alabama bands

You assholes never send me music asks.
  • Alabama Shakes: Favorite female lead?
  • Arctic Monkeys: Favorite male lead?
  • Ben Howard: An album that reminds you of your favorite season?
  • Bon Iver: An album you could listen to on repeat for years?
  • Bastille: A song that brings back bad memories?
  • The Beatles: An artist you think is overrated?
  • Coldplay: A band you used to love but never listen to anymore?
  • Daft Punk: Favorite instrumental (no vocals) song?
  • Dawes: A genre of music you absolutely cannot stand?
  • Electric Light Orchestra: Favorite song to help you cheer up?
  • Elliot Smith: Favorite song to listen to when you're sad?
  • Evanesence: Ever done drugs and listened to music?
  • Fun.: Put your music on shuffle and list the first three.
  • Fall Out Boy: First album you fell in love with?
  • Green Day: A song that makes you feel rebellious?
  • George Ezra: A song that reminds you of a past lover?
  • Genesis: A band that your parents always played when you were little?
  • Hozier: Favorite brand new artist?
  • Iron & Wine?: What song would you want to be played at your wedding?"
  • Imagine Dragons: What song would you want played at your funeral?
  • Jack Johnson: A song you heard in a movie and fell in love with?
  • Joy Division: Your least favorite album by your favorite band?
  • The Killers: Name your top three songs of all time.
  • Linkin Park: Suggest a band you think I might like.
  • Led Zeppelin: Favorite album art?
  • Muse: Craziest music video you've ever seen?
  • Mumford & Sons: Favorite cover version of a song you love?
  • The National: A song you sing in the shower?
  • Nathaniel Rateliff: A song that never fails to make you emotional?
  • One Direction: Backstreet Boys or NSYNC?
  • Pink Floyd: You can go back in time to see any band you want. Who would it be?
  • Queen: You can meet any band member, living or dead, and hang out with them for 24 hours. Who would it be?
  • Radiohead: Favorite concert you've ever been to (or a band you want to see live).
  • Rihanna: A musician you respect, even if you might not like their music?
  • Roo Panes: Favorite acoustic version of a song?
  • Simon & Garfunkel: Favorite album movie? (Ex. Yellow Submarine, The Wall, Help!, The Graduate)
  • Skrillex: What's the strangest song you have on your Ipod right now?
  • Tame Impala: A band none of your friends listen to?
  • Taylor Swift: Name that one artist that literally makes you so angry you're willing to throw the damn radio right out the window to make it stop.
  • U2: A song or album that somehow got onto your Ipod but you have no idea where it came from??? Weird.
  • The Vaccines: What are your favorite lyrics? Quote them for me. Do they mean something special to you?
  • Vampire Weekend: A band or artist you follow on Twitter?
  • Vance Joy: An artist where you can never tell what the hell they're singing?
  • Weezer: Favorite oldschool band?
  • The xx: A genre/band you've been getting into that you never thought you would enjoy?
Ace Attorney Music Headcanons

Ever wonder what your favorite character’s music tastes were? Consider this:

Phoenix Wright has a preference for soft rock, though he usually enjoys whatever Trucy and Maya introduce him to. His favorite bands in college were “Death Cab for Cutie” and “The Postal Service”, though he also really likes 80’s and 90’s music, like “Supertramp” and “Led Zeppelin.” His underlings once asked him why he listens to “outdated music” (reminder that this takes place in 2028), but he just responds with “respect the classics.” His favorite artist is “David Bowie.”

Miles Edgeworth, unsurprisingly, really likes classical music and appreciates a variety of composers. However, he also tends to like pop music, even though he tries to keep is a secret (of course he couldn’t hide it from Phoenix and Trucy). Phoenix once introduced him to some of his favorites and he has seemingly taken a liking to them (He and Phoenix will often sing DCFC together when nobody is around). Despite his enjoyment for pop music, he cannot see the appeal for “The Gavinners.” His favorite composers are Dvorak and Holst, though he also really likes “The Weeknd.”

Apollo Justice is mostly into modern pop and gentle acapella and acoustic. He tends to enjoy female singers more, and his favorite artist is “Lamiroir.” He also likes “The Gavinners” though he tries to keep it a secret (he’s embarrassed and Klavier thinks it’s adorable). Klavier tried to introduce him to some of his hard rock pieces, but Apollo couldn’t really get into it. This later prompted Klavier to write more gentle accoustic pieces in his most recent albums (to which Klavier later caught Apollo humming). Apollo also really likes “Studio Killers.”

Klavier Gavin, being a musician, appreciates just about every type of music. He loves all forms of rock music and has no objections to pop music either. He doesn’t necessarily listen to country, but he can appreciate the emotion put into each piece. His favorite bands are “Cake” and “The White Rabbits” (he’s also a big fan of “Lamiroir.“) You’ll never hear him complain when it comes to a music playlist.

Athena Cykes ADORES electro swing and techno music. She listens to “The Gavinners” as well, though she’s not as crazy of a fan than most people. She’ll often listen multilingual music, and she especially likes French artists like “Stromae.” She has a soft spot for love songs too. Her favorite band is “Caravan Palace.”

Simon Blackquill is surprisingly into folk music. His music taste is very cultural based, though it’s not just Japanese folk songs. He greatly appreciates Chinese and Celtic music as well as Harlem jazz too. He also happens to really like soul music, making his favorite band “Alabama Shakes.”

Trucy Wright LOVES “The Gavinners” and several other boy bands. She typically likes modern pop culture music, though she appreciates lesser known bands like “C2C” and “Trevor Wesley.” She really likes “Estelle” too. She and Miles will often sing pop songs on the radio together whenever he drives her places (and they’re both admittedly sick of hearing “Despacito”). She also loves singing musicals like “Hamilton” and “Be More Chill” with the agency (everyone in the agency really likes musicals oddly enough). Trucy’s favorite band is “Twenty-One Pilots.”


I thought I heard a plane crashing, but now I think it was your passion snapping. (11.11.15)

LA Dispute // Such Small Hands

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Round Up Aug 9th - 15th

Hi to all followers of Jungle Indie Rock, old and new. Here we are with this weeks, Round Up of new music (audio & video only) posted here on Jungle Indie Rock, by Mar and Reb.  Take a look and see what you might have missed over the last 7 days. New followers can also check out many previous posts here on the site Archive. You can see previous Round Up’s Here.

Reb’s Recommends for this weeks are, Video: Mike Garry & Joe Duddell - St Anthony: An Ode to Anthony H Wilson I just love this, video is not great, but the poem and arrangement with New Order’s, Your Silent Face, certainly is!!! Audio: Mercury Rev - Are You Ready? I am looking forward to the new album. Hope you enjoy Reb !!!

Mercury Rev - Are You Ready?

Shannon and the Clams - Point of Being Right

Sleuth - A Finely Tuned Machine

Julien Baker - Sprained Ankle

Salad Boys - Dream Date

The Dears - I Used To Pray For The Heavens To Fall

Joanna Newsom - Sapokanikan

Girl Band - Paul

Prides - Little Danger

Alabama Shakes - Over My Head

Alabama Shakes - Future People

Lana Del Rey - High By The Beach (Official Audio)

Editors - Life Is A Fear

Leon Bridges - Smooth Sailin’ - Vevo dscvr (Live)

Great Lake Swimmers - I Must Have Someone Else’s Blues

Noveller - Pulse Point

Spector - Stay High

CHVRCHES - Never Ending Circles (lyric video)

Mike Garry & Joe Duddell - St Anthony: An Ode to Anthony H Wilson

Chris Cornell - Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart (Lyric Video)

The Bulls - Small Problems

James Vincent McMorrow - How To Waste A Moment

Lana Del Rey - High By The Beach

Dilly Dally - Desire

Born Ruffians - We Made It

Hinds - Chili Town

Vetiver - Current Carry

Foals - Daffodils (Mark Ronson Cover)

The Arcs - Put a Flower in Your Pocket

METRIC - The Shade

Matthew E. White - Vision

Tarja Turunen - Ave Maria

anonymous asked:

tell me the parade story

I was in the Alabama Million Dollar Band for two years of college. And when you’re closely connected to a top tier football team in the South, you have a lot of fun experiences.

One example happened during a home game. The band tradition is that after we play some cheers on the library steps, we get into parade formation and march into the stadium. One drunk person with no tickets saw this as an opportunity, asking me if I would sell my trumpet and uniform to him for $60. We were already in parade formation.


Big record find from a couple months ago at a flea market: The Greatest Country Music Recordings of All Time by the Franklin Mint; a 50-box, 100-LP set with extensive liner notes. Goes from the earliest recordings through the early 80s. 

Best of all, it didn’t break my rule of only buying $2 records. Got the whole set for $100. Heckuva deal!

Found someone who annotated some of the details if you’re interested:

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My 25 Most Influential Albums of 2013

Alright folks, here is the list. I didn’t anticipate how difficult this would be but here we are. Instead of pulling the typical top albums “released” this year, I made of the top 25 albums of MY year.

Regardless of when they were released here are the albums that got me through, shifted the days of my week and made my skin crawl in one of the biggest years of my life. I connected with these albums and I hope you can too.  Attached is a youtube link to one of my favorite tracks from each album, but highly suggest checking out the whole shin-dig of each artist.

25. Ivan & Alyosha- “All the Times We Had”

The boys brought my windows down and almost blew my speakers in my car. Their classic indie-rock vibes and dynamic lyrics picked up my summer whenever it decided to lay down. They are going to go far so keep your ears open.

24. Counting Crows- “Underwater Sunshine (or What We Did On Our Summer Vacation”

This album let me feel like my 90s self in a time when I was older and maybe a little less wise. Released in 2012, Underwater Sunshine proves that Counting Crows still has plenty to say and it isn’t just about Mr. Jones. Complete with one of my favorite “Ooh La La” covers of all time this album lets me dream of big city living.

23. Gregory Alan Isakov- “That Sea, The Gambler”

Well, I could talk about Mr. Isakov all day. Strong folk chords, classy facial hair, and his favorite day is Tuesday. He released an incredible album this year called “The Weatherman”, but “That Sea, The Gambler” took the cake for my 2013. His lyrics have come to define love for me in a little way, and frankly I am incredible grateful to know this music.

22. Bombay Bicycle Club- “A Different Kind of Fix”

Ah the Bicycle Club. Perfect for days when you feel like you could literally run the world. Get the girl, climb the mountain, and move to a foreign country where you have zero knowledge of the language. Take a walk to this album. Now that is an adventure.

21. Kodaline- “In A Perfect World”

I just got into Kodaline this year, and may actually have fallen in love. With their indie rock melodies and modern folk lyric undertones, I imagine myself in a canoe when I listen to it… so take that however you would like to.

20. The Damnwells- “Bastards of the Beat”

So anyone that has known me long enough knows that I have a major toner for the Damnwells. I basically can’t get over it and haven’t been able to for years. They are currently crowd-funding their next album so keep an ear out for that. One of their older collections “Bastards of the Beat” really struck its chord with my again this year, with lyrics that continue to be relevant and entirely descriptive of my Sunday evenings.

19. The Tallest Man on Earth- “Shallow Grave”

Any lover of beards and folk music loves The Tallest Man on Earth, who I swear must get a kick out of making me what to live off the grid in the wilderness. “Shallow Grave” was his debut album a few years ago and I don’t think I could have made it through January without it. All it really needs is a hammock and a beer.

18. Ben Howard- “Every Kingdom”

I think Ben Howard decided this year that he wanted every hipster woman to fall in love with him, because they basically did. “Every Kingdom” is a journey in its own right. Completely rearranging the way you feel about your own skin.

17. Library Voices- “Summer of Lust”

“Summer of Lust” was everything I wanted out of my summer. Library Voices is a twelve piece pop collective based out of good ol’ Canada and I am telling you right now that you are about to feel pretty damn awesome while you listen to this. This album pumped me up for two artists internships this last year and straight up creates roadtrips. Have fun with this one, certainly an all-time favorite.

16. Bon Iver- “For Emma, Forever Ago”

A true list of my year in music couldn’t be complete without a little Bon Iver. I don’t think I will ever emotionally be able to get Emma either. Plus “Wolves” live is literally a religious experience I won’t be able to forget.

15. Feist- “Metals”

Feist really brings down the house with their album “Metals”. I feel about as feminist as them come when I hear these chords, and also become my most productive self with these tunes in the backdrop. No matter what season it is I always fall back to this one.

14. The Shins- “Port of Morrow”

Seeing the Shins live is still something unchecked on my bucket list, but until that time comes I will just turn “Port of Morrow” as loud as it goes in my car. These are lyrics. The Shins came in a little harder with this one and I most certainly responded. This album could easily score my biographical movie, maybe it will someday.

13. Cold Specks- “I Predict A Graceful Expulsion”

Cold Specks entered into my 2013 pretty late, but the discovery completely knocked me off my feet. This chick comes in strong from the UK, with lazy day melodies and big time lyrics. She speaks for herself, and is the soundtrack to my winter.

12. The Head and the Heart- “The Head and the Heart”

If a band is going to make a music video of them playing in a stairwell in their underwear, they are going to have to make my list. But in all seriousness this album defined me, it said things I didn’t know how to say and made me feel like my dream of working on a railroad in a different time was a legitimate dream. Big voices, big beats, and maybe a few tears. The Head and the Heart knows how to take me places.

11. The Lumineers- “The Lumineers”

Everybody decided to fangirl over the Lumineers this year and I was no exception. I mean it would be impossible not to feel your skin drip off when you listen to this album. They got everyone a little into indie-folk and I can’t complain about that. They have a song for each emotion, and I am thrilled to see what they drop in the future.

10. Trevor Hall- “This is Blue”

Trevor Hall thought it would be fun to sneak back into this year, and ended up totally shifting everything for me. When making this list I knew “This is Blue” had to make the top 10. There are few words to describe how I feel about this one. I don’t really think any words in English do it justice.

09. Alabama Shakes- “Boys & Girls”

Hi blues-rock it’s great to see you. Alabama Shakes formed a few years ago but really hit my scene this year. Damn this is album, through and through. It is in its best when you listen to the whole thing start to finish, and really let yourself get deep into these beats. Also their front-runner Britney Howard could run the world. Just saying.

08. Ray LaMontange- “Trouble”

Ray LaMontange has been doing his thing for a while now, and may just have the beard of the century. I feel right back into “Trouble” this year, hard not to when it houses some of my favorite songs of all time. Rediscovering these lyrics was pretty fun for me- since I seemed to connect to them on a whole new level this time around.

07. Kopecky Family Band- “Kids Raising Kids”

Oh Kopecky. Stop being so attractive. But don’t stop. Also don’t ever stop making music because oh my goodness. These kids can bring it. Nothing compares to their live performance, and their music is extremely unique and is doing everything it can to define my twenties. They truly sound like a family, and always remind me of my chosen family no matter where they are around the world.

06. Nathaniel Rateliff- “Falling Faster Than You Can Run”

Nathaniel Rateliff. This fella sends me. There are some of these lyrics I will never be able to get over and I nearly drop to the floor when this album comes on. I will most likely also be in tears. Something about this one really rips into me, reminds me why art is important, and says everything I am still trying to say.

05. The Cave Singers- “No Witch”

The Cave Singers always bring their beards to the party, and “No Witch” really brings me to the party. This album soundtracks all of the success I got to feel this year, and gets me excited for the coming adventures with the ones I hold closely, usually staying on endless repeat. Also the album cover is just so unusual and I kind of love it.

04. James Vincent McMorrow- “Early in the Morning”

To say that I had a personal revelation to this album is an understatement. I am a big believer in the idea that “music cures”, and I think that parts of me were forever saved by this album this past year. “Early in the Morning” hosts one of my happiest songs and one of my saddest songs, all in one. I owe a great deal of myself to this beard.

03. Fleetwood Mac- “Tusk”

Mhmmmm Fleetwood. If you know me you know I am a huge Fleetwood Mac fan. I am proud. I am confident. And also I dance. The album I played the most this year has to be “Tusk”. It builds, it falls, and it defines my personality in a ton of weird ways. I might as well be that crazy witch from American Horror Story who is obsessed with Stevie Nicks. But honestly this music is pretty damn good about defining some of yours days, and it will always influence me in one way or another.

02. Lord Huron- “Lonesome Dreams”

Putting Lord Huron at number two was one of the toughest choices of this making this countdown, since “Lonesome Dreams” is one of those albums that takes me to places I’ve never been. Sometimes I could swear I was reborn when I heard it for the first time. Each song is an adventure that seemlessly flows into the next. This album was a big inspiration for getting me though into 2013 and forcing me to thrive. Take the time for it.

01. Aunt Martha- “Candymaker”

Well here we are. Number one. This year “Candymaker” was reignited for me, in ways I would have never entirely anticipated. This album is the home to songs that helped me find new maps of myself, songs that move me to ends of the earth, inspire me, and also houses the song that soundtracks one of the most incredible friendships I’ve ever had the pleasure discovering. This is music.

Thanks for taking the time to check this out, and a big shout out to some of the artists that just barely didn’t make the cut like The Civil Wars, Family of the Year,Damien Rice, Plants and Animals, The Jezabels, and many more. 

Cheers to another upcoming year of incredible music. 

therjmoore's favorite country songs (alphabetical order)
  • “All Kinds of Kinds” - Miranda Lambert
  • “American Saturday Night” - Brad Paisley
  • “Angels” - Randy Travis
  • “Angry All the Time” - Tim McGraw
  • “The Answer” - Josh Turner
  • “Appalachian Wine” - Eleventyseven
  • “As She’s Walking Away” - Zac Brown Band feat. Alan Jackson
  • “Back When” - Tim McGraw
  • “Backslider Blues” - Alabama
  • “Beat This Summer” - Brad Paisley
  • “Behind the Clouds” - Brad Paisley
  • “Better Dig Two” - The Band Perry
  • “Beyond the Reef” - Randy Travis
  • “Big Green Tractor” - Jason Aldean
  • “Bless the Broken Road” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Blown Away” - Carrie Underwood
  • “Blue Mesa” - Randy Travis
  • “Book of John” - Tim McGraw
  • “Boondocks” - Little Big Town
  • “A Boy Named Sue” - Johnny Cash
  • “Boys ‘Round Here” - Blake Shelton
  • “Brand New Girlfriend” - Steve Holy
  • “Breathe” - Faith Hill
  • “Calypso” - John Denver
  • “Carry You” - Mac Powell
  • “Catch All the Fish” - Brad Paisley
  • “Changed” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Chicken Fried” - Zac Brown Band
  • “Cloud of Dust” - Brad Paisley
  • “Collision of Worlds” - Brad Paisley feat. Robbie Williams
  • “Come Wake Me Up” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Copperhead Road” - Steve Earle
  • “Cotton Eye Joe 2002” - Rednex
  • “Country Girl (Shake It for Me)” - Luke Bryan
  • “Country Must Be Country Wide” - Brantley Gilbert
  • “Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue (The Angry American)” - Toby Keith
  • “Cowboy Boogie” - Randy Travis
  • “Cowboy Casanova” - Carrie Underwood
  • “The Cowboy in Me” - Tim McGraw
  • “Cowboys and Angels” - Dustin Lynch
  • “Crazy Town” - Jason Aldean
  • “Creepin’” - Eric Church
  • “Cruise” - Florida Georgia Line
  • “Daddy Sang Bass” - Johnny Cash
  • “Danny Boy” - Johnny Cash
  • “Death of a Married Man” - Brad Paisley feat. Eric Idle
  • “Death of a Single Man” - Brad Paisley
  • “Deeper Than the Holler” - Randy Travis
  • “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” - Charlie Daniels
  • “Diggin’ Up Bones” - Randy Travis
  • “Dirt Road Anthem” - Jason Aldean
  • “Don’t Do It, Darling” - George Jones
  • “Don’t Rock the Jukebox” - Alan Jackson
  • “Down at the Old Corral” - Randy Travis
  • “Down to the River to Pray” - Alison Krauss
  • “Drink in My Hand” - Eric Church
  • “East Bound and Down” - Jerry Reed
  • “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)” - Gary Allan
  • “Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me” - Hunter Hayes
  • “Everything and All” - Randy Travis feat. Brad Paisley
  • “Eye Candy” - Josh Turner
  • “Facebook Friends” - Brad Paisley
  • “Fast Cars and Freedom” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Feels Like Today” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Felt Good on My Lips” - Tim McGraw
  • “Find Me a Baby” - Josh Turner
  • “Find Yourself” - Brad Paisley
  • “Five O'Clock 500” - Alabama
  • “Fly Over States” - Jason Aldean
  • “Folsom Prison Blues” - Brooks & Dunn feat. Johnny Cash
  • “Folsom Prison Blues” - Johnny Cash
  • “Footloose” - Blake Shelton
  • “Forever and Ever, Amen” - Randy Travis
  • “Forever Together” - Randy Travis
  • “Four Walls” - Randy Travis
  • “Free and Easy Down the Road I Go” - Dierks Bentley
  • “Friend of a Friend” - Tim McGraw
  • “Friends in Low Places” - Garth Brooks
  • “From This Moment On” - Shania Twain
  • “Get Even” - Brad Paisley"
  • “Gimme That Girl” - Joe Nichols
  • “Give My Love to Rose” - Johnny Cash
  • “God Bless the U.S.A.” - Lee Greenwood
  • “God Gave Me You” - Blake Shelton
  • “Goodbye in Her Eyes” - Zac Brown Band
  • “Grown Men Don’t Cry” - Tim McGraw
  • “Harvey Bodine” - Brad Paisley
  • “He Stopped Loving Her Today” - George Jones
  • “He Walked on Water” - Randy Travis
  • “Here for a Good Time” - George Strait
  • “Heroes and Freinds” - Randy Travis
  • “Highway Don’t Care” - Tim McGraw feat. Taylor Swift & Keith Urban
  • “The Hole” - Randy Travis
  • “Home of the Blues” - Johnny Cash
  • “Homeboy” - Eric Church
  • “Honky Tonk Moon” - Randy Travis
  • “House of the Rising Sun” - The Animals
  • “The House That Built Me” - Miranda Lambert
  • “How Country Feels” - Randy Houser
  • “Hula Hands” - Randy Travis
  • “I Ain’t Ready to Quit” - Jason Aldean
  • “I am a Man of Constant Sorrow” - The Soggy Bottom Boys
  • “I Can See It in Your Eyes” - Randy Travis
  • “I Can’t Change the World” - Brad Paisley
  • “I Do But I Don’t” - Tim McGraw
  • “I Drive Your Truck” - Lee Brice
  • “I Hope That’s Me” - Brad Paisley
  • “I Hope You Dance” - Lee Ann Womack feat. Sons of the Desert
  • “I Hung My Head” - Johnny Cash
  • “I Like It, I Love It” - Tim McGraw
  • “I Love a Rainy Night” - Eddie Rabbitt
  • “I Melt” - Rascal Flatts
  • “I See the Want to in Your Eyes” - Conway Twitty
  • “I Told You So” - Randy Travis
  • “I Walk the Line” - Johnny Cash
  • “I Wanna Talk About Me” - Toby Keith
  • “I Wonder” - Billy Ray Cyrus
  • “I Wonder Do You Think of Me” - Keith Whitley
  • “I Won’t Need You Anymore (Always and Forever)” - Randy Travis
  • “If I Didn’t Have You” - Randy Travis
  • “If I Die Young” - The Band Perry
  • “If You’re Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows)” - Rodney Atkins
  • “If You’re Gonna Play in Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band)” - Alabama
  • “I’ll Be There” - Josh Turner
  • “I’ll Fly Away” - Gillian Welch & Alison Krauss
  • “I’m Already There” - Lonestar
  • “I’m Gonna Have a Little Talk” - Randy Travis
  • “I’m Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin’ Song)” - Brad Paisley
  • “I"m Movin’ On” - Rascal Flatts
  • “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” - Johnny Cash feat. Nick Cave
  • “I’m Still a Guy” - Brad Paisley
  • “I’m Your Man” - Randy Travis
  • “In the Garden” - Brad Paisley
  • “In the Highways” - The Peasall Sisters
  • “In the Jailhouse Now” - The Soggy Bottom Boys
  • “Indian Outlaw” - Tim McGraw
  • “Indian Outlaw (Dance Mix)” - Tim McGraw
  • “Is It Still Over?” - Randy Travis
  • “It’s Just a Matter of Time” - Randy Travis
  • “It’s Your Love” - Tim McGraw feat. Faith Hill
  • “Jump Right In” - Zac Brown Band
  • “Just to See You Smile” - Tim McGraw
  • “Karate” - Brad Paisley feat. Charlie Daniels
  • “Keep on the Sunny Side” - The Whites
  • “Kiss a Girl” - Keith Urban
  • “Kiss My Country A**” - Blake Shelton
  • “Knee Deep” - Zac Brown Band feat. Jimmy Buffett
  • “Landslide” - Dixie Chicks
  • “Landslide” - Fleetwood Mac
  • “Last Dollar (Fly Away)” - Tim McGraw
  • “Life is a Highway” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Like I Am” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Little Bit of Everything” - Keith Urban
  • “Little Patch of Heaven” - k.d. lang
  • “Live Like You Were Dying” - Tim McGraw
  • “Long Black Train” - Josh Turner
  • “Long Way Down” - Eleventyseven
  • “Love is Never-Ending” - Brad Paisley
  • “Love Like Crazy” - Lee Brice
  • “Lovin’ You is Fun” - Easton Corbin
  • “Mayberry” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Me Neither” - Brad Paisley
  • “Mean” - Taylor Swift
  • “Memories of Old Santa Fe”
  • “Merry Go 'Round” - Kacey Musgraves
  • “Mexicoma” - Tim McGraw
  • “The Mona Lisa” - Brad Paisley
  • “Mountain Music” - Alabama
  • “Mr. Mom” - Lonestar
  • “Mud on the Tires” - Brad Paisley
  • “Music Moves Me LIke a River” - Alabama
  • “My Best Friend” - Tim McGraw
  • “My Daddy Never Was” - Randy Travis
  • “My Front Porch Looking In” - Lonestar
  • “My Heart Would Know” - Hank Williams
  • “My Kinda Party” - Jason Aldean
  • “My Maria” - Brooks & Dunn
  • “My Next Thirty Years” - Tim McGraw
  • “My Poor Old Heart” - Randy Travis
  • “My Wish” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Nashville Without You” - Tim McGraw
  • “Need You Now” - Lady Antebellum
  • “The Nervous Breakdown” - Brad Paisley
  • “No”- Brad Paisley
  • “Nobody’s Fool” - Brad Paisley
  • “Nothin’ to Lose” - Josh Gracin
  • “Officially Alive” - Brad Paisley
  • “Ol’ Red” - Blake Shelton
  • “Old Alabama” - Brad Paisley feat. Alabama
  • “The Old Chisholm Trail” - Randy Travis
  • “The Old Rugged Cross (Live)” - Brad Paisley
  • “On the Other Hand” - Randy Travis
  • “One of Those Nights” - Tim McGraw
  • “The Only Way I Know” - Jason Aldean feat. Luke Bryan & Eric Church
  • “Orange Blossom Special” - Johnny Cash
  • “Our Song” - Taylor Swift
  • “Outstanding in Our Field” - Brad Paisley
  • “Paniolo Country” - Randy Travis
  • “The Pants” - Brad Paisley
  • “Pieces” - Gary Allan
  • “Pirate Flag” - Kenny Chesney
  • “A Place in the Sun” - Tim McGraw
  • “A Place to Hang My Hat” - Randy Travis
  • “Please Remember Me” - Tim McGraw
  • “Prayin’ for Daylight” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Pressing on a Bruise” - Brad Paisley feat. Mat Kearney
  • “Puff the Magic Dragon” - Peter, Paul & Mary
  • “Rain is a Good Thing” - Luke Bryan
  • “Real Gone” - Sheryl Crow
  • “Real Good Man” - Tim McGraw
  • “Red” - Taylor Swift
  • “Red Dirt Road” - Brooks & Dunn
  • “Redneck Games” - Alan Jackson & Jeff Foxworthy
  • “Redneck Yacht Club” - Craig Morgan
  • “Return to Pooh Corner” - Kenny Loggins
  • “Right on Time” - Randy Travis
  • “Ring of Fire” - Johnny Cash
  • “Roamin’ Wyomin’” - Randy Travis
  • “Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)” - Alabama
  • “Runaway Train” - Brad Paisley
  • “Running Blind” - Randy Travis
  • “Rusty Cage” - Johnny Cash
  • “Saginaw, Michigan” - George Jones
  • “Sam Hall” - Johnny Cash
  • “Satisfied Mind” - Randy Travis
  • “Saturday Night” - Mac Powell
  • “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) - Big & Rich
  • "See You When I See You” - Jason Aldean
  • “She Never Lets it Go to Her Heart” - Tim McGraw
  • “She’s Country” - Jason Aldean
  • “She’s Everything” - Brad Paisley
  • “She’s My Kind of Rain” - Tim McGraw
  • “Skin (Sarabeth)” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Sleepin’ on the Foldout” - Brad Paisley
  • “Somebody Like You” - Keith Urban
  • “Somebody’s Heartbreak” - Hunter Hayes
  • “Someone Else Calling You Baby” - Luke Bryan
  • “Something Like That” - Tim McGraw
  • “Something to Be Proud Of” - Montgomery Gentry
  • “Song of the South” - Alabama
  • “Southern Comfort Zone” - Brad Paisley
  • “Southern Comfort Zone (Acoustic Version) - Brad Paisley
  • "Southern Girl” - Tim McGraw
  • “Southern Voice” - Tim McGraw
  • “Storm Warning” - Hunter Hayes
  • “Stuck Like Glue” - Sugarland
  • “Summertime” - Kenny Chesney
  • “Sunday Drive” - Alabama
  • “Sweet Georgia Girl” - Mac Powell
  • “Sweet Home Alabama” - Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • “Take a Little Ride” - Jason Aldean
  • “Tattoos on This Town” - Jason Aldean
  • “Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off” - Joe Nichols
  • “Thank God I’m a Country Boy” - John Denver
  • “That Don’t Impress Me Much” - Shania Twain
  • “That Was Us” - Randy Travis
  • “That’s My Kind of Night” - Luke Bryan
  • “Theme from Rawhide” - The Blues Brothers
  • “These Days” - Rascal Flatts"
  • “This is Country Music” - Brad Paisley
  • “This Kiss” - Faith Hill
  • “Those Crazy Christians” - Brad Paisley
  • “Three Wooden Crosses” - Randy Travis
  • “The Thunder Rolls” - Garth Brooks
  • “Thunderball” - Johnny Cash
  • “Time Well Wasted” - Brad Paisley
  • “Tin Can on a String” - Brad Paisley
  • “Tonight I’m Playing Possum” - Randy Travis feat. Joe Nichols
  • “Too Country” - Brad Paisley feat. Buck Owens, Bill Anderson & George Jones
  • “Too Gone Too Long” - Randy Travis
  • “Too Good is True” - Rascal Flatts
  • “Train Long Gone” - Randy Travis
  • “The Trouble With Never” - Tim McGraw
  • “Truck Yeah” - Tim McGraw
  • “Two Feet of Topsoil” - Brad Paisley
  • “Two Lanes of Freedom” - Tim McGraw
  • “Unbroken” - Tim McGraw
  • “The Uncloudy Day” - Brad Paisley
  • “Voices” - Chris Young
  • “Wagon Wheel” - Darius Rucker
  • “Waitin’ on a Woman” - Brad Paisley
  • “Wasting All These Tears” - Cassadee Pope
  • “Watching Airplanes” - Gary Allan
  • “Watching You” - Rodney Atkins
  • “Water” - Brad Paisley
  • “The Way You Love Me” - Faith Hill
  • “We Ain’t Out of Love Yet” - Randy Travis
  • “We Danced” - Brad Paisley
  • “Welcome to the Future” - Brad Paisley
  • “What Do Ya Think About That” - Montgomery Gentry
  • “What Hurts the Most” - Rascal Flatts
  • “When I Get Where I’m Going” - Brad Paisley feat. Dolly Parton
  • “When It’s Springtime in Alaska (It’s Forty Below)” - Johnny Cash
  • “When the Wind Blows By” - Tim McGraw
  • “Where the Green Grass Grows” - Tim McGraw
  • “Wherever the Trail May Lead”- Tim McGraw
  • “Whiskey Lullaby” - Brad Paisley feat. Alison Krauss
  • “White Liar” - Miranda Lambert
  • “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” - Bon Jovi feat. Jennifer Nettles
  • “Who’s Your Daddy” - Toby Keith
  • “Why Don’t We Just Dance” - Josh Turner
  • “Wind in the Wire” - Randy Travis
  • “Wings of a Dove” - Ferlin Husky
  • “A Woman Like You” - Lee Brice
  • “Would You Go With Me” - Josh Turner
  • “Yankee Doodle Dixie” - Brad Paisley
  • “You Are My Sunshine” - Norman Blake
  • “You Just Get Better All the Time” - Tim McGraw
  • “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive” - Brad Paisley
  • “Your Heart Will Lead You Home” - Kenny Loggins
  • “You’re Still the One” - Shania Twain
  • “幽 女 (Instrumental)” - Brad Paisley
  • “40 Days and 40 Nights” - Tim McGraw

@topazbear: (hmm, tumblr isn’t allowing me to @ you, sorry about that!)

There are undoubtedly owls in North Carolina. :)  There are probably even some saw-whets in NC (which is what these owls are).  Saw-whets are migratory, and they come down into the U.S. for wintering.  Most of them go down to about the latitude of Virginia, but some undoubtedly make it further south. (We’ve had people banding in Alabama, and while they only manage to get a couple of owls a year, it proves they are there.)

But you should definitely have great horned, barred, and screech owls in North Carolina, at a minimum!  Owls are notoriously hard to spot in the wild.  Their feathers camouflage them VERY well, so they could be sitting out in the open in a tree, and it’s very hard to see them (which is the point!).  Plus, of course, most of them are more active at night.  Owls also aren’t usually urban birds, although I know that up here in MA, we do sometimes get screech owls nesting in cities. (I’ve been birding for a number of years now, and I have never managed to spot an owl in the wild on my own.)

Anyway, if you want to see owls near you, your best bet is to search on the internet!  If you just want to see an owl in person (not necessarily a wild owl), try searching for things like “raptor programs north carolina”, to see if there are people that go around with raptors (often including some owls) for public education. (They might visit local libraries or schools.)  

Also check to see what local Audubon groups / nature centers / raptor centers / other groups are active in your area.  In addition to some of them having owls on display (frequently, birds that can’t be released back into the wild, so they are kept for public educational purposes), many of them might have birding programs led by naturalists that you could sign up for, that will take you on hikes to try to spot owls.  (The owl programs will obviously be at night!  But winter is a good time for that, especially since nightfall starts earlier.)

Good luck! :)


Home Free - Wagon Wheel/Song of the South

OPB: Old Crow Medicine Show/Alabama

I KNEW Home Free would record Wagon Wheel eventually, ever since Darius Rucker re-recorded it it was only a matter of time and it’s only a bonus that they mashed it up with a country classic

Tagged by @plsshutuprichie !! thanks pal <3 <3

Answer the questions below and and tag some blogs to do the same.

Relationship status: permanent fixture in the side of “i want a gf” lesbian tumblr

Favourite color: Dark purple or dark green

Lipstick or chapstick: Lipstick

Last song I listened to: currently listening to lips like sugar by echo and the bunnymen

Last movie I watched: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Top three TV shows: FUCK! THIS IS VERY DIFFICULT!!! sigh okay. In The Flesh, Stranger Things, and The Good Place. But shows like Outrageous Fortune, Parks and Rec and Freaks and Geeks are INCREDIBLY important to me too.

Top three characters: ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! hnnn fuck okay… Harry Potter, Ginny Weasley, Sirius Black

Top three bands: Okay this is a little easier to choose because i mostly have solo artists for favs, so for bands: Alabama 3, Portishead, The Cure

A book I’m currently reading: I seem to constantly be re-reading IT these days, but also have started re-reading I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings (i tend to only re-read things.. one of these days i will read Something New)

I tag: @reddieinthestars @georgiedenbrouqh @pennylights @giuro-eterna-amicizia @stan-ur-is-my-son @liifesaber @tozier-club sorry if you’ve been tagged/hate these things feel free to ignore lol <3

anonymous asked:

if harry is nominated for a rock category he is gonna be ripped to shreds. one of my fave bands, alabama shakes performed at the grammys couple years back, and half of the comments were saying that they were sub par, not "real rock" and that the grammys don't know what "real rock music is". if they were that harsh on a great band like alabama shakes harry doesn't stand a chance


Today during the Bama-LSU game
  • Me: YAAAAAAAA ROLL TIDE!! WOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! *aggressively shaking my shaker, not paying attention to where I'm shaking it*
  • Band Director: *gets hit by my shaker*
  • Band Director: *turns and looks at me*
  • Band Director: *lowers headset mic from his mouth*
  • Band Director: *give me death stare*
  • Me: *tries to hide*
  • Me: *fails to hide*