Great American Country is saddling up for a new show. The Highway Cowboys are a new breed of American heroes who volunteer to heard loose cattle threatening the safety of drivers along busy Texas roads. The new series debuts next Tuesday, July 8 at 10/9c, so we’re celebrating country stars who rock the cowboy look.
George Strait, the King of Country Music, is the epitome of a cowboy. Known for his signature cowboy hat and Wranglers, he’s now retired from touring, giving him more time to spend at his Texas ranch, working cattle, riding his favorite roping horses and spending time with his family.
Kenny Chesney is more of an island cowboy than a Texas cowboy, but he’s rarely seen on stage without his cowboy hat.
Tim McGraw has parted ways with his black cowboy hat for movie roles and even music videos, but when it’s show time, fans know he will have his hat firmly in place.
Arkansas may not be known as the land of cowboys, but that doesn’t keep Justin Moore, a native of the state, from proufly rocking a cowboy hat and boots.
Even in the midst of one of his infamous practical jokes, Brad Paisley is sure to have his white cowboy had firmly on his head – unless, of course, the practical joke involves a disguise.
This country newcomer is a cowboy through and through. Jon Pardi often posts photos from his roping and riding adventures and almost always can be found in boots, jeans and a cowboy hat.
Jason Aldean sings about being an “Asphalt Cowboy,” but he could pass as a ropin’ and ridin’ cowboy with his cowboy hat and boots.
Alan Jackson’s cowboy hat is almost as iconic as the singer himself. Fans will be seeing plenty of both Alan and his hat as he celebrates his 25th anniversary in country music throughout 2015.
Chris Young has hung up his cowboy hat these days in favor of going hatless, but we remember when he wouldn’t take the stage without it.
Toby Keith sings about how he should’ve been a cowboy, but with his cowboy hats and boots, he could have fooled us.
Tell us who your favorite cowboys are!