My Top Ten Albums of 2014.

My Top Ten Albums of 2014.

It’s about that time. Today, as ALL of you know, is the very last day of the year. It’s only fitting that the last post of 2014 contain all my favorite musical moments of the past year. It’s been one of a lot of changes and a lot of growth here at Jukebox Mixtape, but one thing remains the constant, this blog has always been about music and it’s place in my (and hopefully, your) life. Music, and the people who make it, is what inspired me to put fingers to keyboard and begin blogging here just over two years ago. I can’t thank all of you reading this enough for sticking by me, helping my little spot on the internet grow and grow, by leaps and bounds, over the past few years. I only have bigger and better plans for 2015. Cheers to that!

But before I sign my official last post for 2014, I wanted to share my top ten albums. Most of them are in the country/americana genre, but there might be a surprise or two in there. I’m also sharing with you my favorite song off that album, just in case you haven’t had the chance to check one of them out.

Let me know what your top ten albums are in the comments below. Or tweet me a few @JukeboxMixtape.



1. Dierks Bentley – Riser

2. The Osborne Brothers – The Osborne Brothers

3. First Aid Kit – Stay Gold

4. Taylor Swift – 1989

(Sorry, Taylor Swift hates streaming music)

5. Miranda Lambert РPlatinum 

6. Jamestown Revival – Utah

7. Little Big Town – PainKiller

8. The Dirty Guv’nahs – Hearts On Fire

9. Frankie Ballard – Sunshine & Whiskey

10. The Lovelocks – The Lovelocks

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