Country music is definitely gaining in popularity — and there’s no better example of that fact than the long list of artists who have crossed genres to release a project for country fans.
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Truck references in country music are a dime in a dozen. They’re everywhere. And we’re not complaining — but there are some songs that go above and beyond a quick mention of a Chevy or a Ford, to a storyline that’s centered around the country vehicle of choice, or a major reference to trucks in the verses or chorus.
Eric Church performs with his band before a sold out crowd during the New England Country Music Festival at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts in 2013 | The Boston Globe
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