Top 5 Country Songs About Partying (Plus One)
In honor of Country Music Month, throughout October, we’re going to be running Top 5 lists of different types of country songs. Today, we present to you, the Top 5 Country Songs About Partying.
We thought long and hard and agreed that all great parties have a couple of things in common. Cold 6-packs of beer and great country music. So here is our 6-pack of the greatest country party songs of all-time in no particular order. Grab a beer and turn up the volume!
“Here For the Party” by [lastfm]Gretchen Wilson[/lastfm]
Gretchen is a woman who chews and rides 4-wheelers, you know she knows how to party.
“Friends In Low Places” by[lastfm]Garth Brooks[/lastfm]
We all have ‘em and yet we still brag about it. This maybe the greatest country song EVER!
“It’s 5 o’clock Somewhere” by [lastfm]Alan Jackson[/lastfm]
Self explanatory and a good reason to drink and, besides, Buffett sings part of it.
“All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight” by [lastfm]Hank Williams Jr.[/lastfm]
Has there ever been a family that has partied more than the Williams’ family. Plus, Van Halen is in the video, and it’s Football man!
“Boot Scootin’ Boogie” by [lastfm]Brooks and Dunn[/lastfm]
“Turn around, go to town, Boot Scootin’ Boogie.” You have to be high and at a party just to write those lyrics.
And to complete the 6 pack:
“I Love This Bar” by [lastfm]Toby Keith[/lastfm]
We all have one we love where the bartender knows you and so does security.
What songs do you think should be included in the list? Think we can make it a 12 pack?