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The Perfect Country Tailgate-Themed Party Playlist

The Perfect Country Tailgate-Themed Party Playlist

If there’s anything they teach you growing up in Alabama, it’s how to throw a good party. Whether it’s in celebration of your favorite college football team’s spring scrimmage or before a big conference game on a Saturday in the fall, a good Southerner will never run out of excuses for donning a pair of faded jorts, a cut-off T-shirt and some cowboy boots and throwing down. Grab your Miller High Life and a red Solo cup and crank this playlist up, and a good time is sure to follow.

“A Country Boy Can Survive” — Hank Williams

“Sweet Home Alabama” — Lynyrd Skynyrd

“Dixieland Delight” — Alabama

“Fake ID” — Big & Rich feat. Gretchen Wilson

“She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy” — Kenny Chesney

“Boot Scootin’ Boogie” — Brooks & Dunn

“Alabama” — Colt Ford

“Cotton Eye Joe” — Rednex

“Chattahoochee” — Alan Jackson

“Be My Baby Tonight” — John Michael Montgomery

“Red Solo Cup” — Toby Keith

“Chicken Fried” — Zac Brown Band

“Toes” — Zac Brown Band

“Beer Run” — Todd Snider

“Beer in Mexico” — Kenny Chesney

“When the Sun Goes Down” — Kenny Chesney, Uncle Kracker

“Ready Set Roll” — Chase Rice

“Take My Drunk Ass Home” — Luke Bryan

“Country Girl (Shake It For Me)” — Luke Bryan

“Bama Anthem” — 63 Boyz

“I Like It, I Love It” — Tim McGraw

“Lookin’ Out My Back Door” — Creedence Clearwater Revival

Haley

Haley is a writer and editor based in Birmingham, Alabama, who specializes in narrative nonfiction. She began writing at age 16 after enrolling in her North Alabama high school's newspaper class. She later studied journalism and history at the University of Alabama. In her spare time, she prepares for her eventual sorting into Slytherin House, has frequent chats with her bust of Abraham Lincoln, and feeds an inordinate amount of lettuce to her pet bunny, Ray Bradbury. To contact her, please shout into the nearest void or talk loudly about Jason Isbell’s discography.
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