Playlist of the week: Cross-country road trip

Illustration by Vanessa Purpura | The Daily Gamecock

Blasting music, rolled down windows, pushing the limit on country roads — what better way to take a cross-country road trip? In a time where nothing appeals less than unhygienic public transportation, traveling cross country by car seems like the perfect vacation. This playlist screams "road-trip” as a catchy combination of country and classics. 

"Take It Easy" — Eagles 

"Take Me Home, Country Roads" — John Denver 

"The Killing Moon" — Echo & the Bunnymoon 

"Generosity" — Shinola Creek 

"Sweet Child O’ Mine" — Guns and Roses 

"Californication" — Red Hot Chili Peppers 

"Ventura Highway"— America, George Martin 

"Sweet Home Alabama" — Lynyrd Skynyrd 

"Dancing in the Moonlight" — King Harvest 

"On the Road Again" — Willie Nelson 

"How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)" — James Taylor 

"Roll Me Up" — Willie Nelson and Snoop Dogg 

"Free Fallin’" — Tom Petty 

"A Horse With No Name" — America 

"Harvest Moon" — Neil Young 


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