The country music hero picks the tunes to get you through the morning.
"This is my 'wide awake in the A.M.' playlist. This is what happens when band guys on a bus start having wars over what to play off their iPods... The songs don't all match, but I like them all for different reasons."
U2 - "Vertigo"
"If you're new on planet earth and don't know Bono and U2, start here!"
Ozzy Osbourne - "Crazy Train"
"Played in football stadiums everywhere, this is a Sunday must."
John Mayer - "Slow Dancing In A Burning Room"
Just a really great vibe on this one. It's a great slow down moment on any playlist.
Charlie Worsham - "Trouble Is"
"Groovy track, great voice and a great musician. Very cool album as a whole but I dig this one especially."
Robin Thicke (feat. T.I. And Pharrell) - "Blurred Lines"
"This song has an absolutely infectious beat. As a musician, I love the space on the track and as a listener it just makes me want to dance."
Electric Mary - "Let Me Out"
"This was a song I got introduced to by one of my band guys late at night on the bus. Hit play and rock out."
Boston - "Peace of Mind"
"Come on. It's Boston."
Merle Haggard, Janie Frickie - "Natural High"
"Classic country voice. Classic love song. If you haven't heard it, go hear it."
Ray Wylie Hubbard - "Snake Farm"
One of the muddiest/dirtiest sounding guitar parts with one of the strangest lyrics you will ever hear. It was the song that played while I took the stage on one of my tours.
Aerosmith - “Dream On”
"One of my absolute favorite vocals based on pure emotion. The insanely high part at the end... Epic."