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Genre: Blues & Southern Rock

Found 373 tracks

This dirty, golden-era, Nashville-inspired track features a sole, electric guitar and finger snaps. The slap-back guitar sound is overdriven, easily bringing to mind honky tonk days and good times. Great for comedies, travel, documentaries and 50s-60s period pieces. Gritty/ Nashville/ ‘50s Country. [Tempo: Medium / 98 BPM]

An uptempo country tune about a woman aggressively seeking closure with her cheating man. Available as a vocal version and an instrumental version. [Tempo: / 94 BPM]

Country style track about a walking boy; available both as a vocal track and as a country / blues underscore instrumental track. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 68 BPM]

Bouncy Cajun style blues rock. Slide guitars and accordeon. Down and dirty, grinding and swaying. Bass enters second time. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 107 BPM]

Cool, exciting, positive, motivating, soulful, powerful, lively, passionate and driven blues-rock groover. Big guitars, vocal samples, crowd handclaps and pumping drums combine to make music suitable for car / beer / liquor / cologne commercials or sports/action/thriller type projects. Available with or without blues style vocal snippets. [Tempo: Slow / 79 BPM]

Like the charm of a good storyteller, this banjo track has humour, good pacing and quirky shifts. Joining the banjo is a sparse rhythm section of steel-string guitar, claps and drums. Great for comedy, children’s programming, video blogs, travel and cooking shows. Southern / Upbeat / Banjo. There is also a 'No Banjo' version, where the mouth harp / jaw harp comes out more clearly. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 100 BPM]

This track feels like you are in an off the cuff, backwoods, American jam session. Folksy acoustic guitar plays the main part, with slide electric guitar and far-away vocals speckled in, and steady claps and kick drum. Perfect for comedy, drama, real-life rural themes, cooking and travel. Raw / In The Pocket / Rural. Available with or without the vocal shouts. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 117 BPM]

Compelling vocal jazz in slow swing. Powerful lyrics paint a stark picture about what can be one of the toughest things in life; facing the truth. Smokey male vocalist backed by bass, piano, brush drums lineup. Blues feel within jazz context. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 67 BPM]

A slow and sizzling, groovy rock track with a meaty punch and an uplifting, euphoric chorus section. Glam and punchy. Great for action, sports, road trip and much more. [Tempo: Medium / 101 BPM]

Slow swing ballad with introspective lyrics referencing alcohol, moods, and outlook on life. Male jazz vocalist and quartet featuring guitar, bass, piano, brush drums. You can’t quite put your finger on whether the mood of the singer is accepting, melancholy, a little of both, or just too drunk to care. Piano and guitar solos. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 60 BPM]

Stomping, pounding, strutting mid-tempo indie rocker with a lot of attitude. Infectious guitar riffs, clapping and monster groove. Fresh, catchy and not too serious. Imagine a car commercial, monster trucks, limo cruising, energetic swagger. [Tempo: Slow / 80 BPM]

A cool and dirty Indie Rock track, with a funky swagger and a rowdy edge, similar The White Stripes and Garage Rock. Available with or without the vocals. [Tempo: Medium / 135 BPM]

Classic style blues rock / southern rock. Slide guitars over raucous, funky drums. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

Bluesy, driving, jazz-funk tune featuring guitar and trumpet. Non-stop, wire to wire driving energy. funky jazz that hits you hard right from the start and doesn't let go. [Tempo: Fast / 116 BPM]

This lonely, slide resonator guitar piece is the epitome of: No prospects, down on your luck, but you still got some pride and you’re still alive. It’s a recording of a single performance with no fixed meter (free time). This is great for country dramas with protagonists battling feelings of despair, loneliness, poverty, fruitless crops, and emotional turmoil. Also, this is excellent for drone shots or landscapes of large sweeps of country and nature. [Tempo: Slow / 64 BPM]

A groovy and crunchy Classic rock / Hard rock track with a catchy main riff and an upbeat, positive, testosterone fueled drive. [Tempo: Medium / 127 BPM]

Lost in the middle of nowhere, without water or shade, and under the hot noon sun. This western spaghetti soundtrack is not the same old epic and heroic Ennio Morricone old west theme. Instead, it brings a slow-paced and sombre take on the Lone Gunman and his struggles to find his way. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 95 BPM]

Slow, emotional, blues-tinged rock track with a piano intro and plenty of lead guitar and a melancholic feel to it. Slowly builds in intensity as it progresses to it's climax. Reminiscent in parts of Jeff Beck, BB King and Neal Schon [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 50 BPM]

This Southern-rock type track is soulful and easy on the ears. It conveys the feeling of being around people and things that feel like home. Electric guitars play the laid-back melody hovering over a swinging rhythm section of acoustic guitars, piano, bass and drums. This track perfect for sentimental, good-natured, down-to-earth moments in dramas, travel, family and documentary programming. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 77 BPM]

Classic upbeat Americana track great for road trips, line dancing, cowboys, comedies and movies set in southern states, trusty pick-up trucks and a comfortable pair of jeans. [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 130 BPM]

A dirty and groovy piece of classic raw funk. Very cool, uptempo and upbeat, a groovy piece of royalty free instrumental music with funky clav, sexy horn lines and funky rhythms. The perfect piece of music to capture the attention of your audience. [Tempo: Medium / 120 BPM]

Old time American waltz, with dobro, pedal steel guitar, banjo and mandolin. Country & western, bluesy, folky. Homely and wholesome, midwestern America. Also available as an Underscore version, without the lead instruments. [Tempo: Medium / 130 BPM]

A swinging dirty, modern guitar jam with a sarcastic, mean streak. Tough boys with big toys. 1970's classic rock influence combined with Southern / Blues style. Mean and gritty. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 110 BPM]

Rock track with a heavy riff. Transmits power, strength and sense to go beyond the limits. [Tempo: Slow / 73 BPM]

A very slow folk / country / Americana track. Nostalgic, wistful, a little bluesy. Starts off with a single electric slide guitar, then adds organ, bass and drums. The are various versions available. The "No intro" version skips the first part with only the slide guitar. The "No drums" version (unsurprisingly) is without the drums. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 55 BPM]

Ragtime featuring banjos, acoustic guitar & bass. Fun retro style; all genuine live played acoustic instruments. [Tempo: Medium / 85 BPM]

Rowdy southern rock song about partying country-style-meant for energy and crowds. Available as a vocal version and an instrumental version. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 84 BPM]

Rural, resolute and willful, this country blues is slow, drawn out – balancing between future hope and past pain. It’s sparse, slide resonator guitar arrangement is an excellent pairing for rural settings: dramas, reality and cooking shows. Resonator Slide / Delta Blues / Reflective / Prideful. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 60 BPM]

A delightful little jazz piano piece. Light and playful, with a mellow, relaxed feel, and with an ever so slight hint of the blues. Warm and loving. [Tempo: Slow / 105 BPM]

A slow and somewhat doom laden country / americana track. Simple arrangement with one electric guitar, bass guitar and sparse clap rhythm. Serious, masculine. [Tempo: Slow / 72 BPM]

Acoustic guitar finger style track. Easy-going, feelgood and homey. [Tempo: Medium / 80 BPM]

Classic jazzy bluesy drinking song. Sweet guitar work and jazz rhythm section. Just drinkin', it is what it is - not "too" sad or "too" bluesy. Clever lyrics paint the bar scene with first person conversational tone between singer and bartender. Guitar solo stings the blues but has jazzy overtones, Male Vocals, Jazz Music, Swing Ensembles. [Tempo: Medium / 99 BPM]

Rowdy, fun country song about preferring a southern boy to a city boy-think Gretchen Wilson or Miranda Lambert. [Tempo: Medium / 92 BPM]

Vocal Soul / R&B / Blues ballad with female vocals. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 63 BPM]

Moody Americana track. Lap steel guitar over sparse drums and a foreboding drone. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 65 BPM]

Medium-slow 12 bar vocal blues with jazz harmonic overtones featuring piano, electric guitar, acoustic bass, and drums. Humorous lyrics get right to the point; “You can boss me around; but don’t tell me how to drive”. Bluesy swing feel. Guitar and piano takes turns answering vocals and taking solos. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 75 BPM]

Smokey, soulful love song crooned by male blues singer. Guitar, piano, bass, drum backing. Lyrics about how fulfilled and excited he is with his new found love. Guitar and piano solos. Classic swinging jazz/blues feel. [Tempo: Slow / 83 BPM]

Dirty, bluesy, beaty, sexy, sleazy groove-rock 'n roller with loads of energy, sass & attitude. Sexy, wicked, wild, edgy, undeniably head-noddingly rhythmic. Would suit men & motors / macho / road trip type projects. [Tempo: Medium / 89 BPM]

This raw and swampy steel-string slide guitar track so easily conveys a wide-open, rural situation in which some protagonist – in dire straits – has little hope left. Its wistful, searching and country sentiment is a great complement to soulful dramas and rural 'country life' documentaries. Soulful / Steel-String Slide / Swampy. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 75 BPM]

Dirty and pounding blues rock tune in the style of The Black Keys, with distorted and fuzz guitars, and a killer drum beat. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 82 BPM]

A warm and reflective piece performed on clean electric jazz guitar. Elements of jazz, pop ballad and blues. A poignant, thoughtful, nostalgic, emotional and comforting track, highly suitable for film and media. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 92 BPM]

A catchy, rocking modern male Pop Country song about transporting moonshine. Features heavy electric guitar, banjo, bass, drums, and male vocals. Available as a vocal version and an instrumental version. [Tempo: Slow / 79 BPM]

An atmospheric groove and guitar track that's calming and inspiring at the same time. A repetitive, jazzy bass pattern supports floating pads and sensitive guitar melodics. Somewhere between lounge, chillout, smooth jazz and blues. Tasteful and appealing. [Tempo: Medium / 81 BPM]

Funny midtempo country song about loving a woman with a crazy and fun personality. Available as a vocal version and an instrumental version. [Tempo: Medium / 90 BPM]

Acoustic Guitars with a Rock / bluesy downhome feel. Ziana is short for Louisiana. Instrumental, Acoustic Blues / Folk. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

Swampy and joyful this banjo-based track is upbeat and has an early Southern country touch. The resonant banjo integrates the melody and harmony, and is accentuated by acoustic guitar and brushed drums. Excellent for rural drama and comedies, cooking and travel shows. Southern / Joyful / Country. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 104 BPM]

Raw and upbeat, this early, country blues track is highly rhythmic and increases in tempo. Unpredictable and improvised, its two acoustic guitars riff over a bed of amp-distorted harmonica, brushed snare and kick drum. This track is perfect for injecting a wily, playfully “American” tone into dramas, comedies and rural travel shows. Tempo Increases / Wily / Early Blues [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 120 BPM]

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