Sundance Saloon’s Top Country-Western Dance Music of 2014

musicHere’s one take on the most popular music we’ve played at Sundance Saloon through the year 2014, arranged alphabetically by artist. OK, so our number 1 song for the past two years running isn’t even country-western (A Thousand Years – Christina Perri), but it’s sure captured the hearts of our dancers. What were your favorite songs from the past year?

 

Don't Let Me Be LonelyBand Perryvideo
Gentle On My MindBand Perryvideo
We Are TonightBilly Curringtonvideo
River BankBrad Paisleyvideo
Beat Of The MusicBrett Elderedgevideo
A Thousand YearsChristina Perrivideo
Somethin' Like Somethin'Dakota Bradleyvideo
RadioDarius Ruckervideo
Homegrown HoneyDarius Ruckervideo
Don't Think TwiceDolly Partonvideo
Drunk Last NightEli Young Bandvideo
Sunshine & WhiskeyFrankie Ballardvideo
TelescopeHayden Panettierevideo
StorylineHunter Hayesvideo
Everybody's Got Somebody But MeHunter Hayes f. Jason Mrazvideo
Days Of GoldJake Owenvideo
Know You Wanna KnowJennifer Nettlesvideo
Lay LowJosh Turnervideo
Follow Your ArrowKacey Musgravesvideo
We Were UsKeith Urban f. Miranda Lambertvideo
Little Bit GypsyKellie Picklervideo
American KidsKenny Chesneyvideo
BartenderLady Antebellumvideo
Gasoline and MatchesLeAnn Rimesvideo
SoberLittle Big Townvideo
You Sound Good To MeLucy Halevideo
That's My Kind Of NightLuke Bryanvideo
Roller CoasterLuke Bryanvideo
AutomaticMiranda Lambertvideo
All That's LeftMiranda Lambert f. The Time Jumpersvideo
Mama's Broken HeartMiranda Lambertvideo
Eat Sleep Love You RepeatRodney Atkinsvideo
A Feather's Not a BirdRosanne Cashvideo
Feelin' ItScotty McCreeryvideo
We Oughta Be Drinkin'Sheryl Crowvideo
Everything I Shouldn't Be Thinking AboutThompson Squarevideo
Southern GirlTim McGrawvideo
Shotgun RiderTim McGrawvideo
Meanwhile Back At Mama'sTim McGraw f. Faith Hillvideo
Jump Right InZac Brown Bandvideo

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