Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day
March 27th is Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day — a holiday that celebrates the songs with unique, unusual, and/or funny titles. What would qualify as quirky country music titles? Well, we don’t want to do research for you, but we’ll give a few examples that we love.
Some of the titles that we feel are quirky include “Redneck Yacht Club” by Craig Morgan, “I Still Like Bologna” by Alan Jackson, “Sic ‘Em on a Chicken” by the Zac Brown Band, “I Want My Mullet Back” by Billy Ray Cyrus, and “Devil in a Sleepin’ Bag” by Willie Nelson. All of these would qualify for this holiday in our opinion.
The History Of Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day
At this point, we’re unsure who started Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day. We don’t even know when it was invented. It could’ve been anytime over the past hundred years because quirky country music song titles have been around since at least the 1920s.
It grew out of folk culture and was a way to inject a little bit of fun into the genre. We’ll continue to dig into the origins of this holiday, but at this point, we just don’t know if we’re ever going to find out its origins.
Some Amazing Facts About Country Music
We don’t want to spoil anyone’s fun by listing any more quirky country music song titles in this article. After all, we think people should take the time to find those by themselves. What we are going to do in this section, however, is list some of the facts that we’ve learned about country music. Wanna see ’em? Good, let’s go!
- The Grand Ole Opry brought country music to a national audience through a syndicated radio program.
- Johnny Cash became a pioneer of Outlaw Country—a sub-genre of country that rejected the commerciality of mainstream country.
- Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson became Outlaw Country artists, as did Merle Haggard.
- Popular country music in the 1930s focused on the guitar sound.
- Dolly Parton is the only country artist to have top 20 hits on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in every decade starting in the 1960s and ending in the 2010s.
Observing Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day
On this holiday, people can take the time to look up some quirky country music song titles. Although we’ve included some of these in our introductory paragraph, let us assure you that this is only a very small sample of the huge number of country songs out there with quirky titles. And new ones are released every year. If you don’t believe us, then search for #QuirkyCountryMusicSongTitlesDay on social media and see for yourself.