Country Music Videos

Country music has come a long way since its early days. Unlike some of the artists of today who are playing to large scale stadiums and concert festivals, the origins of country music fall in American folk music, Western and blues.

Some of the earliest examples of real country music began in the 1920s in the southern United States. In most cases country music usually falls into the categories of ballads, dancing tunes or even borderline folk or rock ‘n roll. Generally it’s created using acoustic guitars, electric guitars, fiddles harmonicas and banjos.

Some of the first country superstars began out of the Atlanta music scene. In the early 1920s there were a variety of Appalachian people who came into Atlanta to work at some of the massive cotton mills, with their labor they also brought their music which would continue to be performed in small performance all is as well as be recorded in several small studios up until the 1950s. These first generations of country music would refine themselves into Western music, which are the cowboy songs we generally hear in early country, bluegrass music and honky-tonk music. It wasn’t until the third generation of country musicians that we started to see styles similar to Elvis Presley’s country music, and Johnny Cash’s rockabilly style. Some of these country songs and country lyrics from the 1950s and 60s are still some of the most treasured songs and country artists today.

Country Music Today

Today’s country scene is more vibrant than ever before. In today’s digital age it’s much easier for country artists to display their talents online and to showcase a number of country music videos. On this website you will find a variety of country music videos, country lyrics, country songs and resources to find out more about all of your favorite country artists and to discover new music.

You can find more about Country Music on Wikipedia and watch more Country Music on Youtube

George Jones – He Stopped Loving Her Today

He said i’ll love you ’til i die She told him you’ll forget in time As the years went slowly by She still preyed upon his mind. He kept her picture on his wall Went half crazy now and then He still loved her through it all Hoping she’d come back again. Found love letters […]

 

Kellie Pickler – Stop Cheatin On Me

Now Baby We Used To Have Something Special But Lately You’ve Been Ignoring All The Rules Now You Think That I Don’t Know What You’re Doing You’ve Been Running Around And Making Me A Fool (Chorus) Stop Cheatin’ On Me It Ain’t That Hard To Do Stop Cheatin’ On Me Or I’ll Start Cheatin’ On […]

 

Ray Price – For The Good Times

Don’t look so sad I know it’s over But life goes on And this old world Will keep on turning Let’s just be glad We had some time to spend together There’s no need to watch the bridges That we’re burning Lay your head, Upon my pillow Hold your warm and tender body Close to […]

 

Chuck Wicks – If We Loved

The prisons are empty The homeless have houses Nobody’s hungry Nobody’s poor Nobody’s judged by their faith or their color Nobody’s wrong in this world without war We buried our swords We don’t fight anymore You can’t imagine all the mountains we’d move if we loved If we loved a little harder Yea, there’s no […]

 

Tim McGraw – Dont Take The Girl

Johnny’s Daddy Was Takin Him Fishing When He Was Eight Years Old. A Little Girl Came Through The Front Gate Holdin A Fishing Pole His Dad Looked Down And Smiled Said We Can’t Leave Her Behind Son I Know You Don’t Want Her To Go But Someday You’ll Change Your Mind And Johnny Said Take […]

 

Brenda Lee – Johnny One Time

So he told you that you’re the dream that he’s been searching for And he told you he’s never met someone like you before And i can hear him telling you, your lips taste just like cherry wine But did he tell you that he’s known as johnny one time. Did he tell you that […]

 

Clint Black – No Time To Kill

There’s no time to kill between the cradle and the grave. Father time still takes a toll on every minute that you save. Legal tender’s never gonna change the number of your days. The highest cost of livin’ is dying, that’s one everybody pays. So have it spent before you get the bill, there’s no […]