10 Country Music Videos Featuring Chevy Vehicles
If you’re a fan of country music, then you know for a fact that country singers love talking about three things: beer, heartache, and trucks. While most singers may not love Chevy vehicles as much as Luke Bryan, there are still a few that liked Chevys so much that they included them in their music videos. Check out which artists included the iconic brand in their videos below.
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- Florida Georgia Line
- Alan Jackson
- Shania Twain
- Tim McGraw
- Cole Swindell
- Jason Aldean
- Maddie & Tae
- Kip Moore
- Jake Owen
- Brad Paisley
Florida Georgia Line – “Cruise”
The first major single from Florida Georgia Line, “Cruise,” was an instant hit and dominated the radio waves in 2012. The video begins with an unknown black vehicle zooming down a road before the duo is seen strumming their guitars. From there, multiple Chevy vehicles are shown, including a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, a couple of Silverado trucks, and a 1973 Chevrolet C20 truck (pictured).
Alan Jackson – “Chattahoochee”
This classic early ’90s country song includes lyrics about drinking beer, having fun with friends in the muddy waters of Georgia, and even fogging up the windows of an old Chevy. The video matches perfectly, with Jackson singing while a group of young kids are riding around in a white 1985 Chevrolet K-10. Later, the aforementioned foggy-windowed 1965 Chevy Bel Air makes an appearance as well.
Shania Twain – “That Don’t Impress Me Much”
“That Don’t Impress Me Much” was the seventh single from the best-selling country album ever, Come on Over, by Shania Twain. The video has close to 48 million views on YouTube and features Twain singing about various men that simply don’t impress her. One of those men was driving a black 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air with flames painted on the front and sides. He may have had “the moves,” but he clearly didn’t have “the touch.”
Tim McGraw – “Truck Yeah”
It doesn’t get much more country than devoting a song entirely to trucks and that’s just what Tim McGraw did with “Truck Yeah.” The video for the song starts with McGraw unloading a ton of trucks from an 18-wheeler while singing about football, drinking on a Saturday, and then going to church on Sunday. There were six different Chevy vehicles in the video, including a ’72 C-Series, an ’86 K-10, an ’85 K-30, a 2003 Silverado, and a close-up shot of a purple 1954 3600 (pictured).
Cole Swindell – “Chillin’ It”
The video for Cole Swindell’s “Chillin’ It” immediately starts out with Swindell driving a red 1972 Chevy Blazer down an isolated country road. The singer then notices a beautiful girl who magically appears in the passenger’s seat of the Blazer. From then on, the video staggers between the couple riding through the woods in the classic vehicle and shots of Swindell’s band jamming out.
Jason Aldean – “Tattoos on This Town”
Jason Aldean’s song “Tattoos on This Town” is focused on how the memories made in a small town are like tattoos that stay with you forever. The video begins with a young male protagonist drag racing a 1973 Chevrolet Nova against a Pontiac vehicle. Later, another teenager is seen taking a baseball bat to a mailbox while hanging out of the window of a Chevy truck. While the video ends on a somber note, the majority of it is fun and lighthearted.
Maddie & Tae – “Girl in a Country Song”
Country newcomers Maddie & Tae released their first single, “Girl in a Country Song,” in July 2014. The video for the hit song features the duo jamming out while somewhat poking fun at classic country songs where women are referred to as “baby” or “honey.” While there are a few different Chevy Silverados shown in the video, the coolest truck was definitely a white 1955 Chevrolet Task-Force 3100.
Kip Moore – “Beer Money”
In true country fashion, this song by Kip Moore features beer and trucks. The video for “Beer Money” begins in an old garage where Moore’s boss berates him for making mistakes while at work. After receiving his final check, Kip then heads to his dark blue 1985 Chevrolet K-10 to go pick up his girlfriend for a fun night out on the town.
Jake Owen – “Days of Gold”
The video for Jake Owen’s “Days of Gold” features a drag race similar to the one seen in Jason Aldean’s previously mentioned video. A neon green 1969 Chevy Camaro is squaring off against a red 1962 Chevy Impala on a secluded road, with a young girl dropping a handkerchief to initiate the race. The end of the video featured a 2011 Chevy Silverado heading towards Daytona Beach with “To Be Continued” on the screen…
Brad Paisley – “Old Alabama”
Country superstar Brad Paisley teamed up with Alabama for the song, “Old Alabama,” in 2011. There are quite a few Chevys in the video, including a black Corvette C1 driven by Paisley, but nothing compares to the red 1967 Corvette C2 that appears (pictured). Other notable cameos include a 1970 Chevelle Malibu, a couple of ’50s Bel Airs, and a 1969 Camaro.