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 94: A cheerful and tender track with acoustic guitar, piano and a soft rhythm. Builds gently to a fun guitar solo before ending on a touching note. Innocent, sweet, compassionate.
BPM 100: An easy, positive folk rock track featuring 6 string and 12 string acoustic guitars with electric guitar providing some punch. Care free, fun, and enjoyable. This track feels like remembering the good ole days with the guys.
BPM 134: An upbeat and uplifting ukulele track with male and female vocals that transports the listener immediately to a happy place with no stress.
A folksy and cinematic track driven by an electric and acoustic guitar. Dream like and evocative, this track makes one think of a trip on a bus or train through the countryside. This piece also features a jazzy breakdown.
BPM 120: Ukelele with light percussion. Acoustic, bright, carefree, cheerful, feel good, hopeful, playful, melodic, sparse.
A traditional tune from Northumberland, England arranged for hammered dulcimer. Mysterious, beautiful and medieval sounding. This track sounds like it belongs in a fair court with maidens and knights.
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BPM 60: A bluesy country track featuring both slide and acoustic guitar. This track exudes a lazy, almost hopeless vibe. Old, tired and broken.
BPM 69: This feel good track features piano and acoustic guitar. A great piece for anyone looking for a mid tempo folk/rock pop sound. Good for a happy endings or conveying feelings of love and generosity.
BPM 140: A country waltz with rock overtones featuring pedal steel guitar as the lead instrument. Banjo comes in and out, and the choruses are punctuated with heavy rock guitars. Sentimental, nostalgic and pleasant.
A medley of three sentimental old-time Irish ballads arranged for solo piano accordion: I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen (pub.1875), Cockles & Mussels (trad), and When Irish Eyes are Smiling (pub.1912). Stylish, somber, and folksy.
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BPM 140: A mid tempo country-pop track in a minor key with a "boogie swing" feel. The piece features pedal steel guitar. Funny and satirical at the same time.
BPM 165: A fun, lively jig featuring a flute lead. Background instruments include accordion, piano, acoustic guitar, drums and bass. This is a great track for productions requiring a fun, Celtic type feel. Also great for children's programming.
BPM 165: A happy, bouncy Celtic Jig featuring accordion as the lead instrument. Great for productions needing music reminiscent of the East Coast of Canada or Gaelic-European flavored music. Festive, spirited and traditional.
BPM 130: Swinging mandolins and bouncy bass lines make this a perfect track to show ethnic landscapes or New York in the 1920s.
BPM 72: Subdued and emotional soundscape with a driving guitar rhythm that portrays struggle and the desire to overcome.
BPM 60: A haunting, powerful, and vivid track with superb slide guitar and dobros that immediately tune in the listener to the trials and tribulations of a character or scene.
BPM 113: Lazy and melodic country grass tune with classic folk instrumentation. Evokes memories of a big field in Georgia, simply passing time.
BPM 80: A beautiful love song with lead female vocals and acoustic guitar. Evokes the peace and longing of a coast side romance.