Whatever you’re doing this Thanksgiving, we’ve got the background — or foreground — music covered. With favorites from Blake Shelton and Carly Pearce to Luke Bryan and Cole Swindell, with a few special surprises in between, we’re wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving!
Blake Shelton Feat. Gwen Stefani “Happy Anywhere”
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s latest track, “Happy Anywhere,” is all about being grateful for who you’re with, not where you’re at. Seemed like the perfect choice to kick off the Thanksgiving playlist.
Mitch Rossell “Then Again”
It’s never easy to let go of a relationship around the holidays, even when you know it’s for the best. Mitch Rossell’s “Then Again” provides a little bit of musical comfort to get you through it.
Carly Pearce “Next Girl”
Carly Pearce is the ultimate big sis/best friend with her new track “Next Girl” and for that, we’re thankful.
James Dupré “I Pulled It Off”
“I Pulled It Off” from James Dupré’s third studio album, Home and Away, is all about being proud of your accomplishments in all facets of your life.
Ryan Hurd “Every Other Memory”
Ryan Hurd’s latest single, “Every Other Memory,” reminds us to embrace the memories, past and present, good and bad, and be thankful that they happened.
Luke Bryan “Down to One”
“Down to One,” the latest single from Luke Bryan’s seventh studio album, is all about embracing love and not wanting the night to end.
Cody Belew “A Thousand Miles From Nowhere”
Cody Belew puts his spin on the heart-wrenching Dwight Yoakum classic “A Thousand Miles From Nowhere.”
Cole Swindell “Single Saturday Night”
You can’t go wrong with a little Cole Swindell on your Thanksgiving playlist. Turn up his latest release, “Single Saturday Night,” and enjoy!
Amanda Kate “Buzzin”
Turn up Amanda Kate’s “Buzzin!” for an upbeat tune sure to get you through all those long hours of Thanksgiving cooking.
Russell Dickerson “Home Sweet”
Russell Dickeron’s new song “Home Sweet,” from his forthcoming sophomore album, Southern Symphony, reminds us that there really isn’t anything better than being “Home Sweet” for the holidays.
Gabrielle Mooney “Come on In”
Gabrielle Mooney reminisces about her family back home and all of the memories she has there in her debut single, “Come on In.”
Joey Hendricks “Yours or Mine”
Celebrating the beginning stages of love, Joey Hendricks’ debut single, “Yours or Mine,” is perfect for that first holiday you take your new love home to meet the family.
Amy Jack “Big Boy Up”
Amy Jack’s “Big Boy Up” is the perfect track to turn up right before the classic Thanksgiving day football game!
Chris Tomlin Feat. Chris Lane “Gifts From God”
To close out our 2020 Thanksgiving playlist, Chris Tomlin reminds us to be thankful for all of life’s blessings — big and small.
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