Some of the most interesting country covers are ones where the artist doing the cover is of a different gender than the artist that recorded the original. What are your five favorite “gender swap” covers?
“Jim and Jack and Hank” Alan Jackson Written by Alan Jackson It’s country. It’s clever. It’s funny. It’s classic Alan Jackson, with his signature attention to details and refusal to do cutesy rhymes at the
“Burning House” Cam Written by Jeff Bhasker, Cam, and Tyler Johnson Don’t let the stripped down production fool you. “Burning House” sounds refreshing at first because its not taking its cues from eighties hair metal
Some cover songs pale in comparison to previous incarnations. Other attempts may come across as competent but disposable. But every now and then, a cover song comes along that just might rival or even replace
Drinking is among the biggest themes in country music. What are your five favorite drinking songs? Here’s my list: John Anderson, “Straight Tequila Night” Merle Haggard, “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink” Brad
Not only is the alliteration kind of fun, Murder Monday seems appropriate, because who doesn’t want to murder Monday? What are some of your favorite murder songs? The murder came as a delicious surprise in