Road trips are a quintessentially Canadian thing! Our country is so enormous, it presents the perfect opportunity to pile in car with the kids and head across province to visit Aunt Mabel in Timmins, or take in the serene beauty of the Cape Breton Highlands. To make a road trip successful, you need snacks, games and of course…music.
Here are the 5 greatest albums to listen to while hitting the road:
Miranda Lambert, Platinum
This 16 track album is one you can listen to over and over again. It features collabs with Carrie Underwood and Little Big Town and can make you go from rocking out to “Little Red Wagon” to chilling out with “Another Sunday in the South”. 
Eric Church, Chef
This is likley one of the greatest albums of all time regardless of where you are listening to it. Every song should have been a single, and with the amount of awards Church got from this, it should have it’s own category of awesome-ness. Crank up the Creepin’, rock out to “Drink in My Hand”, and go deep with “Jesus Does”. 
Garth Brooks, No Fences
Music from Garth and a road trip… yes please! One of the classic albums from Garth Brooks, “No Fences” features some of the greatest songs he’s ever released including, “Unanswered Prayers”, “Friends in Low Places”, and “The Thunder Rolls”. This album will for sure keep you singing… so get going!
Florida Georgia Line, Here’s to the Good Times
“Baby you a song, you make me want to roll the windows down and cruise……..” With their first ever single, “Cruise” and first ever album with a ton of hits, it’s an obvious choice when heading out on the road! Catchy lyrics, party tunes are FGL’s style and with 11 songs it will sure to keep you rocking all trip long, “Here’s to the Good Times”, are we right!?
Terri Clark, Just The Same
Get your voice ready to sing some classic Terri Clark! This 1996 album features some of her best tunes like “Poor Poor Pitiful Me” and “Emotional Girl”. Who doesn’t love 90’s Country music? WE do!
Hopefully this list has inspired you! Look at your calendar, plan a weekend away somewhere, and pack up the car with the kids. This country is full of wide open spaces, and hidden little gems – so get going!
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