Country Songs

At its inception in the 1920s, country music had roots primarily in blues and western folk music, before developing into a number of sub-genres that give us the country guitar style.

Country guitar is characterized by simple chord progressions, fast picking sequences and a lot of major scales along with a generally a fast-paced, bluesy technique. Other stylistic marks include hybrid picking and heavy string bending.

Some of country music’s most notable guitar players would include Chet Atkins, Brad Paisley and Johnny Cash.

Country Songs

info title artist style difficulty instructor
Alabama country Mike Olekshy
Alabama country Mike Olekshy
Alabama country Mike Olekshy
Alabama country Hunter Perrin
It Must Be Love
Alan Jackson
Alan Jackson country Anders Mouridsen
Let Your Love Flow
Bellamy Brothers
Bellamy Brothers country Mike Olekshy
Billy Ray Cyrus country Caren Armstrong
Achy Breaky Heart
Billy Ray Cyrus
Billy Ray Cyrus country Mike Olekshy
Ode to Billy Joe
Bobbie Gentry
Bobbie Gentry country Mike Olekshy
Brantley Gilbert country Mike Olekshy
More Than Miles
Brantley Gilbert
Brantley Gilbert country Mike Olekshy
Bottoms Up
Brantley Gilbert
Brantley Gilbert country Mike Olekshy
My Maria
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn country Anders Mouridsen
Carter Family country Douglas Showalter
Clint Black country Mike Olekshy
Killin' Time
Clint Black
Clint Black country Mike Olekshy
A Better Man
Clint Black
Clint Black country Mike Olekshy
Crystal Gayle country Caren Armstrong
Tulsa Time
Don Williams
Don Williams country J.D. Jarrell
Guitars, Cadillacs
Dwight Yoakam
Dwight Yoakam country Mike Olekshy