1. “Dirt Road Anthem” (2010) by Jason Aldean
2. “Take a Back Road” (2011) by Rodney Atkins
3. “End of a Dirt Road” (2010) by Josh Abbott band
4. “Good Directions” (2006) by Billy Currington
5. “Red Dirt Road” (2003) by Brooks and Dunn
Every country music fan, whether you're a country bumpkin or a city slicker, understands the fact that country music is full of stereotypes. Music Times shared that The Hardline, a Dallas radio station, came up with its own definition of country music and it is hysterically accurate: "You have to have a truck, girl, beer and/or liquor, farm equipment, mud/dust, rural setting like a river, jeans, boots, guns, critters. If you run out of things to talk about, just mention the troops." That definition is spot on and all of the dirt road songs included in this listicle are more or less full of those stereotypes. Most of the songs in this list have received mixed reviews about the songs being built on genre stereotypes that are ruining country music. Whether you agree or disagree with that fact, this listicle included 5 songs that reveal how stereotypically similar dirt road songs are through the use of "countryisms."