Showing posts with label Travis Tritt. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Travis Tritt. Show all posts

Nov 15, 2019

WWE Country Reaction Gifs 39


If you buy Jason Aldean's new album on CD, make sure you shine it up real good

What does anyone see in Mitchell Tenpenny?

♫ ♬ You say you were wrong to ever leave me alone
Now you're sorry, you're lonesome and scared... ♫ ♬

If somebody plays Florida-Georgia Line on the bar jukebox
  
Sam Hunt has a new song

After listening to Thomas Rhett for .02 seconds

Trying to figure out how Dan + Shay is country

When somebody says black people are part of the history of country music*



Jun 19, 2019

Put Some Country in Your Country


Put Some Country in Your Country
(Lyric Parody of Travis Tritt’s “Put Some Drive in Your Country”)

Well I was raised on country classics
Like Johnny Cash and George Strait
Lord, I loved to hear ‘em
But I really got all pissed off round about twenty thirteen
That’s the first time I heard Florida-Georgia Line “sing”
They put some suck in their country, that really turned me off

Boys, put some country in your country
Hey, what the hell is wrong with y’all?
Cause when the bass is boomin’
It don’t sound right at all
Every time I hear that weak pop stuff on my truck radio
It makes me want to drive my truck right off of a plateau
Put some country in your country
Keep country living on

Went to a show in Atlanta on Sunday afternoon
The gig was packed with skanks and douchebags
And the singer was rapping June and moon
The songs had my stomach in upheaval
They were all “Hey baby hey”
Thought this was country music so I jumped up on the stage
“Put some country in your country fellas!”
I got kicked out of the show

Put some country in your country
Hey, what the hell is wrong with y’all?
Cause when the bass is boomin’
It don’t sound right at all
Every time I hear that weak pop stuff playing in a store
It makes me want to throw a temper tantrum on the floor
Put some country in your country
Keep country living on

Put some country in your country
Hey, what the hell is wrong with y’all?
Cause when the bass is boomin’
It don’t sound right at all
Well, I like some new country
I ain't putting it all down
But damn, I miss Merle Haggard
I wish he was still around
Put some country in your country
Keep country living on

Put some country in your country
Keep country living on


Nov 16, 2018

I Love Lucy Country Reaction Gifs

When Keith Urban won Entertainer of the Year at the CMAs


When you're from the 50s and ask somebody what country music sounds like in the 2000s and they play you Walker Hayes

When you find an Old Dominion song on your wife's "Favorite Songs" playlist

When you smell T-R-O-U-B-L-E


When Ethel says Kelsea Ballerini's performance was her favorite on the CMAs
 

Reading Kane Brown fan tweets

What's a Bebe Rexha and why is it playing on the CMAs??

When tonight the Vitameatavegamin let you down
  
Still more country than Sam Hunt


May 18, 2018

90s Country Star Comes to the Defense of Modern Country

Amid a steady barrage of elder country singers' complaints about the authenticity of modern country music, 90s star Brad Lee Peterson has come to its defense. 

"Johnny Lee and Travis Tritt and all these other old dudes are just salty and washed" said Peterson. "Man, I like to get crunk to some Sam Hunt and Kane Brown, my dudes. Go drink some Ensure and let the rest of us enjoy how country music has evolved, bro." 

Peterson, the singer of such 1990s favorites as "Hilfiger Cowboy" and "She Don't Blow Up My Pager Anymore" says he understands where the discord comes from, but that country music is in good hands with such artists as Bebe Rexha and Jordan Davis. 

"All this shade throwing comes from a place of jealousy. Jealousy that they aren't getting the airplay anymore." Peterson laughed. "Look in the mirror son, y'all ain't poppin' anymore - old get off my lawn head ass crackers."

"Luke Bryan is really where things started getting better and Florida-Georgia Line just got it lit to another level!" smiled Peterson. "Country music is whatever country radio tells us we should love - they know what they're doing. They knew when they made (Peterson's only #1) "Party Up in My Lowered Truck" a smash hit in '93 and they know now." 

The debate between country traditionalists and progressives has hit several peaks in recent years. Bro-country was extremely divisive and the current trend of R&B flavored music on country radio has raised the ire still higher. Peterson, for his part, thinks it's all overblown: "It goes in cycles - it'll come back around to more classic-sounding country like Rascal Flatts or Shania Twain - then it'll jump out of the box again and do something like mumble-country… but the wheel always turns." 

At press time, Brad Lee Peterson was preparing to release his comeback single "Hashtag Fire (ft. Post Malone)."


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