24. Brothers Osborne, "Rum"
On their first major single, these brothers from Maryland prove that sitting on the dock of the bay is just as country as any pastime in Tennessee — they just favor a little Old Bay over sweet tea. Though its title might indicate a Jimmy Buffett-esque ode to tipsy tropical getaways, one listen proves that this song is anything but: It's an ode to a place where truck beds filled with water replace infinity pools, and rum's served out of plastic cups with no decorative umbrellas in sight. Set to a swampy washboard beat, it's not bemoaning the lack of glamour in a down-home existence — it's about finding the joy in the small things. "Paradise is hiding right here," sings TJ Osborne as his brother John fires bluesy licks, and, with a melody like that, it's easy to believe they really mean it.