The First Ever Country Song Each Of Us Remembers

Can you remember the first country song you ever listened to? Taste of Country posted an article talking about the first ever country song you can remember hearing which gave Bobby and the show the idea to share theirs. Songs hold memories and with our first country song comes a memory of where you were, what you were doing, and who you were with when you heard it.

Bobby Bones and the show share their memories along with the first ever country song they can remember listening to below.

Bobby: John Anderson - "Swinging" 

Bobby's mom and grandmother were die hard country music fans. Bobby says they would sing this song around the house all the time!

 

Amy: Kenny Rogers - "The Gambler"

Amy remembers her dad always playing Kenny Rogers when she was younger. This song in particular is one of his favorites!

 

Eddie: Johnny Cash - "Ring Of Fire"

Eddie shared a memory from a family trip to Big Bend National Park in Texas when he was younger. He says his dad put in a tape of Johnny Cash and played Ring of Fire over and over again!

 

Lunchbox: Garth Brooks - "The Dance"

Lunchbox remembers how his friend Aaron would make his mom play this song every single time they got into her minivan. He would ask his mom to fast forward through Garth Brooks' tape to play this song specifically.

 

Morgan2: Dixie Chicks - "Ready To Run"

Morgan says her sisters were watching the movie Runaway Bride and she can remember hearing this song in that movie. Ever since she's loved listening to this song by the Dixie Chicks!

 
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