13 Country Music Album Covers That All Look Exactly The Same

If you need to come out with a country music LP or single, there’s a very simple formula for the cover. First, find a white dude with gay face, preferably if he looks like an ex-boy band member or Jesus. Put him in a dark henley or a plain-colored t-shirt. Nothing fancy or with words on it. Words are for communists. Apply a single chain necklace, if available. Then film said gentleman in semi close-up with a vague expression on their face and make the background look blurry. You can mix it up a bit, by having them stand up, sit in bed or smile, but do not FOR ANY REASON let them wear a button-down shirt. Earth will be destroyed.

From singles to full-length albums, here are 13 examples of the formula, proof that all you need to start your own career in Nashville is soft lighting and a nice array of henleys. TC mark

1. Austin Webb, Slip on By

Austin Webb/Amazon
Austin Webb/Amazon

2. Billy Currington, Hey Girl

Billy Currington/Amazon
Billy Currington/Amazon

3. Hunter Hayes, Encore

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Hunter Hayes/Encore

4. Hunter Hayes, Wanted

Hunter Hayes/Amazon
Hunter Hayes/Amazon

5. Thomas Rhett, It Goes Like This

Thomas Rhett/Amazon
Thomas Rhett/Amazon

6. Billy Ray Cyrus, Back to Tennessee

Billy Ray Cyrus/Amazon
Billy Ray Cyrus/Amazon

7. Lee Brice, Parking Lot Party

Lee Brice/Parking Lot Party
Lee Brice/Parking Lot Party

8. Kip Moore, Up All Night

Kip Moore/Amazon
Kip Moore/Amazon

9. Justin Moore, Point At You

Justin Moore/Amazon
Justin Moore/Amazon

10. Luke Bryan, Tailgates and Tanlines

Luke Bryan/Amazon
Luke Bryan/Amazon

11. Jake Owen, Barefoot Blue Jean Night

Jake Owen/Amazon
Jake Owen/Amazon

12. Keith Urban, Get Closer

Keith Urban/Amazon
Keith Urban/Amazon

13. Charlie Worsham, Could It Be

Charlie Worsham/Amazon
Charlie Worsham/Amazon

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