CML Reaches 1,000 Posts

Dayne and Sarah

Sarah and Me

You’re reading the 1,000th post on Country Music Life.

I wanted to mark the occasion by saying thank you to you for reading the articles here. I know you don’t always agree with my view on songs, but I appreciate the discussion. I think we have a great place to discover new country songs and learn about the artists we love.

I also have to thank Adam for writing the CML Chart each week. He’s awesome.

It’s been just over two years since CML launched. I was pushed by my girlfriend to write about what I love and country music is truly something I love. It’s fulfilling to me to analyze country music songs, artists, and even the business side of things.

Looking back on the posts here on CML it makes me realize that these songs and artists truly live on forever. They’ll be in the hearts and minds of the country music fans out there. Hopefully a couple of these posts will live on in that way too.

I thought I would share some of my favorite posts from the last 999 articles. Here they are:

10 Tongue-In-Cheek Country Songs

The first post.

Better Than I Used to Be – Sammy Kershaw

Sammy was singing about getting better before it was cool.

The Saddest Country Songs of All Time

This is the most viewed post on CML

Colt Ford – Every Chance I Get Album Review

Colt Ford has been taking over country music with his rap-country movement. I love reviewing albums.

Darius Rucker Sings with John Daly

JD shared this post with his Twitter followers. I thought that was pretty cool.

Two Real Life Crazy Hearts

After seeing the movie it reminded me of how real this story actually is for some country artists.

I’m Over You – Keith Whitley

I should bring back Flashback Friday. I love looking back on the great old songs.

The Genius of Blackhawk

They really are geniuses and I love writing these feature pieces that go more in depth into the artists we love.

Dayne Shuda

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