Feel the Vibe With These 100 Best Songs About California

Best songs about California
California - one may recognize it as the land of flowing milk and honey, the place of beaches, palm springs, Hollywood, a potpourri of cultures, glitz, and glamor. This post lists out the best songs featuring the high and fun life of California by various artists. Enjoy!
Sing the Official Song!
I Love You, California is the official state song, written by F. B. Silverwood and composed by A. F. Frankenstein. It was written in the early 1900s but became the The California State Song only when the California legislature passed a resolution in 1951.
There must be a billion songs written to capture the life in California. Every song depicts the city in a unique way, some about its diverse culture, life, warm beaches, party life and the Hollywood dream. Representing an amalgamation of diverse cultures this state is the hub of talented artists and each have their own interpretation of the dream land. Given below are some of choicest tracks from different genres that you can enjoy.
100 Best Songs about California
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Albert Hammond Jr.
A Long December
Counting Crows

Big Sur
The Thrills
Back to California
Carole King

Back Home
Yellowcard
Beverly Hills
Weezer

Bakersfield Bound
Chris Hillman
Back to California
Sugarcult

Back to California
The Wallflowers
California
Rufus Wainwright

California
Eddi Reader
California
Dan Zanes

California
The Weekend
California
Hawk Nelson

Catalina
Seven Foot Wave
California Nights
Lesley Gore

California Day
Starland Vocal Band
California Soul
Marlena Shaw

California's Burning
Augustana
California Sun
The Ramones

California Rain
Silvertide
California
The Simpletones

California
Lenny Kravitz
California
The Kooks

California
Georgia Prophets
California
Atherton

California
The Beach Boys
California
Bag of Toys

California
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
California One Youth and Beauty Brigade
The Decemberists

California Sky
Unwritten Law & Blink 182
California
Weezer

California 2005
Phantom Planet
California Girls
The Beach Boys

California Gurls
Katy Perry ft Snoop Dog
California Dreamin
Mamas and the Papas

California Love
2Pac
California Soul
The 5th Dimension

California
Joni Mitchell
California Bound
Carolina Liar

California
Metro Station
California Love
2pac & Dr. Dre

California Nights
The Sweet
California
Low

California
Semisonic
Dani California
Red Hot Chili Peppers

Do You Know the Way to San Jose
Dionne Warwick
Folsom Prison Blues
Johnny Cash

Going to California
Led Zeppelin
Goodbye Hollywood
JET

Hotel California
Eagles
Holiday from Real
Jack's Mannequin

House In California
Keb' Mo'
It Never Rains In Southern California
Albert Hammond & M. Hazelwood

I Remember California
R.E.M.
Los Angeles
Counting Crows

Los Angeles
Sugarcult
Los Angeles Is Burning
Bad Religion

L.A. Freeway
Jerry Jeff Walker
Lodi
Creedence Clearwater Revival

Late Great Golden State
Mike Stinson
Malibu
Hole

Mendocino
Sir Douglas Quintet
Miss California
Jack's Mannequin

More Bounce (In California)
SoulKid #1
Meet Me In California
Plain White T's

Monterey
Eric Burdon & The Animals
Midnight Train to Georgia
Gladys Knight & The Pips

Maybe California
Tori Amos
New York to California
Mat Kearney

Not California
Hem
Orange County
Stefy

Pacific Coast Party
Smash Mouth
Pasadena Girl
Nellie McKay

Palo Alto
Radiohead
Parallel Universe
Red Hot Chili Peppers

Summer '79
The Ataris
San Francisco Days
Chris Isaak

San Francisco
Scott McKenzie
Santa Monica
Everclear

San Diego
Parmalee
Siren On the 101
Over It

San Simeon
Goldfinger
Sutter's Mill
Dan Fogelberg

Santa Monica
Theory of a Deadman
Sausalito Summernight
Diesel

Sausalito
Conor Oberst
(Sittin' On) the Dock of the Bay
Otis Redding

The Lights and Buzz
Jack's Mannequin
The Little Old Lady (from Pasadena)
Jan & Dean

Talk to Me of Mendocino
Kate & Anna McGarrigle
Ukiah
The Doobie Brothers

Ventura Highway
America
Venice, USA
Red Elvises

Westbound Sign
Green Day
West Coast
Lana Del Ray

Westside Till I die
TQ
When You Get to California
Hoodoo Gurus

Where's California
Teena Marie
Yea! Heavy and a Bottle of Bread
Bob Dylan
You either want to strum these classic songs on a guitar or simply play them on a road trip. The fancy of listening to these tracks is one can instantly feel the California vibe and hum the tune.
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