Red Dirt country is an is a subset of country music that developed by combining traditional roots sounds with more outlaw-style lyrics. It is also sometimes referred to as Texas country music, but this specific sub set developed in Stillwater, OK by musicians like Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson. Red Dirt country is all about rebelling against the mainstream Nashville style that was popular during the 60s and 70s. Typically, it involves an acoustic guitar and a folksy/ Americana Okie sound. It's also closely associated with Texas country and outlaw music.
- 7011A song about being on the road with the band for a long time.
- 9034Cross Canadian Ragweed's song about life spent running from the law and missing and old love.
Robert Earl Keen's song is a song that retraces his career through his perspective.
- Jason Boland & The Stragglers' song about the comforts of the lonestar state.
- 7221Cross Canadian Ragweed's song about missing a lover so badly.
- A song about the secrets we keep and the bad deeds we do.
- A song about loving someone wholly for one night.
- A song about the difficulties of divorce
- 7831A song about wayward traveling and a busted relationship.
- Hayes Carll's song about all the characters you find roaming throughout the south.
- 6623Song about a broken heart and broken relationship.
Turnpike troubadours, all there songs are great but I had to pick one
- Song about the harsh realities of life and our wayward tendencies.
- Robert Earl Keen's song about hanging out and having good times in your favotire bar.
- A song about wanting to stop and cherish those special moments in life.
- Song about wishing from a young age to become a musician, even if it breaks your heart.
- 4411Jack Ingram's song about being left behind for the goodtimes in Biloxi
- 4317A song about life's troubles and just pushing on through.