Pick Your Favorite Country Singers and We'll Guess Your Age
By: Monica Lee
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About This Quiz
This quiz will take you down memory lane to when you were a youth, going to school, learning to drive, having your first kiss ... you get the idea. You'll need to recall what was playing on the radio when you hit some of these milestones. Was it "Coal Miner's Daughter" by Loretta Lynn? “Hurt” by Johnny Cash? Or maybe Taylor Swift hadn't crossed over to pop yet, and was singing "Tears On My Guitar".
What's great about mulling over the songs we've listed as possible answers is that you're guaranteed to expand your playlist. The answers will remind you of songs you haven't listened to in awhile and introduce you to top songs you may want to hear. Once you have answered all the questions to the best of your recollection, we will match your answers to the popular songs of the times and then calculate your age within 5 years. For some, this will be a hard task. Especially when many of the songs listed may be your current favorites (and you would rather choose those songs over the ones you listened to in your youth!) Either way, it "Sure Be Cool if You Did" (Blake Shelton) take this quiz. Do it now!
Which of these powerful women was on the radio or streaming when you were growing up?
Of these popular tunes, which one did you sing the heck out of?
Dixie Chicks, "Cowboy Take Me Away"
Joe Diffie, "John Deere Green"
George Jones , "When The Grass Grows Over Me"
When you were getting your first job, what country music star were you listening to?
Did you dance to the "Boot Scootin' Boogie"?
No. but I danced to "Achy Breaky Heart."
I heard of it but didn't dance to it.
That was after my dancing years.
When you were hanging out at the bars and honky tonks, what song was playing most frequently?
Big & Rich, "Save A Horse Ride A Cowboy"
Lonestar, "Walking in Memphis"
Crystal Gayle, "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"
Charley Pride, "Kiss An Angel Good Morning"
Did you see Charley Pride receive the Entertainer of the Year at the CMAs?
I'm not surprised, he's great, but no.
Yes, he's one of my favorite performers.
Which one of these songs do you recognize the best from your teenage years?
Zac Brown Band, "Chicken Fried"
Aaron Tippin, "That's As Close As I'll Get to Lovin' You"
John Denver, "Thank God I'm a Country Boy"
Hank Williams, “Lovesick Blues”
You're on your first road trip back in the day, what are you listening to?
Sam Hunt, "Body Like A Back Road"
Trace Adkins, "You’re Gonna Miss This"
Charlie Daniels Band, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"
Vince Gill, "When I Call Your Name"
Did you see Garth Brooks win Entertainer of the Year?
If you were going to have a county music song sung at your wedding, which one would it be?
Shania Twain, "From This Moment On"
Clint Black, "When I Said I Do"
Randy Travis, "Forever and Ever, Amen"
George Strait, "I Cross My Heart"
Which one is your fav of an early age?
Kenny Chesney, "There Goes My Life"
Little Big Town, "Boondocks"
Tim McGraw, "Indian Outlaw"
Johnny Cash, “Sunday Morning Coming Down”
Out with friends looking for fun. What song did you turn the volume waaay up?
Megan Trainor, "All About That Bass"
Gretchen Wilson, "Redneck Woman"
Hank Williams Jr. "A Country Boy Can Survive"
George Strait, "All My Ex's Live In Texas"
Which of these songs remind you of your youth?
Toby Keith and Willie Nelson, "Beer For My Horses"
Brad Paisley, "He Didn't Have to Be"
Hank Williams Jr., "All My Rowdy Friends"
Dolly Parton, "I Will Always Love You"
When Ray Price was inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame he said, "Thank you. It’s about time. I was beginning to feel like Susan Lucci.” Who is Susan Lucci?
So many good ones. But according to you, which is the best song from your teenage years?
Rascal Flatts, "Bless The Broken Road"
Patty Loveless, "I Try to Think About Elvis"
Vicky Lawrence, "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia"
What's the best song on this list, in your opinion?
Lady Antebellum, "Need You Now"
Clay Walker, "What's It To You"
Dolly Parton, "Here You Come Again"
Kenny Rogers, "The Gambler"
Which song hit the top of YOUR chart when you were growing up?
Meghan Trainor, "Lips Are Movin'"
Keith Urban, "Somebody Like You"
Pam Tillis, "Maybe It Was Memphis"
"Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)" Waylon Jennings
What song were you listening to when you had your first kiss?
Mary Chapin Carpenter, "Passionate Kisses"
Keith Whitley, "When You Say Nothing At All"
Charlie RIch, "Behind Closed Doors"
Remember when you got your driver's license, what was the song that was playing on the radio?
Taylor Swift, "You Belong With Me"
Trisha Yearwood, "She's In Love With the Boy"
Hank Williams, Jr., "A Country Boy Can Survive"
What were you listening to when it was time to unwind and have some brewskis?
Luke Brian, "Play It Again"
Big and Rich, "Comin' to your City"
Travis Tritt, "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)"
Johnny Cash - “Don’t Take Your Guns To Town”
Which song would have been playing during your first relationship?
Blake Shelton, "Honey Bee"
Lee Ann Womack, "I Hope You Can Dance"
Willie Nelson, "Always On My Mind"
Austin was one of his award-winning songs. Who is he?
When you were just a kid, how did you listen to country western music?
Which song was always on your lips when you were working around your first apartment?
Keith Urban, "Somebody Like You"
Billy Ray Cyrus, "Achy Breaky Heart"
John Michael Montgomery, "Sold (The Grundy County)"
Loretta Lynn, "Coal Miner's Daughter"
Think back to your first job, what song would have been playing?
Little Big Town, "Girl Crush"
Tim McGraw, "Live Like You Were Dying "
Tanya Tucker, "Delta Dawn"
Mac Davis, "Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me"
Which one of these songs triggers "before married" memories?
Jason Aldean, "She’s Country"
Trace Adkins, "Every Light In the House Is On"
Johnny Paycheck, "Take This Job and Shove It"
Johnny Cash, “A Boy Named Sue”
Which song were you listening to when you went out on your first date?
Florida Georgia Line, "H.O.L.Y"
Little Texas, "What Might Have Been"
Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings, "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys"
Hank Williams, “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”
Which one of these song is in your playlist?
Carrie Underwood, "Jesus, Take The Wheel"
Alan Jackson, "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)"
Miranda Lambert, "The House that Built Me"
Deana Carter, "Strawberry Wine"
Last one! Which of these artists do you like best?
Which of these songs did you prefer when you were growing up?
Toby Keith, "Courtesy Of The Red White And Blue (The Angry American)"
Garth Brooks, "Friends in Low Places"
John Denver,"Like a Rhinestone Cowboy"
Johnny Cash, "Folsom Prison Blues"
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