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How To Play Your Music While On The Road

by Jake Tully - Published: 10/25/2016
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If there’s one thing that most drivers can’t imagine living without, it would be the ability to listen to music while on the road.

For the majority of truckers on the road, music is an essential part of their driving routine, providing a soundtrack as they traverse across the country or simply acting as a companion to accompany an otherwise lonesome trek.

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Drivers over the years have seen an enormous shift in the available formats in which they can listen to music, from 8-track tapes to cassettes to the compact disc, all to way to a digital library of music.

With the advancements of in-cab technology, drivers can wirelessly and effortlessly stream music through their sound systems without facing the hassle of changing discs or dealing with tapes. Still, despite digital advancements, many of those in the driver’s seat are still facing a great deal of choices along the musical divide.

Streaming MusicPandora
Though it seems to have been edged out by other streaming services, Pandora is an excellent choice for providing music in your truck. Pandora allows user to choose a favorite genre of music, a beloved artist or a song that exemplifies their music tastes. Using an algorithm, Pandora will then generate music that it thinks the listener will enjoy.

If you provide Pandora with “Johnny Cash,” for example, the app will create a radio station based on music that it thinks you might like, as well as music that others who chose “Johnny Cash” have expressed that they enjoy as well. If you dislike a song played on the station, it’s as simple as pressing the “thumbs down” and letting it know to play some different tunes.

Streaming Music – Spotify and Tidal


While Spotify and its largest competitor, Tidal may seem like a young person’s game, one should not be fooled by either app’s sleek appearance. Both Spotify and Tidal allow the user to choose whatever song is available in the library, and even gives the opportunity to create a playlist, much like making a mixtape or Mix-CD. Though Tidal often gets branded as the hip-hop music app, there are a wealth of country-related artists in its library, with frequent releases and updates in what is available.

These apps are preferred alternatives to Pandora because they do not require any attention in modifying playlists outside of listening to the music itself. It’s as simple as pressing play and hitting the road. Still, should a driver have a co-pilot along with them, the option to change music is also equally as simple, as the interface of both are similar to an iTunes library

Stick With What You Know – the iPod

Though Apple has slowed down its marketing and production of iPods altogether in order to make room for more phones and smart watches, there are still generations of iPods for users that feel more comfortable loading music onto a device and taking it with them. Major retailers are still selling the latest generation of iPods for incredible deals. Most of all, iPods provide a great deal of reliability as a basic function- no Wi-Fi or data required to play songs you’ve already uploaded and made playlists out of.

Don’t Be Ashamed of Older Formats
Many folks will still prefer buying physical copies of albums and playing CDs in their stereo systems. There’s something about the inherent simplicity of just putting a disc in and going on your way without worrying about any external devices and their potential pitfalls.

For those used to listening to music in this way – embrace it! As long as you feel comfortable playing music this way and have the means to do so, keep on truckin’ with your favorite albums. There is something special and satisfying about owning music in a physical format in our day and age, and for true music lovers, nothing can quite replace that feeling of holding an album.

Whatever your preferred way of listening to the music you love might be, try out a few of the classic road songs for size and see how it feels behind the wheel with some legendary tunes:


Truckin’
- Grateful Dead
King Of The Road - Roger Miller
East Bound & Down– Jerry Reed
White Line Fever– Merle Haggard
On The Road Again– Willie Nelson
I’ve Been Everywhere– Johnny Cash

Survey time! Simply tell us in the comments below some of your top favorite road songs and feel free to add a little personal note about why. C'mon it'll be fun!


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Wilkison Jami
Wilkison Jami
Driving gave me a love for all Genres of music, from Country to Jazz, Rock to Classical, and everything in between. Music in any form makes the miles fly by, and keeps you from thinking to much.
Trucking Unlimited
Trucking Unlimited
so TRUE!
Tony Habhab
Tony Habhab
Yes so true !
Kevin McGrath
Kevin McGrath
A little obscure, but one of my favorite Road Songs is Purple Sky by Kid Rock I just wanna drink 'til I'm not thirsty I just wanna sleep 'til I'm not tired I just wanna drive 'til I run out of highway Into the purple sky
Trucking Unlimited
Trucking Unlimited
nothing wrong with obscure : )
Jim Skrinar
Jim Skrinar
Kid Rock directly ripped that song from Jason Boland & The Stragglers https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kEX_q7j9msw
Kevin McGrath
Kevin McGrath
You haven't rip something off if you credit the songwriter. http://www.metrolyrics.com/purple-sky-lyrics-kid-rock.html
Frank Witherspoon
Frank Witherspoon
You mean to tell me you didn't just buy the multi CD pack this is picture is on, but that would be to simple. ...
Trucking Unlimited
Trucking Unlimited
Haha. Nope this is a real survey : ) The CD image suits the topic
Maral Eitzen
Maral Eitzen
I actually have the original album with this pic, it was produced by gusto records
Daniel Goble
Daniel Goble
The old truck music , Johnny Russell I'm a trucker Convoy in the sky Willis Brothers dick curless big wheel Cannonball Music like that that you never hear played on the radio anymore country dad used to play it on the XM channel years ago but now they got this idea what truck music is supposed to be the only thing that plays stuff like Convoy or teddy bear but there's a lot better music than that out there
Trucking Unlimited
Trucking Unlimited
Agreed! Thanks for the input Daniel.
Paul Underhill
Paul Underhill
Well when I haul dry freight old school country. When hauling produce old school rock , when I pulled a cattle rack it had to be heavy metal to stay awake , you don't sleep much haulin cattle..and when I pulled Heavy Eauip. I didn't listen to anything , had to keep my ears open just in case something snapped..
Trucking Unlimited
Trucking Unlimited
Haha - this is great!
Obed Huerta Jr
Obed Huerta Jr
Freightliner Fever by Dave Dudley, Nitro Express by Red Simpson,Roll on Big Mama by Joe Stampley and Guitar town by Steve Earle, we had that road music on cassette back in the day,I had to add white line fever by Merle haggard, Midnight Run by James Hand, 40acres by the Stone River Boys, Road Worn And Weary by the supersuckers, Country Song by the Railbenders, Hey Baby by Marty Stewart, I wish I knew by Hank 3 and outlaw way by Hank 3 and David Allen Coe.
Trucking Unlimited
Trucking Unlimited
this is great - thanks : )
Tony Habhab
Tony Habhab
Love it 👍
Roger Lambert
Roger Lambert
I'm taken little white pills and my eyes are open wide
Trucking Unlimited
Trucking Unlimited
Is that a song? haha
William Mintz
William Mintz
Trucking Unlimited it is part of the lyrics to six days on the road
Wayne Johnson
Wayne Johnson
That's the original 6 Days on the Road
William Seifert
William Seifert
Crossroads ....by the Cream.....
Trucking Unlimited
Trucking Unlimited
Awesome- thanks William!
Tony Habhab
Tony Habhab
Still have mine 👍
Trucking Unlimited
Trucking Unlimited
Nice!
Michael Hess
Michael Hess
Dammit drivah put that thing in a shadow box and hang it on a wall lol
Tony Habhab
Tony Habhab
Have it put in the curio cabinet put up for looks
Denise Halpin
Denise Halpin
OMG! Is that an 8track? I've never really seen one... :P
Tony Habhab
Tony Habhab
Denise Halpin yep a old 8 track use to have a whole case of them
Todd Ross
Todd Ross
Please Lord, before I die, let me pass a Greyhound bus! (A truckers prayer) Roll truck Roll. White line fever. Girl on the Billboard sign.... Drove for over 30 years, and today's music doesn't even compare. My old 8 track was zooming!! Then of course, we had to crank up Elvis and a bit of meatloaf!
Christopher Campbell
Christopher Campbell
Ok, Years ago there was a truck driving song called "Fancy Gap"...I actually found this on cassette at a Pilot about twenty years ago. I haven't been able to find it since...Someone please throw me a bone and tell me where I can find it. It's a really funny song.
Richard Pilant
Richard Pilant
Love the old stuff, but like some newer. Rascall Flatts has a few good ones. Also like Dope die mfer die when dealing with heavy traffic. Sawyer Browns version of 6 days on the road is my favorite. 18 wheels and a dozen roses by Kathy Mattea.
Christopher Campbell
Christopher Campbell
Judas Priest, Motörhead, Five Finger Death Punch...My trainees are particularly fond of ten straight hours of Celtic Death Metal.
Dennis P. Bush
Dennis P. Bush
Joni Mitchell, "Coyote" and "Refuge of the Road" for the lyrics. Little Feat "Willin'" for the lyrics. Mason Proffitt "Hard Luck Woman" just a good old trucking song. Son Volt "Windfall" for night driving. Billy Joel "Travelin' Prayer" for the tempo. James Taylor "Brother Trucker" for the story.
Chad Lyons
Chad Lyons
Come on guys he's talkn bout stuff when it's 3 am and u been truckn since the morning before.....gotta have Tool, godsmack, Rob zombie, AC/DC , that's the stuff right there!!!!!
Lynn Elliott
Lynn Elliott
I remember this pic from one of my Dad's album''s and remember songs like Big Wheels Keep On Rollin' and many others. Thank you for a quick reminder and many good memories of trips with him.
Cyndi Racine
Cyndi Racine
Check out this website and download this bands music www.michaelscottband.com The band is also featured on the Wild Ride Radio show. Truck drivers will like their music. The Michael Scott Band.
Roger Rutledge
Roger Rutledge
Depends on the road I'm on. Listen to Blugrass whenever I'm in or near NYC! Long open roads require some slide or steel guitar. When I'm missing home it's gotta be Merle Haggard.
Chris Smith
Chris Smith
I am a ex musician so I've always loved music, driving gut gives me time to listen to more Genres. However some things that for some reason are thought of as music I don't listen too
Richard Maus
Richard Maus
Mostly mix it up between conservative talk and classic rock, but as far a a " trucking song" it would have to be " Truck driving man" by Skynyrd.
Raymond Habeger
Raymond Habeger
REO when I would leave for the coast. Wyoming was lynrd skynrd. Salt lake to vegas was mellancamp rainbow scorpions. Vegas to LA AC/DC full volume!!!!
Lisa N Isaac Louthen
Lisa N Isaac Louthen
I like jamming to the older 70s 80 country music an I do like other type of music also sum heavy metal just depends on my mood I guess
Richard Quinn
Richard Quinn
Still listen to red Savin and the old trucking songs teddy bear still chokes me up classic rock and talk shows walton and johnson crack me up classic country
Edward John Steele
Edward John Steele
When it's late at night I like that old timing. Hank Williams Senior Merle Haggard George Jones Ernest Tubb Buck Owens
Software Scripts
Software Scripts
Yup Indeed
Bruce Enox
Bruce Enox
I listen to good ole classic country most of the time but when i get sleepy or in heavy traffic i plug in acdc,when im in dallas i listen to highway to hell
John Connelly
John Connelly
Eddie rabbit driving my life away. Old school Jonny cash
Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers
Anything REAL OUTLAW and the REAL COUNTRY artists along with CLASSIC ROCK pre 1990....
Software Scripts
Software Scripts
Anyone else agree?
Larrick Allaman
Larrick Allaman
Yep. I agree
Michael James Church
Michael James Church
Heading out to the Highway- Judas Priest! Gets the endorphins going!!!
Dan Ashby
Dan Ashby
Dave Dudley, Claude Grey, Del Reeve's, Red Divine, miss real trucker music.
Rich Royale
Rich Royale
Left Lane Cruiser - all their albums They're also the best channel on Pandora!
Software Scripts
Software Scripts
Yes!
Richard A Grambort
Richard A Grambort
Anything from Charlie Pride, George Jones, Johnny Cash, Hank Snow, get the idea?
Jeff Willis
Jeff Willis
Drivin' my life away best I've ever found
Jim Williams
Jim Williams
When I first started there weren't that many stations. Iam like Jami I like a variety of music, Iam mainly country and western, but like a change once in a while. Like Miles Davis, Phoebe Snow etc and of course Willie, Waylon and the boys. Plus all of the old school country and western.
Anthony Peetz
Anthony Peetz
Truckdrivin SOB by the band Deadbolt, excellent tune. The Road by Aaron Lewis, another spot on trucker tune. I'm a roadhammer by the Roadhammers, a tune that tells of the glory of being a gearjammer. Truckdriver by the Cadillac Angels, a great tune and video featuring the legend...Popcorn and his beautiful 1960 kwhopper with a Mercury sleeper.
Donald Gough
Donald Gough
Any thing old as far as trucking music. Anything jerry reed. Junior brown. Dave dudley. Red sovine, C.w. Mc call. On the rock side. Sammy hagar stevie ray vaughn. Van haggar van halen Def leopard Pyromania
Ronald Hill
Ronald Hill
Let's see whiteline fever phantom 309 six days on the road Dave Dudley me and ole c b Dave Dudley Hank jr Waylon Jennings Johnny Cash moving on Merle Haggard Montgomery gentry charlie Daniels Travis tritt also listen to old time rock and roll Elvis Presley Bob Seger ECT
Edward B Sandt
Edward B Sandt
What are in the truck with me and I'll listen to whatever she wants to as long as this country
Jason Stearns
Jason Stearns
I have satellite radio so I listen to a whole mix of stuff from music to news to sports to comedy.
Marquita Lowry Carroll
Marquita Lowry Carroll
It's a tradition that when I'm on my last leg to head home , I blast Ozzy Osborne's Mama I'm Coming Home. My husband's the one at home, but the lyrics work the same even if we're a little opposite lol.
Marquita Lowry Carroll
Marquita Lowry Carroll
Upon a little more thought, Eastbound and Down by Jerry Reed is always fun. Certainly puts a smile on my face thinking about the movie. And for a guilty pleasure when I need an extra shot of coffee and I'm a few miles yet from stopping, The Bee Gee's Stayin Alive is great head bobbing music to get me that last little bit when I'm outta caffeine.
Mark Wright
Mark Wright
Waylon Jennings! CCR,Bruce Springsteen! I still love the old truckdrivin' songs too!
Larry Underdal
Larry Underdal
Oh hell.Charlie Daniels Hey Mr.D.J. C.B.Savage.Wolf Creek Pass.Some Alabama. R.E.O. always good.Rollin Lonely.Teddy Bear.Phantom 309. And some old Rock& Roll.
Karl Baker
Karl Baker
Girl in a towel on the Billboard next to the big hiway!
Jeff Rapp
Jeff Rapp
Now your talkin!
Cory Bollig
Cory Bollig
Babymetal. Almost no way you'll fall asleep.
Cory Bollig
Cory Bollig

Marquita Lowry Carroll
Marquita Lowry Carroll
OMGosh! The guitar kicks ass! My husband mentioned them recently and kinda liked them. I just can't stand the high pitched voices lol.
Danny Evans
Danny Evans
Six days on the road
Kim Paton
Kim Paton
Giddy up go phantom 309
Software Scripts
Software Scripts
Yeah
Larry Laws
Larry Laws
Hillbilly highway..Outlaws gang old tunes
David Budrus
David Budrus
Bob Seger Against the Wind
Ray Roney
Ray Roney
Old classic country
Chris Finifrock
Chris Finifrock
ZZ Top
Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers
I have that ALBUM.... The original VINYL!!
Brett Iwen
Brett Iwen
Six Days on the Road roll on Big Mama White Lightning
Jeffery Kingston
Jeffery Kingston
Rush Limbaugh
Shannon Stubbs
Shannon Stubbs
Classic country
Tracey Mathews
Tracey Mathews
I have the hole album
Software Scripts
Software Scripts
yup<3
Irwin Thompson
Irwin Thompson
Channel 23 Sirius Raido Greatful Dead Channel
Tony Simone
Tony Simone
Dick Curless and Early Alice Cooper
Terry Hill
Terry Hill
Earl Pitts baby. lol
Jeff Leasure
Jeff Leasure
I got that album.
Richard Lane
Richard Lane
18 Wheels a-rollin
Agustin Soto
Agustin Soto
80s 90s 2000s tops hits
Keith Fowler
Keith Fowler
Widow Maker
Terry Hill
Terry Hill
Every word Dr. Laura ever said.
Dana Collins
Dana Collins
All kinds.
Eddie Mehring
Eddie Mehring
" white lines getting longer and the saddle's getting cold,,,,,,," There r way to many to list. Lol. Flirtin with disaster Black Betty You got another thing come n
Steve Lapp
Steve Lapp
My xm radio is usually locked in to Willie's Roadhouse, all classic country from the 40s through the early 90s, lots of truckin songs. Guess my favorite would be Give Me 40 Acres by the Willis Bros.
Jim Williams
Jim Williams
When I started eight tracks. I had a shoe box full of eight tracks. I think you could four songs or maybe eight per cartridge. Then the player would eat them up all the time.
Daniel Priest
Daniel Priest
Just all the old school trucking songs from the 50's, 60s and 70's!! from all the old school songs. Maybe throw in songs from Allman, Commander Cody, and others.
Marcel Reed
Marcel Reed
The gear jammer and the hobo, six days on the road, freightliner fever, convoy, gimme 40 acres, white knight, the list goes on and on. Too many to name
William Zang
William Zang
You have all the movies that had road songs . Alabama:roll on and six days on the road/ eastbound and down/the songs from the movie black dog even some beach boys
Rodney Morrill
Rodney Morrill
Red Solvine,, anough said,,, old time classic
James White
James White
Girl on the billboard...got a friend who hates it and we'll leave voicemails for him saying a doodle do do do a doodle do do do
James R Maxwell
James R Maxwell
Little Feat Willin Chicken Lights and Chrome Jesse Watson
Susan Garcia Padilla
Susan Garcia Padilla
Classic Country and The Blues Talk radio, Trucker songs, Clsssic Rock
Todd Kitchen
Todd Kitchen
Rush limbaugh, and any other liberal bashing ultra right wing conservative shock jock I can find!
Robert Kersey
Robert Kersey
Anything from Kid Rock devil with a cause album. Guns and roses appetite for destruction album.
Kelly Greene
Kelly Greene
https://itun.es/us/DK4fq?i=269977915 That's Truck Drivin -- Slim Jacobs Nitro Express - Red Simpson
Andrew Lundblade
Andrew Lundblade
Garth brooks am to young to feel this damn old and jerry Reid east bound and down
David Blanton
David Blanton
Teddy bear by Red Sovine.hope I spelled the last name right. Song shows all emotions
James Callahan
James Callahan
Six days on the road and Eddie rabbit driving my life away
Dan Dreger
Dan Dreger
Sirius Sattelite,Classic Vinyl,Classic Rewind,Ozzys Boneyard and Howard Stern
Luis Dona
Luis Dona
I remember those days get drunk pick up women and keep trucking. Good old days
Charles Lee
Charles Lee
I GOT A LOT OF THEM, LOVE HEARING THEM ALL. YOU ARE INCLUDED IN THE MIX AS WELL TONY
Scott LeCroy
Scott LeCroy
I'm all over the place. Anything from outlaw/country music(mostly) to kid rock to Marvin Gaye hell I'll even throw some comedy in the mix anything with good vibes really. Pandora is the best
Eric Crosco
Eric Crosco
The list is to long.mostly country and 80s rock.willie Nelson of coarse.
Johnny Chestnut
Johnny Chestnut
Listen to the Mid Nite Cowboy Bill Mack and to The Charlie Douglas show all nite line
Eric Furr
Eric Furr
I can't drive 55.Sammy Hagar.But I do obey the speed limit.lol
Gehr Hetzel
Gehr Hetzel
White line fever, Devils crest,Phantom 309,Convoy,Moving on,White knight,
Robert Gillingham Jr
Robert Gillingham Jr
Hell that might be a kw ,i was thinkin 352 pete ,but shape of the grill lookin like a kw
Kelly Gilbert
Kelly Gilbert
Pantera, Slayer, Slipknot, Five Finger Death Punch and the first 5 Metallica albums
Lenny Goodwien
Lenny Goodwien
Definitely Conway Twitty, Ronnie Milsap, Willie and Waylon
Chris Orndorff
Chris Orndorff
18 Wheels and A Dozen Roses Tombstone Every Mile Mama Hated Diesels Phantom 309 Prisoner of the Highway is my top 5.
Israel Swanner
Israel Swanner
"Back in Black" by AC/DC, "Back in the Saddle," by Aerosmith , "Day N Nite" by Kid Cudi, "Telegraph Ave" by Childish Gambino, "Coming Home" by A7X, "So Seductive" by Kero One, "Levitate" by Hadouken, "Holy Diver" performed by Killswitch Engage, "After Hours" by Living Legends, "Killing in the Name" RATM, "Pride & Joy" by Stevie Ray Vaughan, "Line of Blood" by Ty Stone. Just to name a few.
Doug Jackson
Doug Jackson
All the songs on the black dog movie r good but best is CONVOY
David Torres
David Torres
Techno to keep me awake while I'm driving and Mozart at night to sleep in comfort LOL
Richard Carby
Richard Carby
The music I listen to is "Yacht Rock" it calms me down and keeps me patient to not want to run over some four-wheelers.
Roger Williams
Roger Williams
Chicken lights and chrome is awesome. Jason Aldean also has a few good trucking songs ( fly over states, asphalt cowboy)
Raymond Addleman
Raymond Addleman
All of them on the tape that cover is on. Still listen to it these days .
Denny Swain
Denny Swain
Convoy, Fantom 309, the long black ribbon, teddy bear, highway 40 blues, and any classic country music songs.
Fermin Salinas
Fermin Salinas
Tulsa time...... Tj sheperds... I lovedm every one..... Devil went down to georgia...... Etc
Anthony Leichty
Anthony Leichty
Anything by Red Sovine
Richard Masut
Richard Masut
That's way back.
Anthony Leichty
Anthony Leichty
I grew up listening to Red
Richard Masut
Richard Masut
Me too. Jim Reeves..waylon
Paul Burson
Paul Burson
60's oldies always my fav
Software Scripts
Software Scripts
Anything about is very important
Lea Lawson
Lea Lawson
All music
Randy Blake Thomas
Randy Blake Thomas
Whatever the ol FM will pick up!
Christopher Thomas
Christopher Thomas

Danny Dsy
Danny Dsy
Conway twitty. T.G. Sheppard. The Hag. Milsap. E. T. C.
John Laprade
John Laprade
Garth Brooks to kid rock what ever mood I'm in
Karl Wolf Warren
Karl Wolf Warren
Prisoner of the Highway Killing Time
Jim A. Pringle
Jim A. Pringle
Classic rock all day long
Wes Coffee
Wes Coffee
Damn the D O T by Jake Brake and the All trucker band. https://youtu.be/_oz3RpU45_E
Pat Corey
Pat Corey
Looks like an old Fruitliner in the background.
Derrick Chalmers
Derrick Chalmers
Bob Seager Turn the Page
Robert Goodin
Robert Goodin
I like sloppy seconds on Pandora
Robert Goodin
Robert Goodin
If anyone does this I am your friend
Jamie Wilske
Jamie Wilske
SiriusXM 55 Garth Brooks SiriusXM 56 On The Highway SiriusXM 39 Hair Nation
Timothy Kienzler
Timothy Kienzler
Dailey and Vincent brothers of the highway.
Ron Pearce
Ron Pearce
Audio books ..
Antonio Plaza Salvati
Antonio Plaza Salvati
Blues, blues, blues and then rock & roll 24/7 Nothing else.
James Hohreiter
James Hohreiter
I have that CD
Danny Drake
Danny Drake
Got that cd
James R Nasalroad III
James R Nasalroad III
Nothings News/Clint Black
Bob Celmer Jr.
Bob Celmer Jr.
I have that LP!
Bob Mabie
Bob Mabie
Ha Ha I have this on CD.
Michael Shane Stanton
Michael Shane Stanton
Roll Truck Roll by Red Simpson Mr DJ, Charlie Daniels
Bobby McClendon
Bobby McClendon
Willies roadhouse on xm radio
Jimmy Calhoun
Jimmy Calhoun
This was my fav growing up and still love this album
Frankie Cleveland
Frankie Cleveland
My Pipes!
Robert Gillingham Jr
Robert Gillingham Jr
Just heard Teddy Bear - red sovine not long ago this evening
Lloyd Heaver Jr
Lloyd Heaver Jr
Work that record out!!!
Carolyn Jarman
Carolyn Jarman
All the classic oldies country music Merle haggard .
Jack Quillen
Jack Quillen
garth Brooks channel on sirrus he plays mere haggard to bob segar
Charles Lee
Charles Lee
I GOT THAT VERY SAME CD.
Dennis Harris
Dennis Harris
70s and 80's country
Al MacNeil
Al MacNeil
Rig Rock
Ray Bofinger
Ray Bofinger
Chicken lights and chrome
Robert Gillingham Jr
Robert Gillingham Jr
Wow look at her & that old 352 cabover pete !!!
Billy Young
Billy Young
Giddy Up Go!!!!
Rick Gavin
Rick Gavin
AC/DC down payment blues
Jerry Slagle
Jerry Slagle
All music but don't forget ray carlisle
Larry Mccoy
Larry Mccoy
Mander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen
Larry Ward
Larry Ward
Pisioner of the highway
Wally Taylor
Wally Taylor
Late at night I use to listen to meatloaf before I retired
Larry Mccoy
Larry Mccoy
Sleep at the Wheel Texas Gold
Larry Mccoy
Larry Mccoy
Willin.
Randy Platt
Randy Platt
Red sovine teddy bear
Nelson Groff
Nelson Groff
That's HOT
Thom Logue
Thom Logue
I remember that album ... Who could forget that cover??? ... Dad had that album when I was a kid ...
Deena Lee
Deena Lee
Gotta get the oldies but goodies in there
Rich Webb
Rich Webb
Xmas channel 90 and the 50s
Andy Wiechec
Andy Wiechec
Even cold in the keys
Deena Lee
Deena Lee
Bob Marley
Foster Hardman
Foster Hardman
Let's Roll down the Highway by BTO
Bill Hager
Bill Hager
On the road Again
Thomas Bucher
Thomas Bucher
I've wore out more than one of those CDs
Bobby King
Bobby King
Sirus. Willie's road house.
Mark Michalski
Mark Michalski
As long as its fucking LOUD idc
Jeff Collins
Jeff Collins
Got that cd love it
Jon Sell
Jon Sell
Lonesome, Onry , and Mean : Waylon Jennings 😎
Jude Godeaux
Jude Godeaux
I had that cassette tape
Jon Sell
Jon Sell
East bound, Jerry Reed ! 😎
Rita Ann Richardson
Rita Ann Richardson
Lot blizzard is blocking the view
Dale Reeder
Dale Reeder
Nothing but the best old country
Bruce DeWees
Bruce DeWees
Lot of country music, but rock, manly
David Chapman
David Chapman
Used to have this on vinyl
Hanley Garrett
Hanley Garrett
I love a rainy night Kentucky rain ☔️
Keven Tokola
Keven Tokola
Wherever I May Roam - Metallica
David Brashear
David Brashear
K;love 88.3 24. 7
Jessie Barnes
Jessie Barnes
Gotta have teddy bears last ride
Deena Lee
Deena Lee

Carl A. Sperl
Carl A. Sperl
Tony Justice......
Frank Witherspoon
Frank Witherspoon
Thanks Frances Shoemaker Brauer
Frances Shoemaker Brauer
Frances Shoemaker Brauer
For what?
Frank Witherspoon
Frank Witherspoon
You give a trucking CD music pack for Christmas a few years ago. The cover was like this picture.
Frances Shoemaker Brauer
Frances Shoemaker Brauer
Lol...ok. I forgot about that.
James White
James White
Pam White
Don Elson
Don Elson
My #1 favorite truckin song.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JwNaPIbeH0