AT Tunes: Vol 1
Being a huge music fan I’ve decided to start building some playlists specifically for my upcoming AT Thru hike. Having hiked the Long Trail without any music, I have looked back and wished I had some tunes a certain points when pumping out long days of hiking.
For my first playlist I’ve decided to build a list with songs that have something to do with each state. It is certainly a hodgepodge of different songs. The playlist consists of hip/hop, country, rock, Alternative, parody, and even soul. Being from New Hampshire I had to choose a song that is not only from a local group, but is solely about everything New Hampshire!
AT Tunes: Vol 1
Georgie On My Mind – Ray Charles
Carolina In My Mind – James Taylor
Tennessee Love – Yelawolf
Meet Virginia – Train
West Virginia – Bingotherapy
Maryland (feat. Pro’verb) – Lyriciss
Pennsylvania – Bloodhoung Gang
Jersey – Naive New Beaters
Empire State of Mind (feat. Alicia Keys) – JAY Z
Kylie from Connecticut – Ben Folds
I’m Shipping Up to Boston – Dropkick Murphys
Vermont – The Districts
Granite State of Mind – The SSP
Portland, Maine – Time McGraw
I hope this encourages others to share some of their playlists or music that they will be bringing along with them.
Expect more to come as more music planning is underway!
Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with any of the aforementioned musical artists and haven’t received any sort of compensation for making note of any other the songs listed above.
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