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Looking to discover some new tunes while you’re stuck at home? The Bluebird staff has you covered! Each weekend, we’ll be putting out a new quarantunes playlist curated by one of our staff members. Today’s playlist is brought to you by The Bluebird Cafe Office Manager, Karleen Watt. Find out the music she listens to while preparing bracelet orders this week!

(Disclaimer: I’m at the beach in my mind 90% of the time and my playlist reflects that.)

David Lee Murphy & Kenny Chesney:

Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

Nothing really to say about this song except that it always comes on the radio right when I need to be reminded that it’s gonna be alright. That and I wish I were in the room when David Lee, Jimmy Yeary & Chris Stevens were writing it. Haha. 

The Brothers Osborne:


 The first time I heard John and TJ sing this song, it was around a bonfire in Key West. It was love at first listen. Every time I hear it it takes me back.  

Raye Williams:

Just Take My Money

I may be biased since Raye is my bestie but I would jam out to this song regardless. It just makes me want to dance. 

Dierks Bentley:

Pretty Girls”  

This is one of those why-wasn’t-this-song-a-huge-hit kind of songs. It has the best vibe. 

Billy Currington:

Summer Forever

I never get sick of this song. It has that perfect head bob feel. And it’s about no more winter so I’m in.

Little Big Town: 

Happy People

Little Big Town. If this song doesn’t make you happy, I don’t know what to tell you. 🙂

Kenny Chesney:

Pirate Flag

Because I’m a pirate flag-waving island girl. 

Sons of the Palomino:

Hole in The Wall

Because it’s about a beach bar. And I LOVE beach bars. 

Thomas Rhett:


Another vibey beach song. I just love it. 


Trouble Maker

I don’t know what it is about this song. I could listen to it 100 times in a row. It’s my jam. 

Paper Tongues:

Ride to California

This song makes me want to get in my car and drive a few thousand miles (fast).

Ashley McBryde:

Better on the Water

Required lake day listening. ‘Nuff said. 

Jake Owen:

Everybody Dies Young

 This is my most recent playlist addition. I’m kind of obsessed. It’s so good.  

– Karleen Watt