Carolyn Kruse

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As summer winds down, we find ourselves holding on. It’s hard to let go of that seasonal vibe, the constant urge to bring life outside, soak up the sun and let your worries wash away with the tide. Luckily, it’s still August. We are still in it. And the sun hasn’t set on the season yet. It’s National Beach Day! Let’s embrace it, even if you are sitting in an office surrounded by walls and fluorescent lighting.

Get ready to get away, even if you never leave your desk. Celebrate National Beach. Let these 6 songs take you away! Summer is synonomous with country music. There are so many summer songs, musical vibes to take you away, and lyrics that keep your toes in the water. The festivals, the lazy beach days, the drives in the car with the windows down and the radio up, the porch hangs, the cookouts…these place have set the scene for our summer, and the soundtrack has been country music.

Are you ready to push play and let the sounds of summer take you away. Let’s go! Your National Beach Day jams are here.

  • Some Beach- Blake Shelton

    If the lyrics to this summer of 2004 jam don’t take you away from your cubicle or kitchen counter, I don’t know what will.

    “There’s a big umbrella casting shade over an empty chairPalm trees are growin’ and warm breezes blowin’I picture myself right thereOn some beachSomewhere”

  • Beachin'- Jake Owen

    Jake Owen made our escape to the beach easy in 2014 with vibes of warm winds, sun glaring our view and all the summer feels of just beachin’…

  • Somewhere On A Beach- Dierks Bentley

    The ultimate revenge song took Dierks Bentley “Somewhere On A Beach” in 2016. And you know what they say, there’s no better revenge then living your best life, so heĀ  “went wheels up on a runway.And that ticket was a long way.I’m somewhere on a beach, Sipping something strong. ”

  • No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem- Kenny Chesney

    This 2003 beach song is legendary. It’s a must have for any cookout, beach party or car jam. Leave it to the “Sultan of Summer,” Kenny Chesney to deliver it to us.

  • Toes- Zac Brown Band

    Nothing helps you escape the real world like the visual of your toes touching sand…then cooling off in the water. So, Zac Brown Band…please bring us there. (Circa 2009)

  • Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset- Luke Bryan

    Ah, summer love and the love of the beach. If only this feeling could be on repeat. Luke Bryan’s 2018 #1 says it all:

    “Sunrise, sunburn, sunset, repeatMoonlight, all night, crashin’ into meNothin’ will ever be easy as you and meTangled up with nowhere to beJust sunrise, sunburn, sunset, repeat”Sunrise, sunburn, sunset, repeat, ayy