President Obama Loves Country Music

President Obama Includes Favorite Country Hits In Campaign Playlist.

Having honored country music recently at Country Music: In Performance at the White House, we already knew that President Obama was a fan of our favorite genre. But we didn’t know just how much of a fan! His team recently released his official campaign playlist for the 2012 election and it turns out country music hits round out 1/4 of the songs on the list! The hit-makers featured include Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley, Sugarland, Montgomery Gentry and Zac Brown Band! So, I guess CMNB has something in common with our President! We love all these country stars too! Check out the complete list below.

2012 President Barack Obama Campaign Playlist.

“Stand Up” – Sugarland
“Everyday America” – Sugarland
“This” -Darius Rucker
“Learn To Live” – Darius Rucker
“My Town” – Montgomery Gentry
“Keep Me In Mind” – Zac Brown Band
“Home” – Dierks Bentley
“Your Smiling Face” – James Taylor
“Different People” – No Doubt
“Got To Get You Into My Life” – Earth Wind and Fire
“Green Onions” – Booker T & The MGs
“I Got You” – Wilco
“Keep Reachin’ Up” – Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators
“Love You I Do?” – Jennifer Hudson
“No Nostalgia” – Ages And Ages
“Raise Up” – Ledisi
“You’ve Got The Love” – Florence and The Machine
“Mr. Blue Sky” – Electric Light Orchestra
“The Best Thing About Me Is You” – Ricky Martin ft. Joss Stone
“You Are The Best Thing” – Ray La Montagne
“Keep Marchin”- Rapheal Saddiq
“We Take Care Of Our Own” – Bruce Springsteen
“The Weight” – Aretha Franklin
“Even Better Than The Real Thing” – U2
“Roll With The Changes” – REO Speedwagon

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