By Jody Mabry on March 12, 2018
We're hitchin' a ride down south to sing a bit of the country blues. Country music can speak to the soul of any of its listeners. Whether you're stuck in a rut or falling in love, we'll tell you what your country theme song should be!
Country music began around the early 1920s in the southern states of America. The earliest singers would include names like Jimmie Rodgers and Vernon Dalhart. Later years would bring on pioneers like Johnny Cash and George Strait and we can't forget about the women like Reba McEntire and Dolly Parton.
All these artists were singing about their experiences and those of others. If you feel like you're in a rut, maybe you're like Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues." You might feel like life is passing you by, but we're sure you're going to come out on top soon! If you're trying to open yourself up to a relationship that seems like it's not meant to be, you might be dealing with a "Complicated" situation like Carolyn Dawn Johnson. Does the Zac Brown Band have you enjoying the small things in life or maybe you're feeling nostalgic about the past? What is your true country theme song?
Answer these questions and we'll let you know if you're singing the blues or if you'll be drinking a cold beer on a Friday night!