anonymous asked:

country music suuuuuuuucks, markmelancon

this is the part where I tell you that Johnny Cash could kick your sorry behind, and then you say “no not him he’s too cool to count as country” and then Hank iii flies in outta nowhere and puts you in a submission hold and Dolly and Miranda come by with a li'l moonshine and we all have fun without you


September 28th 1974 - Waylon Jennings’ “I’m A Ramblin’ Man” rambles on to #1 on the Billboard country chart


Chase Rice - Everybody We Know Does

A letter that Johnny Cash wrote to June Carter in 1994 was voted the greatest love letter of all time, beating out others written by Winston Churchill, Jimi Hendrix, romantic poet John Keats, and Hollywood lovers Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. They were married from 1968 until June passed away in 2003. Johnny died 4 months later. Source Source 2

Full letter:

Another love letter that Cash wrote to Carter.

The “uh... oh yeah I totally love country” playlist

“Jolene” by Dolly Parton
“Before He Cheats” by Carrie Underwood
“Hurt” by Nine Inch Nails, as covered by Johnny Cash
“You and I” by Lady Gaga
“Daddy Lessons” by Beyonce
“Drink You Away” by Justin Timberlake
“Over and Over” by Nelly and Tim McGraw


Florida Georgia Line - H.O.L.Y.