain

* "Luckenbach Texas"/ Waylon and Willie * "The Gambler" / Kenny Rogers

* "Good Hearted Woman" / Waylon and Willie * "Jambalaya"
/ Hank Sr.

* "Beer for my Horses" / Toby Keith * "I Love This Bar" / Toby Keith

* "Friends In minimal Places" / Garth Brooks *
"Joy towards the World"/ 3 Dog Night
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You have at least heard of the smash television hit
'American Idol' at some point if you have
not seen the show, certainly. Well, Tim foust is definitely the American that is
next Idol just not within the pop genre. Tim Foust is certain to function as the
next great country music artist. With his visual appearance and
voice that is incredible they can make any female's knees wobble.
You are going to love Tim Foust if you are a fan of the
likes of Trace Adkins. Their sound is quite similar, with that heart stopping baritone voice so sweet, you might pay attention to him reading the telephone guide and not
develop weary from it.

Tim Foust was created in Lubbock, Texas, and enjoyed singing and writing his
own Country Music Song Lyrics even while a kid.
While in college, he learned and played extensive music that is
classical but even after two years of research at Lamar University, he could not
shake that music bug. He made the option to go out of university and join an a cappella team out of Minnesota, who toured throughout
the US. Throughout their trips, they released an record album that included Tim's first original track words.
Immediately after, he left the a cappella team to become listed on a band out of Boston.
He did over 200 shows around the country each year,
and was blessed to share the stage with the likes of Kenny Loggins
and Gladys Knight while he was with the Boston band.