This Is It, Jim Reeves Jim Reeves defined The Nashville Sound in many ways. There have always been those times in country when a certain style is hitting it real big. They bring a throwback style to country music. Happy, Happy Birthday Baby, Ronnie Milsap We start it off with one of the greatest country singers of all time. They're upbeat, slow and sexy, and, most importantly, romantic.
Nobody was back then because this would go on to be a huge album and this song was the hit that became the final one off the record. Nobody could sing a slow country song like Vince and this is probably the best showcase of that talent. Classic country style at least looking back now. This song would go on to become an incredibly popular song and one of the best country songs ever. Wichita Lineman, Glen Campbell How great was Glen Campbell. The album had already been a success, but this song really showed another side of the trio and it elevated them just about to superstar status as they moved to their sophomore record. Begging To You, Marty Robbins Marty Robbins — a classic in country music.
The lyrics must have spoken to quite a few fans out there. He found a way to blend genres and fans loved him and his music. It started with Dolly and she took it to number one. This one has all the best of Mickey Gilley. When picking wedding music, it is essential that you pick a song that is meaningful to both newlyweds. Fans still love this one about a guy that realizes he kind of screwed up with the one that now has gotten away.
This song came out off their second album. They were selling tons of records. I think this is a good combination of old, new, common and uncommon … but great songs for your 2013 country wedding first dance. This one is really putting on the heat in the romantic sense and it became one of the biggest hits Dierks has had up to this point. And he often felt deep regret and depression for all the people he let down.
I actually discovered it on the movie Rumor Has It with Kevin Costner and Jennifer Aniston. This was such a huge hit and remains one of the most powerful performances of all time. And that was a killer decision because it resulted in some really good songs including So Small. In Color, Jamey Johnson In 2008, Jamey Johnson came out with this one and it became a huge hit and somewhat of a surprise hit. Linda On My Mind, Conway Twitty Conway Twitty was one of the most successful country singers of all time. He definitely lives life by his own rules and that seems to make him more appealing to country fans. A great song all around and actually a hit on the country charts.
You get some great songs like this one about young love, which has really become one of the staples for Bryan. Can someone please pass the tissues? She left this world too soon and we can only imagine what would have been in store had she been able to record longer. This song was a big 1 hit in 1977. Your wedding song can be anything you want, from upbeat and punchy to slow and sentimental, but one thing most first dance songs have in common is a romantic message. This song reached 4 on the country charts and for good reason. Life can turn us a lot of things in life whether we want it to or not.
What Mattered Most, Ty Herndon Life became somewhat of a whirlwind for Ty Herndon when this song came out. Part of that thing was slow country songs including this heart breaking one that hit 1 in 1994. Do You Believe Me Now, Vern Gosdin Vern Gosdin. This is also a very special moment between a mother and her son to reflect on days gone by and to also give advice for the upcoming days. A Country Boy Can Survive, Hank Williams Jr. She was unique and this song is one of her absolute best. Some of the best in the business in their own right.
Back in 1978 Eddie took this slow country song all the way to the top of the charts. It's an oldie but goodie that is perfect for a slow dance with your loved one. Even today we think of it often as being the other way around, but life throws us curveballs in many different ways. He had the pretty basic beginning by getting noticed and signed to a major label. While these songs are considered timeless classics, they may or may not be your style for your wedding. The song was huge and remains a staple for Kenny. The Good Stuff, Kenny Chesney Chesney had hits before this on came out in 2002, but it seemed to continue the rise of Kenny Chesney to what we know him as now — a superstar.