Royalty Free Country / Folk Music
Give your next project a bit of southern charm with these country and folk tracks. From traditional banjo and mandolin bluegrass to epic old western scores, these tunes are perfect for creating a feeling of positivity and nostalgia.
BPM 90: Charming, feel good and quirky. This track features a catchy whistling melody and is accompanied by guitar, banjo, kazoo and drums. Give any project that youthful almost indie vibe.
BPM 90: This track starts out with strumming 6 and 12 string acoustic guitars, then builds as electric guitars and organ are added as the song progresses. This track evokes images of moving, traveling, big skies, etc. Positive, uplifting & hopeful with a solid groove.
BPM 190: An up tempo, country-folk piece. The tones and mood represents nature and freedom. Harmonica, guitar, bass, drum, percussion, ukulele, accordion and slide guitar all give this track its signature folk style.
BPM 104: This track has mellow and easygoing written all over it. An uplifting piece with a touch of nostalgia. Remember the good times with old friends with this evocative track.
BPM 100: A funny and light country track with a sense of adventure. Rhythmic, engaging and fun. This piece is well suited for programming aimed towards children or lifestyle programming.
BPM 100: Delivering a soft yet heartfelt melody, the acoustic guitar in this track will put one at ease. Spot on for delivering a strong sense of reflection, loneliness, and hope all at the same time.
BPM 115: A nice, easy modern acoustic folk guitar track with an easy swing feel to it. Featuring two acoustic guitars doing tasteful finger picking, with bass guitar and drums to round it out. Positive, carefree and laid back.
BPM 95: Ethnic and choir voices are laid over a hip hop beat, with mellow acoustic guitars. Spiritual, elevating and dynamic. This piece can be used in spiritual or meditative contexts.
BPM 70: A beautiful and touching romantic piece featuring two finger-picked acoustic guitars, with leads provided by fiddle and pedal steel giving it a slow country flavor. Drums and bass round out the track giving it impact. Tender, romantic and expressive.
BPM 127: A confident, percussive and intriguing score with an acoustic guitar motif, pizzicato cellos, violins, and percussions. Engaging, dynamic and bouncy. Also with an emotional side.
BPM 94: A sunny, happy, and uplifting track. The music moves between acoustic folk to light country. Instruments used include: acoustic and electric guitars, lap steel, synth, bass guitar and a variety of percussion. A great piece for traveling or vacation content.
BPM 98: This folk rock music is a blast from the past. Sporting a 60s influenced sound, the piece conveys feelings of fun, playfulness and energy. Kick your shoes off, layback, and enjoy being alive!
BPM 102: Light and airy acoustic guitars with drums and electric guitar melodies. Feel good music that is upbeat and bouncy.
A medley of three sentimental, old-time ballads arranged for solo piano accordion: The Last Rose of Summer (pub.1810), The Rose of Tralee(pub.19th century) and Roses of Picardy(pub.1916). This track has a stylish tone and an emotional vibe. Nostalgic, folksy and somber.
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BPM 88: Laid back, contemporary country/rock. Features acoustic guitars, bass and drums. A versatile track that conveys reflective and hopeful tones.
BPM 120: Solo electric guitar track. Bouncy and carefree with a carefree feeling. Great for promoting gentle and happy vibes.
BPM 70: Like the title suggests, this track is a sweet and acoustic waltz. Mellow, romantic and down to earth. This piece evokes images of coming back home and realizing how great it was without realizing it before.
BPM 110: A cool country-rock song. Serene, simple and effective. This track is great for underscoring lifestyle content or corporate videos.