Mitt Romney Playlist Has Country Music Covered

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All American Morning News with Eric Scott

Country's Carrie Underwood

*Photo Courtesy www.carrieunderwoodofficial.com*

3/20/2012 (TheBoot.com) — Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has released his Spotify playlist and, perhaps reflecting his recent campaign swing through the Southern states, the former Massachusetts governor has a healthy number of country artists and songs represented on the list. The governor revealed his playlist by linking to it in a tweet which read: “Spending a lot of time on the road means you have to carry good music – here are some of my favorites.”

Carrie Underwood is the only female act on the entire list of 19 tracks. Her ‘All-American Girl’ is the last of the tracks listed. Also featured are Toby Keith (‘As Good As I Once Was’), the Soggy Bottom Boys (‘I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow’ from the ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ soundtrack), Keith Urban (‘Somebody Like You’), Willie Nelson (‘Over the Rainbow’), Tim McGraw and Faith Hill (‘It’s Your Love’), Johnny Cash (‘Ring of Fire’), Clint Black (his cover of the Eagles‘ ‘Desperado’) and Kid Rock (‘Born Free’).

-Eric Scott

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