If you are a classic rock fan, you probably have the largest selection of songs to choose from to make the ULTIMATE mix of classic rock songs for your trip. From Lynyrd Skynyrd to Crosby, Stills Nash and Young to the Rolling Stones, classic rock is the type of music that gets people out of their seats wanting to dance, which could be dangerous if you are driving I guess. Regardless, these high-powered top-hit songs are sure to make your road tripe a whole lot smoother.
Road Trip Songs for Classic Rock Fans:
1. Lynyrd Skynrd's "Free Bird" comes in at number one for encompassing the true essence of what it means to be a free bird, driving across the country.
2. Billy Joel's "Only the Good Die Young" comes in at number two for its overall singability, which is key to any good road trip, as well as its catchiness and wide appeal to a large number of age groups.
3. The third song on the list comes from the one, the only, Sir Elton John. "Rocket Man" is a sure fired way to pump up any lacklaster roadtrip.
Road Trip Songs for Hip-Hop Fans:
1. At number one in the hip-hop category for road trip songs comes Snoop Dogg's "Gin n Juice". This classic hip-hop number will turn a boring road trip into a bumpin' road trip in no time.
2. The second hip-hop song is another classic, coming from the Notorious B.I.G, may he rest in peace. This classic song is titled "Hypnotize" and its sure to make the time fly on any long road trip.
3. Number three in the hip-hop category comes from artist Kanye West and the song is titled "Power." This high paced song is an instant way to liven up a road trip.
Road Trip Songs for Pop Fans:
1. At number one comes Queens' Bohemian Rahpsoday- a classic pop/rock tune sure to liven up any road trip!
2. Number two in the pop category is one of the more recent tunes on the list, but well deserved none the less. At number two in the pop category comes Kelly Clarkeson's "Breakaway", a great road trip moral booster after long hours on the road.
3. Prince's "Little Red Corvette" is number three- a great road trip song.
- Auto.com Editorial Staff