Amazon Music tracked the top country songs in each state based on share of streams for one month this summer—and there are plenty of interesting takeaways.
Some states have a lot of pride in their native sons:
- The top song in Illinois is “Illinois” by Illinois native Brett Eldredge.
- North Carolina’s top song is “Carolina Can” by N.C native Chase Rice.
- The king is Texas is George Strait’s “I Got a Car.”
- Arizona likes native son Dierks Bentley’s “I’ll Be the Moon.”
- Alabamians prefer Alabama’s “Dixieland Delight.”
- Kentucky’s top song is native son Chris Stapleton’s “Nobody to Blame”
Some states like to drink:
- Florida’s top song is “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” by Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffet.
- Georgia’s top song is “A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega” by Ashley McBryde.
- Idaho’s top song is “Drinking Class” by Lee Brice.
- Nebraska’s top song is “Drink in My Hand” by Eric Church.
- New Mexico’s top song is “Sangria” by Blake Shelton.
- Wisconsin’s top song is “Dozen Roses and a Six Pack” by Cole Swindell.
Some artists are popular in multiple states:
- Jason Aldean had the top song in Colorado, Delaware and Indiana.
- Carrie Underwood had the top song in Maine, New Jersey and Utah.
- Keith Urban had the top song in California, New Jersey and Oregon.
- Miranda Lambert had the top song in Alaska, Maine and Oklahoma.
Check out the full list below, courtesy of Amazon Music.
photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com