Vol. 5: Back Roads

We’re dedicating this month entirely to good ole’ Country-Western classics. Complete iTunes & Spotify playlists at end of article.

Got some suggestions? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Here’s what we’ve been listening to:

“On The Road Again” – Willie Nelson

Perfect song to ring in a new road trip!



“A Boy Named Sue” – Johnny Cash

Wouldn’t be right if we didn’t include a choice by the Man in Black.



“Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys” – Waylon Jennings

Interesting title – great tune.



“Crazy” – Patsy Cline

Slow jam covered across many genres (*originally composed by Willie Nelson).



“Family Tradition” – Hank Williams Jr.

A fun song that celebrates one of the most important parts of life: family.



“Your Place Or Mine Gary Stewart

Seems like the defacto party song in the country-western scene.



“You Ain’t Woman Enough” – Loretta Lynn

Old school trash talkin’ song – wish they still made them like this today.



“Drink Up & Be Somebody” – Merle Haggard

Song title says it all – would make a cool T-shirt.



“Hello Vietnam” – Johnny Wright

Somber melody with strong lyrics inspired by the war.



“King Of The Road” – Roger Miller

Essential anthem for anyone living on the road.




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About: Camp Trend Playlist

Each month, we select 10 songs that we’re tuned into on the road and share them with you.  No genre or publication year is considered “out of bounds” as we have a diverse music taste and our goal is to make a collaboration of tracks that are excellent for campfires, roadtrips, and all other escapes from the absurdities of modern life.