Genre Detail

    Classic songs were introduced in the 16’s century and became successful throughout the years with advanced musical instruments and technology. But no one can ever compare with the old school classics. They just make you rock with their musical instruments. The best example is Mozart.

    However, the classic has different categories, including Classic Country Songs, Classic Hitz, and Classic Rock. The kids of the ’90s and 80’s still listening to the old classics, which made a high impact on their lives during their time.

    Classic country is a music radio format that specializes in playing mainstream country and western music hits from past decades.

    The classic country format can actually be further divided into two formats. 

    The first specializes in hits from the 1950s through the early 1980s. This includes music that is older than almost any other radio format in the United States, and focus primarily on innovators and artists from country music's Golden Age (including Hank Williams, George Jones, and Johnny Cash). 

    The other focuses on hits from the 1980s. This includes some of the above-mentioned performers. This also includes the early 2000s, some pre-1980s music, latter-day Golden Age stars and innovators such as Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard to newer recurrent hits from current-day artists such as George Strait, Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, and Reba McEntire.

    Classic Country Songs:

    The top-notch country classic songs have made history for the last decades, with giving the heart touching performances and assigning their name in their book of history. Some of the greatest country sounds that were originated by our talented artists are:

        Wise Men Says – Elvis Presley.

        Always On My Mind – Willie Nelson.

        Stand By Your Woman – Tammy Wynette.

        I Fall To Pieces – Patsy Cline.

        I’m So Lonesome – Hank Williams.

        King Of The Road – Roger Miller.

        El Paso – Marty Robbins.

        Friends in Low Places – Garth Brooks.

        Good Hearted Women – Waylon Jennings.

        Mama Tried – Merle Haggard.

        On The Road Again – Willie Nelson.

        I Do It For You – Bryan Adams.

    And many more classic country songs. The beauty of these songs is that you can listen to them at every moment, especially when you are with your loved once and showing them your true love.
    If you want to listen to magnificent classic country   songs, tune in to RadioFM and enjoy the best classic country radio stations from around the world.