With the 4th of July fast approaching, it's time to assemble a soundtrack worthy of an Independence Day celebration.
There is a part of America in every type of music, but it's clear that nobody throws a patriotic party like Country. That's why we rounded up our favorite tunes fit for the 4th, a little slice of America in every song for a playlist full of pride. These are a few of our favorite Country songs for the 4th of July.
Thomas Rhett - "American Spirit"
A toast to the spirit of everyday America. For blue skies and blue jeans, a celebration of small town freedom.
Carrie Underwood - "All-American Girl"
At the center of every great American story, is a girl. From the one that has Dad wrapped around her finger, to the one that makes getting up for high school worthwhile, there's always a girl.
Sugarland - “Everyday America”
The American dream looks a little different for everyone. Captured perfect here by the duo in Sugarland.
Faith Hill - "American Heart"
Faith touches every corner of the country in this song that proves, "you can't break an American heart."
Dierks Bentley - "Home"
Trying to make sense of tragedy in the country, Bentleys sees the scars but finds the hope that home was founded on.
Toby Keith - "Courtesy Of The Red, White, And Blue (The Angry American)"
The biggest hit for Toby Keith arrives with force and a clear message that there's no messing with the U.S. of A.
Brooks & Dunn - "Only In America"
A patchwork of people across the country all shine, no matter what size they dream.
Alabama - "Born Country"
From sea to shining sea, Alabama pauses to honor the majestic landscape of which they were born in a true Country classic.