The Summer Cookout Playlist

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It’s finally here. Summer is upon us. If you’re like many Americans, this is when the grills get pulled out of the garage, dusted off, cleaned, and fired up for their inaugural cooking. It’s cookout season, which means you’re going to have all your pals over. Who’s in charge of the tunes? A great cookout can be a perfect cookout with the perfect songs in the background. Here’s 3 to start you off.

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Alright. What 3 songs make the cut?

For this first one, we’ll keep it classic. Don’t sleep on the king. Elvis has summer hits for all ages. Make sure you’ve got “Don’t Be Cruel” on the evening’s playlist. This Elvis song hits the sweet spot between his more upbeat hits like “Heartbreak Hotel” and “Jailhouse Rock” and his softer ballads. This one will be a nice, pleasant, crowd-pleaser.

Next, we’ll move into this decade and recommend “Lucia” by a band named Hiss Golden Messenger. HGM, as they’re called, make happy, easygoing sunny Saturday music. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a band that grooves with less effort. 

Lastly, let’s shoot for someone between the two. “Harvest” by Neil Young hits the mark. Who doesn’t love Neil Young? People you can’t trust, that’s who. Let this easy, chill Neil Young hit carry the night along.

Happy summer!

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