Is This A Great Country or What We are so lucky to have Artists that can take ordinary words and music add some Patriotism, and come up with these Great Patriotic songs as their way to convey their feelings toward America and what she stands for…or even a rebellious one, from time to time. I’m talking about, of course, Country Music Artists.
Is This A Great Country or What We have artists like Alan Jackson and Toby Keith and Lee Greenwood so I must ask you who else can deliver that “In your gut feeling” like Country Music, America’s Music. I can think of no other form of music that speaks directly to you about certain events or even just telling the world ” Hey” We Speak for Freedom and if you don’t, we might come visiting. well that’s the way I see it anyway thought I’d pass it on. some are sad, some aren’t, some make you think, some even mention God and Guns in the same song , that’s what freedom is all about hey this is Country Music.
I have collected some various Country Artist with songs they have done…. it is my understanding that, The Artist may not of actually put these pictures or videos to their songs, but the songs are original and available free on You Tube. some of these are great you might find yourself turning it up,
Is This A Great Country or What
Take care C.W.
( PS I have more videos scattered all over this website and as I find them they will all be on this page so check back just trying to straighten up the place)
John Michael Montgomery –
The American Soldier Toby Keith
Waylon Jennings sings “America” at Farm Aid in Champaign, Illinois on September 22, 1985.
A performance from the first Farm Aid benefit concert. Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp founded Farm Aid and serve on the board of directors. The three agreed that family farmers were in dire need of assistance and decided to plan a concert for America. The show was put together in six weeks and was held on September 22, 1985 in Champaign, Illinois before a crowd of 80,000 people. It raised over $9 million for America’s family farmers. Performers included Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, B.B. King, Loretta Lynn, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty and many more.