30 deep cuts of country music ready to be discovered

Although an artist’s most popular songs are often among their best, there are always great songs from the start of their career that are sadly overlooked and not as well-known.

We are talking about deep cuts.

Deep cuts are the hidden gems in an artist’s catalog that many casual fans of their music miss.

If you’re a country music fan, someone who digs deep into each artist’s catalog, you’ll know them well.

For those of you who don’t like taking the time to delve into older, lesser-known music from some of your favorite artists, or don’t even know some of those non-mainstream artists, here are 30 of my deep music favourites. cuts from some of my favorite artists.

I hope you find some older music here that is new to you.

“It’s Not So Right” – Kolton Moore and the Clever Few (2013)

“Carolina” – Brandi Carlile (2009)

“Depression” – Ryan Bingham (2010)

“Dirty Fightin’ Love” – Jason Boland and the Stragglers (2004)

“Dogwood” – Whiskey Myers (2014)

“Gone, Gone, Gone” – Turnpike Troubadours (2012)

“Highways and Broken Hearts” – Eli Young Band (2005)

“I Hope It Bleeds” – Kaitlin Butts (2015)

“I’m Not in Checotah Anymore” – Carrie Underwood (2005)

“Lightning” – Eric Church (2006)

“Loose Strings” – Hailey Whitters (2020)

“Love Letters and Cigarettes” – Cody Jinks (2010)

“Lucy” – Parker McCollum (2015)

“My House” – Kacey Musgraves (2013)

“Never Again” – 49 Winchester (2014)

“Austin Nights” – Shane Smith and the Saints (2013)

“On a Cloud” – Cross Canadian Ragweed (2002)

“Panbowl” – Sturgill Simpson (2014)

“Poison” – Read Southall Band (2015)

“Pray to Jesus” – Brandy Clark (2014)

“Savannah Almost Killed Me” – American Aquarium (2012)

“Always All I See Is You” – Koe Wetzel (2015)

“Some Never Will” – Aaron Watson (2003)

“Take Me Away” – William Clark Green (2013)

“That Was Us” – Kip Moore (2015)

“The Way Back” – Lori McKenna (2018)

“The Harvest” – Tyler Childers (2011)

“To Learn It” – Miranda Lambert (2016)

“Tommy Jackson” – Randy Rogers Band (2002)

“What are you listening to?” Chris Stapleton (2013)

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