Top 10 Songs I Want To Hear At Countryfest
The big day is finally here (July 13, 2013)! WGNA’s 20th Anniversary of Countryfest is ready to take over the Schaghticoke Fairgrounds. Everyone’s got a favorite song they are waiting to hear, but here are my Top 10 picks for the day!
Please leave your picks in the comment section below. Prior to writing this article, Sean admitted that he was pumped to hear Darius Rucker’s new song ‘Radio.’ Meanwhile, his other half, Andrea The Coupon Lady is hoping Mark Wills sings his 90’s hit ‘Jacob’s Ladder.’ What are you hoping to hear on stage at Countryfest?
Did It For The Girl
I love the reference to George Strait, and it’s ‘real’ country! ‘Fill In The Blank’ is also a fun tune.
Ships That Don’t Come In
Although it may bring the mood down a bit, this song is one of the best written tunes of all-time! It won’t be long til Diffie picks it back up with his honky tonk classics.
All I Want To Do
It’s not really ‘Country,’ but this song will get everyone up and singing along.
Don’t Laugh At Me
Again, not a party song, but I know the song means a lot to a lot of people. ’19 Somethin” is also sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
I think they will hear us singing this song in Saratoga!
A Little More Country Than That
The theme song of most everyone in the audience! ‘Roll With It’ and ‘Lovin’ You Is Fun’ will also have most people singing along.
A perfect ‘summer’ song for people listening to Country Music with a beer in their hand. Let’s hope she also sings one or two other new songs from her new ‘Country’ album.
Any Hootie And The Blowfish Song
Although not country, no one can deny the power of the hits ‘Only Wanna Be With You’ or ‘Hold My Hand.’
John Deere Green
Actually any of Joe Diffie’s up-tempo ’90s hits like ‘Pickup Man’ ‘Prop Me Up Beside The Jukebox’ or ‘Third Rock From The Sun’ will ignite the crowd.
Any Classic Country Cover
It’s always a blast when an artist surprises us with a cover of one of their favorite songs. Let’s hope we hear something along the lines of a George Jones, Randy Travis, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, or Johnny Cash cover.