Must Haves & Fun Finds

Must Haves & Fun Finds

Must Haves & Fun Finds

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Are you ready for your summer concert schedule? These country concert tees will get you there!

We love summer!

There are a lot of reasons to love summer. And if you are a music lover, one of those reasons is the summer concert season. There is something magical about listening to live music. Research shows that live music is actually good for your health! Whether you are going to see a high-energy show like Kenny Chesney, or a show that is more laid back like Brett Young, there is something about live music that is beneficial to your mood and overall health. 

Music is Good for You!

Researchers at Harvard say there is a relationship between the music we listen to and the mood we are in. Have you ever found yourself popping on a great driving beat when doing household chores? That music helps get it done! Or when you are trying to fall asleep, maybe you listen to a playlist of calm, relaxing music. The Harvard research also shows that attending a concert helps you to connect to others. If we learned anything during the pandemic, a time of isolation, it is that we need personal connection.  

Feel Good and Look Good!

Summertime is a great time to catch up on those personal connections, as well as lift your spirits with live music. And no format does that better than country! If you are going to a show, you want to look the part. The following tees are a great start to your summer concert series wardrobe! Here are some of our favorite country concert tees.

  • Friends in Low Places

    Maybe you have seen Garth Brooks live. Maybe you sang this song drunk at a bar. I have done both! This t-shirt is perfect for any country concert on your docket this summer. You can never go wrong with Friends in Low Places. 

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  • Amarillo By Morning

    Amarillo by mornin’ – Up from San Antone

    This is one of those “if you know, you know” lyrics. George Strait has been a fixture in country music even when he does not have a hit in the top 10. Amarillo By Morning is one of his biggest songs, and this lyric is one that, when you read it you know it is familiar but you have to take a minute to place it. Unless your a huge King George fan. And there are plenty of those! 

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  • Something in the Orange

    To you I’m just a man, to me you’re all I am

    Something in the orange tells me you’re never coming homeOne of the guys who completely took country music by storm in the past couple years is Zach Bryan. This Something In The Orange tee is not only cute, but will get you the attention you are looking for. 

     

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  • Wallen

    You told me that you wish I was somebody you never met
    But baby, baby, somethin’s tellin’ me this ain’t over yet
    No way it was our last night

    With all the great song lyrics you could choose to put on a Morgan Wallen tee, I love the simplicity of this. Wallen. Sometimes that’s all you need to say! 

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  • Tennessee Whiskey

    I’ve looked for love in all the same old placesFound the bottom of a bottle’s always dryBut when you poured out your heart, I didn’t waste it‘Cause there’s nothing like your love to get me high

    The only thing smoother than Tennessee Whiskey is Chris Stapleton singing about it. This country tee is perfect for attending your favorite concert or just tailgating in the parking lot. 

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  • Mama Tried

    And I turned twenty-one in prison doin’ life without paroleNo one could steer me right but Mama tried, Mama triedMama tried to raise me better, but her pleading, I deniedThat leaves only me to blame ’cause Mama tried

    I like to think of the shirt as a “message tee.” It sends the message that the reader shouldn’t blame the wearer’s mother for his indecencies. Afterall, Mama Tried.  

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  • Jelly Roll

    who the hell am I, who the hell am ITo expect a Savior, ohIf I only talk to God when I need a favor?But God, I need a favor

    Jelly has set the country stage on fire this past year. He is a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll but oh, so far from Donnie and Marie 😉  

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  • Try That In A Small Town

    ‘Round here we take care of our ownYou cross that line, it won’t take longFor you to find out, I recommend you don’tTry that in a small town

    Jason Aldean made headlines with this song and video, but his fans make no apologies. This lyric is one of the most infamous from the past year, and as I said before … if you know, you know.  

     

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  • The Greats!

    Cash, Hank, Willie, and Waylon. It doesn’t get bigger or better than old school country. Brantley Gilbert’s lyrics are the foundation to Country Music. 

    In every state, there’s a station –Playin‘ Cash, Hank, Willie, and Waylon – In foreign cars and four-wheel drives…

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  • Dolly!

    Speaking of legends! Dolly Parton is my spirit animal. The woman has done it all and is still making it happen. While she wrote hundreds of songs with tremendous lyrics, my favorite quote of hers is what she said about country music. You can see it on the wall outside the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville:

    It’s just ordinary stories told by ordinary people in an extraordinary way 

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  • This Is My Country Concert Tee

    When you have so many favorite artists you can’t choose which to wear, you grab this tried and true tee. The best country songs are story songs and this one tells it all.  

     

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