Best Texas Country/Red Dirt Song of 2012 – Vote Now
2012 was a big year for the Texas Country and Red Dirt music scene. The talent level continues to rise and the music keeps bettering better and better. There were so many good songs in 2012 and we want to know what your favorite was. It's your time to voice your opinion. Sound off and vote now on our finalists. Voting ends at 11:59PM on Sunday, December 23. You can vote for your favorite song once an hour!
Aaron cut this song in support of The Boot Campaign. Let's all raise our bottle for this one.
High energy a lots of fun from CDB on 'One Star Flag'. It's Casey and the boys doing what they do best.
Watch out for the Cody Johnson Band. He's going to be big if he keeps cranking out one's like 'Guilty As Can Be'.
'So So Long' is a song that you would gladly welcome to getting stuck in your head.
'Even If It Breaks Your Heart' continued the hot streak for the Eli Young Band in 2012.
Jason Boland is one of the best story tellers and 'False Accusers Lament' is a perfect example of that.
'Beer For Breakfast' is the title track from JB and the Moonshine Band's newest album and don't be surprised if you put this song on repeat more than a time or two.
The pride of Idalou delivers again with the chart burning 'Touch'.
Fowler keeps the hits rolling and none were bigger in 2012 than 'Here's To Me And You'.
This monster single took the command in 2012 as 'One More Sad Song' dominated the airwaves.
The dynamic duo of the Rankin Twins saw their 2012 single 'Rain' climb all the way to the top of the charts.
Stoney made us wait a long time in between albums but it was well worth the wait thanks to songs like 'Look At Me Fly'.
The Turnpike Troubadours continue to wow new fans thanks to songs like 'Gin, Smoke, Lies'.
Wade teamed up with Guy Clark to deliver this instant classic from his new album 'The Given'.