Can You Identify These Trucks from Country Music Videos?

By: Jacqueline Samaroo
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About This Quiz

Feel in the mood for a rip-roaring trucking adventure? Then drive right into this country music trucks quiz, but be warned - they're NOT all Chevys!

Country music lovers know that almost every video will have at least one truck featured in it. That's because there's "Somethin' ' Bout a Truck" in a country music video that just feels natural and right. Come to think of it, there something about A BUNCH OF TRUCKS in a country music video that's just natural and right, too.

There are many country songs which focus on that one special truck - often one which holds sentimental value like the memory of a loved one. Do you remember that sad but inspiring song about a fallen soldier's truck and the brother who still drives it? We know you do, but can you recall what type of truck was featured in the music video? It's in the quiz, go find out!

Nothing is more fun than a bunch of trucks tearing up a dirt road or a farmer's field - set to the tune of a good ol' country song, of course. 18-wheelers, four-wheel drives or awesome-looking vintage trucks - doesn't matter, as long as the dust goes flying! We're thinking of one song in particular (you know the one) and we took a few trucks from it. Think you can identify them? Shift into gear and give it a shot!

You'll have to be a big fan of both country music and trucks to get all of these correct. "Cruise" into the quiz and show us you are, now!

"Cruise" (2012) was Florida Georgia Line’s debut single. The song propelled the country music duo, made up of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, to record-breaking success. It was the first country song to be certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), an award reserved for albums or singles which sell 10 million units.

Easton Corbin released "Let’s Ride" as a promotional single in 2015. Corbin, who has released three studio albums, so far, began his country music career when he entered a contest in 2005.

Alan Jackson released "Chattahoochee" in 1983 and it went on to win both the Single of the Year and Song of the Year titles at the CMA. The truck featured in the video is a white 1985 Chevrolet K-10. Another Chevy, a 1965 Chevy Bel Air, is also shown.

Singer/songwriter Ashton Shepherd released "Sounds So Good" as the title track and second single of her debut album in 2008. It peaked at number 21 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

The 2003 GMC Sierra we see in Tim McGraw’s "Truck Yeah" is one of over a dozen trucks featured in the video. The songwriters revealed in an interview that when they initial took the songs to producers, they were repeatedly turned down. The song became quite popular, however, with the lyrics, video and McGraw’s delivery all coming in for high praise.

This sentimental song by Lee Brice pays tributes to fallen soldiers and the families who live with their memory. Following on its release in 2012, "I Drive Your Truck" won the Song of the Year title at both the CMA and ACM awards.

A bright red 2013 Ram 1500 is the focus of Miranda Lambert’s Gold-certified 2015 song "Little Red Wagon." At the end of the music video, Lambert can be seen wearing a belt which reads “Blake Shelton.” Lambert and fellow country music star Shelton were married in 2012 and divorced in 2015.

Ashton Shepherd’s 2011 version of "Look It Up" is a cover of Australian country singer Jasmine Rae’s original from 2008. In the video, Shepherd holds a yard sale for all of her husband’s belongings, including his 2004 Nissan Titan, as revenge for his cheating ways.

Jason Aldean’s "Dirt Road Anthem" (2011) features a 2011 Ram 1500. The song uses a combination of singing and rapping. Aldean’s version of "Dirt Road Anthem" comes after the two versions its writers Colt Ford and Brantley Gilbert had released.

Two Ford trucks are shown in Tim McGraw’s "Truck Yeah" video. They are a 1960 and a 1966 Ford F-series. The 2012 song made it all the way to numbers 10 and 11, respectively on the Country Airplay and Hot Country Songs charts by Billboard.

There are two Jeep Wranglers in Luke Bryan’s video for "Crash My Party" (2013). The song was the title track of Bryan’s fourth album and it went on to be certified Double Platinum by the RIAA.

"Chillin’ It" is the second single on Cole Swindell’s 2014 debut album. Swindell had, however, independently released the song the year before. The Chevy in the music video for "Chillin’ It" is a 1972 Blazer.

In "Girl in a Country Song," Maddie & Tae present their criticism of how females are represented in bro-country music. The video, which features three Chevy Silverados and a Task Force 3100, pokes fun with its gender role-reversal of the actors.

Miranda Lambert wrote "Roots and Wings" exclusively for Ram Trucks after entering into a partnership with Ram in 2014. The song was released to accompany advertising for a new line of Ram Trucks. The song, which has enjoyed a high level of popularity, is not available on any of Lambert’s albums.

Only one Jeep is shown in "Girls Like Jeeps" and the beautiful vehicle does very well all on its own. Pat Morgan is an up-and-coming country music singer/songwriter and this is perhaps his most popular release so far.

Kip Moore’s 2012 debut album, Up All Night, featured Beer Money as its second track. Both the song and the album were very successful, earning Gold and Platinum certifications, respectively, from the RIAA.

Eric Church’s "Two Pink Lines" is about a couple doing a pregnancy test and sitting in a truck as they anxiously await the result. Interesting, while the lyrics say they were in a Ford, the truck in the video is a 1976 Chevy C-10! The song, which was released in 2006 made it to number 19 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

Tim McGraw’s "Truck Yeah" shows a total of five Chevy trucks. The song serves as recognition of the place trucks hold in the culture behind country music. It was released in 2012, around the same time as many other truck-related songs from several country music artists.

Russell Dickerson’s song "Blue Tacoma" was released as a single from his debut album Yours. Dickerson revealed in an interview that elements of song were taken from experiences he and his wife had while living in California and driving on the Pacific Coast Highway.

When Charly McClain first released "Who’s Cheatin’ Who" in 1980, her version went all the way to number one on the Hot Country Songs chart from Billboard. Alan Jackson’s 1997 version also fared well, making it to the number two spot on the same chart.

"Days of Gold" was first released in 2012 by The Cadillac Three. When Jake Owen did a cover of it a year later, he made it the title track of his fourth album. Owen’s version made its way into the top 20 on both the Billboard Country Airplay and Billboard Hot Country Songs charts.

Just as the title states, Paul Randy Mingo’s "It's A Jeep Thing" is all about Jeeps. Quite a few of them appear in the video, being put through their paces on some pretty rough (and MUDDY!) terrain.

Three Chevys and two Jeeps are proudly displayed in the "Take a Little Ride" video. The song was released as the first single on Aldean’s fifth Album, Night Train (2012).

Gretchen Wilson won the Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for her rendition of "Redneck Woman." The song went all the way to number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. In the song, Wilson gives a shout out to long-time country music star Tanya Tucker, who also makes an appearance in the video.

Two huge Peterbilt 379s are featured in "Truck Yeah" (2012) by Tim McGraw. They transport the other, smaller trucks which are driven by McGraw and company round a dirt yard throughout the video.

Julianne Hough’s "That Song In My Head" peaked at number 18 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The 2008 single was featured as track number one on Hough’s self-titled debut album.

Two Fords are shown in the video for Alan Jackson’s "Drive (For Daddy Gene)" – a 1964 Ford F-100 which he drives as a young boy with his father and a Ford Bronco driven by his daughters as he guides them. The song, however, names the second vehicle as a Jeep.

"5-1-5-0" is a Gold-certified single from Dierks Bentley’s third album. The song’s title (pronounced five-one-five-oh) refers to someone being involuntary held for evaluation in a psychiatric facility. Over a dozen vehicles are featured in the video, including several Chevys.

A 2001 Toyota Tacoma makes an appearance in Josh Turner’s video for his 2007 hit "Firecracker." The popular song, which Turner co-wrote, landed at number 2 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

Country rapper Colt Ford included "Drivin’ Around Song" on his fourth album, Declaration of Independence (2012). The song was certified Gold by the RIAA and the album made it all the way to number one on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart.

"This Is How We Roll" was certified an amazing 4 x Platinum by the RIAA. The song was featured on Florida Georgia Line’s debut album Here's to the Good Times, which got a Double Platinum certification.

The video for "That Don't Impress Me Much" by Shania Twain shows the singer stranded in the desert and attempting to hitchhike her way out by stopping passing vehicles. Counting the horse, Twain was offered but refused a total of five rides that didn’t impress her much.

"Drive (For Daddy Gene)" was a single from Alan Jackson’s album Drive. The song topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The video for Drive (For Daddy Gene) was selected as Best Music Video at the Country Music Awards.

An impressive-looking Ram truck takes the lead in "Guts and Glory" by Levi Hummon. The song, which honors the American spirit, was released on Hummon’s self-titled 2016 debut album.

Dierks Bentley has had over a dozen songs take the number one spot on the charts, and "Feel That Fire" is one of them. Bentley released "Feel That Fire" in 2008 and made it the title track of his fourth album in 2009.

The song "Daddy’s Truck" speaks of a man’s memories of his father triggered by an old truck he owns. Big City Brian Wright has described his songs as “Real songs about real life, the way country music was intended.”

"Cruise" (2012) started out at number 99 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It rose to number one and spent an incredible 24 weeks in that position. On the year-end version of the Hot Country Songs chart, "Cruise" again reigned at number one.

Maddie & Tae released "Girl in a Country Song" in 2014 as their debut single. They became the second female duo in history to have its debut single top the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

Carrie Underwood’s "Smoke Break" pays tribute to hard working men and women in need of a break. The video for "Smoke Break" was nominated for both Female Video of the Year and Video of the Year at the 2016 CMT Music Awards. It won in the first category.

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