Looking for a great country showtune for an upcoming audition or project? Well, if it’s for an audition, you should check out our giant database of audition songs for specific musicals. But if your show hasn’t yet been covered by us, you can go through these country musical theatre songs, sorted by vocal type.
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“Doatsy Mae” – The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
“If You Knew My Story” – Bright Star
“Play a Country Enut” – Nunsense Jamboree
“That’s What You Call a Dream” – Bonnie & Clyde
“Something From a Dream” – The Bridges of Madison County
“Tell My Father” – The Civil War
“That’s What I Could Do” – Violet
“Worlds Apart” – Big River
“Father How Long?” – The Civil War
“Fathers and Sons” – Working
“Look Around” – The Will Rogers Follies
“Temporarily Lost” – The Bridges of Madison County
“Dusty Plays the Saw” – The Burnt Part Boys
“Mr. Hopalong Heartbreak” – Urban Cowboy
“Santa Ain’t Comin’ to Our House” – Nuncrackers
“The Ballad of Booth” – Assassins
Psst… Here’s where you can find out your vocal type!
“Change It” – 9 to 5
“Every Day of the Week is a Saturday” – Nunsense Jamboree
“How Bout a Dance?” – Bonnie & Clyde
“Oklahoma?” – Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
“Another Round” – Bright Star
“The Pricklepear Bloom” – The Robber Bridegroom
“Breeze Off the River” – The Full Monty
“Heartbreaker” – Bright Star
“How Glory Goes” – Floyd Collins
“Last Time I Came to Memphis” – Violet
Want more songs? Check out these DIY Rep Books for EVERY vocal type!
Which of these country musical theatre songs is your favorite?
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Author: Stacy Karyn
Stacy Karyn is the founder of Theatre Trip, author of The Thespian’s Bucket List, and creator of The Cast Album List. She holds a BA in theatre, a TESOL drama certificate, and has worked and interned with Broadway and Off-Broadway theaters.