List of songs about California

List of songs about California

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California

* "All of California and Everyone Who Lives There Stinks" by The World/Inferno Friendship Society
* "All the Gold in California" by The Gatlin Brothers
* "Antennas" by Rancid
* "Atomic" by Tiger Army
* "Away from California" by Radio Racer
* "Back to California" by Carole King
* "Back to California" by Sugarcult
* "Back to California" by The Wallflowers
* "Back Home" by Yellowcard
* "Beautiful Place" by Good Charlotte
* "Brad Logan" by Rancid ("California sun")
* "Burning Hot in Cali" by Latyrx
* "Cali Iz Active" by Tha Dogg Pound
* "Cali Livin'" by Homeless Nation featuring Toopic
* "California" by AB O'neill
* "California" by The Adicts
* "California" by Akia
* "California" by Atherton
* "California" by Belinda Carlisle
* "California" by Blatz
* "California" by Bob Dylan early version of "Outlaw Blues"
* "California" by Casanovas
* "California" by Copeland
* "California" by Darren Hayes
* "California" by Debby Boone
* "California" by Dr. Dog
* "California" by Dressy Bessy
* "California" by Flash and the Pan
* "California" by Gianna Nannini
* "California" by Gina Villlalobos
* "California" by Gomez
* "California" by Hawk Nelson
* "California (All the Way)" by Luna
* "California" by Joey McIntyre
* "California" by Joni Mitchell
* "California" by Josh Ritter
* "California" by Kenny Chesney
* "California" by Lenny Kravitz
* "California" by The Flight Station
* "California" by The Kooks
* "California" by Low
* "California" by Manfred Mann's Earth Band (lyrics by Sue Vickers)
* "California" by Metro Station
* "California" by The Moffatts
* "California" by Mylène Farmer
* "California" by Phantom Planet
* "Meet Me in california" by Plain White T's
* "California" by Quasi
* "California" by Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise
* "California" by The Rentals (often mislabelled as Weezer)
* "California" by Rogue Wave
* "California" by Rufus Wainwright
* "California" by Sarah Slean
* "California" by Semisonic
* "California" by Shorelines End
* "California" by Sly Boogy
* "California" by Something for Kate
* "California" by Stroke 9
* "California" by Tea Leaf Green
* "California" by Toploader
* "California" by Unified Theory
* "California" by Unsensored
* "California" by Vic Ruggiero
* "California" by Wave
* "California" by Wax
* "California" by Wilson Phillips
* "California" by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
* "California Babylon" by the Transplants
* "California Bloodlines" by Dave Alvin
* "California Blue" by Roy Orbison
* "California Blues" (Blue Yodel No. 4) by Jimmie Rodgers (country singer)
* "California Blur" by Swirl 360
* "California Bound" by Frank Black (Black Letter Days album)
* "California Couldn't Pay Our Education" by Roy Zimmerman
* "California Crossing" by Fu Manchu
* "California Day" by Starland Vocal Band
* "California Dreamin'" by The Mamas and the Papas
*"California Dreamer" by Wolf Parade
* "California Earthquake" by Mama Cass Elliot
* "California Girl" by Lucky 7
* "California Girls" by The Beach Boys
* "California Girls" by Gretchen Wilson
* "California Girls" by David Lee Roth
* "California Girls" by Magnetic Fields
* "California Gold" by dada (band)
* "California Grace" Long Beach Shortbus
* "California Here I Come" by Al Jolson, B. DeSylva, and Joe Meyer
* "California Here I Come" by Shocking Blue
* "California Here I Come" by Sophie B. Hawkins
* "California Here I Go" by Jonathan Balas
* "California Jam" by Klaatu
* "California Justice" by Five for Fighting
* "California Livin'" by Mac Dre
* "California Love" by 2Pac featuring Dr. Dre
* "California Man" by The Move
* "California Man" by Cheap Trick
* "California Nights" by Lesley Gore
* "California Nights" by Sweet
* "California One/Youth and Beauty Brigade" by The Decemberists
* "California Paradise" by The Runaways
* "California Part I" by Mason Jennings
* "California Part II" by Mason Jennings
* "California Promises" by Jimmy Buffett
* "California Revisited" by America
* "California Rose" by Roy Rogers & the Sons of the Pioneers
* "California Saga (On My Way To Sunny Californ-i-a)" by The Beach Boys
* "California Sky" by Unwritten Law
* "California Song" by The Mountain Goats
* "California Songs" by Local H (Local H frontman Scott Lucas described it as a "theme song for the Midwest, very anti-California")
* "California Soul" by Edwin Starr
* "California Soul" by The Gimmicks
* "California Stars" by Wilco(lyrics by Woodie Guthrie)
* "California Sucks" by Screeching Weasel
* "California Sun" by Jem
* "California Sun" by The Ramones
* "California Sun" by The Rivieras
* "California Sunset" by Neil Young
* "California Über Alles" by the Dead Kennedys
* "California Waiting" by the Kings of Leon
* "California Way" by Tim Bluhm
* "California's Bleeding" by Amen
* "California's Burning" by Augustana
* "Californicatin" by The J. Geils Band
* "Californication" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Californie" by Air (band)
* "Calistan" by Frank Black
* "Cancer California" by Bullets and Octane
* "Cemetery" by Strung Out
* "Christmas in California" by The Cheetah Girls
* "Clouds Over California" by Devildriver
* "Come Back to Cali" by The Holdup
* "Come Monday" by Jimmy Buffett
* "Come to California" by Matthew Sweet
* "Curbside Prophet" by Jason Mraz
* "Dani California" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Desperadoes Under The Eaves" by Warren Zevon
* "Do Re Mi" by Woody Guthrie
* "Dog Breath" by Frank Zappa
* "Earthquakes and Sharks" by Brandtson
* "Estimated Prophet" Grateful Dead
* "Eyeless" by Slipknot
* "For Crying Out Loud" by Meat Loaf
* "Forest Fire" by the Dead Kennedys
* "From California" by The New Amsterdams
* "Fuck California" by The Presidents of the United States of America
* "Gene Autry" by Beulah
* "Get Back" by The Beatles
* "Going Back to Cali" by LL Cool J
* "Going Back to Cali" by Sevendust
* "Going Back to Cali" by The Notorious B.I.G.
* "Going to California" by John David & Clear Spirit
* "Going to California" by Led Zeppelin
* "Golden State" by John Doe (musician)
* "Gone to California" by P!nk
* "Goodbye California" by Jolie Holland
* "Go to California" by Motorpsycho
* "Go to California" by Rob Zombie
* "Have a Nice Day" by Stereophonics
* "Heads Carolina, Tails California" by Jo Dee Messina
* "Here in California" by Dave Alvin
* "Here in California" by Kate Wolf
* "Highway Five" by American Music Club
* "Holiday in the Sun" by Hot Hot Heat
* "Holly wants to go to California" by Funkadelic
* "Holly (Would You Turn Me On?)" by All Time Low
* "Home" by JamisonParker
* "Home" by Switchfoot
* "Homebody" by Zox
* "Hotel California" by The Eagles
* "House in California" by Keb Mo
* "Hurry Up California" by Sunset Main
* "I Hate California" by Jonathan Coulton
* "I Love Cali" by Roscoe
* "I Love You, California", the state song of California [ [http://www.library.ca.gov/history/symbols.html#Heading8 California State Library - History and Culture - State Symbols ] ]
* "In California" by Daz Dillinger
* "In California" by Lisa Marr Experiment (covered by Neko Case)
* "I Remember California" by R.E.M.
* "I'm Asking Her to Stay" by Sherwood (band)
* "I'm Going Home" by The Kingston Trio
* "Irvine" by Kelly Clarkson
* "It Never Rains in Southern California" by Albert Hammond
* "It Never Rains in Southern California" by Tony! Toni! Tone!
* "Just Like California" by Old 97s
* "Kali4nia" by Skandoe and Playboss
* "Kaliforn-Eye-a" by P.O.D.
* "Kalifornia" by Above the Law
* "Kalifornia" by Brand New Immortals
* "Kalifornia" by Fatboy Slim
* "Kalifornia" by Kashmir
* "Kalifornia Kool Kid" by N I Am I N
* "Let It Roll" by All Time Low ("so we take control from California from my home sweet home")
* "Leaving Jesusland" by NOFX
* "Like a California King" by Everclear
* "Long December" by Counting Crows
* "Losing California" by Sloan
* "Marina Del Rey" by George Strait
* "Midnight California" by Dave Gleason's Wasted Days
* "Miss California" by Dante Thomas
* "More Bounce in California" by Soul Kid #1
* "Music is the Victim" by Scissor Sisters
* "Not California" by Hem (band)
* "Nothing Left to Lose" by Mat Kearney
* "One Big Holiday" by My Morning Jacket
* "Only in California" by Mack 10
* "Playing Favorites" by The Starting Line
* "Promised Land" by Chuck Berry
* "Parallel Universe" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Pumping Irony" by Roy Zimmerman
* "Race Cars and goth Rock" by Butch Walker
* "Raining in California" by Human Nature
* "Reality Check" by OPM
* "Rock Coast Blues" Country Joe & the Fish
* "Rock Star Land" by Yellowcard
* "Save the Drama" by Light FM
* "Shores of California" by The Dresden Dolls
* "Sink with Kalifornija" by Youth Brigade
* "Sleepy California" by Her Space Holiday
* "So at Last" by Butch Walker
* "Song for Kelly Huckaby" by Death Cab for Cutie
* "South California Purples" by Chicago (band)
* "Southern California" by Andrew Heringer
* "Southern California Wants To Be Western New York" by Dar Williams
* "Speed Home California" by Sugar Ray
* "Sunny in California" by Aberdeen
* "Summer of California '79" by NUMBER GIRL
* "Sunrise Sunset" by New Years Day
* "Take California" by Propellerheads
* "Tape From California" by Phil Ochs
* "The Lights and Buzz" by Jack's Mannequin ('Christmas in California')
* "The Vast Spoils of America" by Saves The Day
* "Two States" by Pavement
* "Unfair" by Pavement
* "Vinnie's Hooch" by Johnny Socko
* "Westside till I die" by TQ
* "Winding Road" by Bonnie Somerville

Los Angeles and Vicinity

* "99 Miles from L.A." by Johnny Mathis and by Art Garfunkel
* "A Long December" by Counting Crows
* "Ænema" by Tool
* "All I Wanna Do" by Sheryl Crow
* "Amateur Lovers" by Switchfoot
* "Angeles" by Elliott Smith
* "April 29, 1992 (Miami)" by Sublime
* "Awakening" by Switchfoot
* "Beverly Hills" by The Circle Jerks
* "Beverly Hills" by Weezer
* "Beverly Hills Hotel" by Whitestarr
* "Blue Jay Way" by The Beatles, refers to a street in the Hollywood Hills
* "Born and Raised in Compton" by DJ Quik
* "Born in East L.A." by Cheech Marin, a parody of Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A."
* "Boyz n da Hood" by Eazy-E
* "Big Machine" by The Goo Goo Dolls
* "Burn Hollywood Burn" by Public Enemy
* "Buzzbomb From Pasadena" by The Dead Kennedys
* "California's Burning" by Augustana
* "Car Phone" by Sheeler & Sheeler
* "Carmelita" by Warren Zevon
* "Christmas in Hollywood" by Hollywood Undead
* "City of Angels" by the The Distillers
* "City of Angels" by 10,000 Maniacs
* "City of Angels" by Pangea Project
* "City of Devils" by Yellowcard
* "City of the Angels" by Journey
* "City of Satan" by Turbonegro
* "The City with Two Faces" by Goldfinger
* "Come a Long Way" by Michelle Shocked
* "Coming into Los Angeles" by Arlo Guthrie
* "Compton Compton" by The Game
* "Compton Swangin" by BG Knocc Out & Dresta
* "Compton's In The House" by N.W.A
* "Contact/L.A.U.S.D" by Jurassic Five
* "Country Boy (You've Got Your Feet in LA)" by Glen Campbell
* "Dead in Hollywood" by Murderdolls
* "Dead Loss Angeles" by The Stranglers
* "Disneyland" by Five for Fighting
* "Down Rodeo" by Rage Against the Machine, referring to Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills
* "Downtown Los Angeles" by Gary Jules
* "Drinking in L.A." by Bran Van 3000
* "Drove Up from Pedro" by Mike Watt. An ode to Watt's hometown, San Pedro
* "Drugs not Working" by Ryan Adams
* "Earthquake Song" by Little Girls
* "East L.A." by War
* "Eastside LB" by The Twinz feat. Warren G
* "Echo Park" by Ryan Cabrera
* "El Lay" by NOFX
* "Estimated Prophet" by The Grateful Dead
* "Everyone Is Someone in L.A." by Felix da Housecat
* "Fallen Angel" by Poison, referring to kids moving away from home in the 1980s to make it big in L.A.
* "Free Fallin'" by Tom Petty
* "Fuck Compton" by Tim Dog
* "Gangsta Love" by Warren G feat. RBX, Nate Dogg & Kurupt
* "Garden Grove" by Sublime
* "Glendora" by Rilo Kiley
* "Going to Malibu" by The Mountain Goats
* "Goodnight, Hollywood Blvd" by Ryan Adams
* "Gone Hollywood" by Supertramp
* "The Great Los Angeles Flood" by Woody Guthrie
* "Grey in L.A." by Loudon Wainwright III
* "Hating Hollywood" by Theory of a Deadman
* "Hell Looks A Lot Like L.A." by Less than Jake
* "Hello L.A., Bye Bye Birmingham" by Blue Cheer
* "Here in L.A." by Roy Joseph
* "Hey, California" by Paul Melancon
* "History Lesson, Pt. 2" by The Minutemen
* "Holiday from Real" by Jack's Mannequin
* "Hollywood" by Bizzy Bone
* "Hollywood" by Collective Soul
* "Hollywood" by The Cranberries
* "Hollywood" by Dorian's Gray
* "Hollywood" by Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé
* "Hollywood" by The Jonas Brothers
* "Hollywood" by Kendall Payne
* "Hollywood" by Los Lonely Boys
* "Hollywood" by Madonna
* "Hollywood" by Nickelback
* "Hollywood" by P.O.D.
* "Hollywood" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Hollywood" by Saliva
* "Hollywood" by The Veronicas
* "Hollywood" by West Indian Girl
* "Hollywood Babylon" by The Misfits
* "Hollywood Black" by Dio
* "Hollywood Cemetery" by Cracker
* "Hollywood Girl" by Drake Bell
* "Hollywood Nights" by Bob Seger
* "Hollywood Squares" by William "Bootsy" Collins
* "Hollywood Swingin" by Kool and the Gang
* "Hollywood (Down On Your Luck)" by Thin Lizzy
* "Hollywood (Is Burning Down)" by Calibretto 13
* "Hooray for Hollywood" by Johnnie Davis and Frances Langford, accompanied by Benny Goodman and his orchestra.
* "Hooray, It's L.A." by Blindside
* "Hot Box City" by Klaatu
* "Hot Fudge (Moving to L.A.)" by Robbie Williams
* "Hot Rod Lincoln" by C. Ryan, W.S. Stevenson (San Pedro and the Grapevine)
* "How To Survive in South Central" by Ice Cube
* "I Ain't from Compton" by O.F.T.B.
* "I Can't See Why You'd Want to Live Here" by Death Cab for Cutie
* "I Left my Wallet in El Segundo" by A Tribe Called Quest
* "I Love L.A." by Randy Newman
* "I Loved the Way She Said 'L.A.'" by Spitalfield
* "I'm from L.A." by Go Betty Go
* "I'm So L.A." by MYNX
* "(I'm Spending) Hanukkah in Santa Monica" by Tom Lehrer
* "Inglewood Swangin" by Mack 10
* "Into the Airwaves" by Jack's Mannequin
* "Into the Great Wide Open" by Tom Petty (Hollywood)
* "Irvine" by Kelly Clarkson
* "Karma's Payment" by Modest Mouse
* "The Kids" by Hollywood Undead
* "L.A." by Elliott Smith
* "L.A." by MURS
* "L.A." by Naked Brothers Band
* "L.A. Blue" by Joey McIntyre
* "L.A. County" by Lyle Lovett
* "L.A. City" by Amad Jamal
* "L.A. Freeway" by Guy Clark (covered by Jerry Jeff Walker)
* "L.A. Girl" by The Adolescents
* "L.A. Is My Lady" by Frank Sinatra
* "L.A. Is The Place" by N.W.A.
* "L.A., L.A. (remix)" by Capone-N-Noreaga Featuring Tragedy Khadafi, Prodigy (Mobb Deep)
* "L.A. Song" by Beth Hart
* "L.A. Song" by John Mayer
* "The L.A. Song" by People Under the Stairs
* "L.A. Woman" by The Doors
* "L.A.P.D." by The Offspring
* "La Cienega Just Smiled" by Ryan Adams
* "Late Night, Early Town" by Lloyd Cole
* "LAX" by Big D and the Kids Table
* "LAX to O'Hare" by The Academy Is...
* "LBC and the ING" by Mack 10 feat. Snoop Dogg
* "Let's Go!" by Olympic Hopefuls (now known as The Hopefuls; "Like the Hollywood vampires / We sleep until the sun sets")
* "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena" by Jan and Dean, covered by The Beach Boys
* "Los Angeles" by Frank Black (although Frank sings "not the one in South California", so it's actually not a song about California)
* "Los Angeles" by Jim's Big Ego
* "Los Angeles" by X
* "Los Angeles" by Sugarcult
* "Los Angeles" by The 69 Eyes
* "Los Angeles" by Brad Mehldau
* "Los Angeles" by Ozma
* "Los Angeles" by The Rosewood Thieves
* "Los Angeles Blues" by Lightnin' Hopkins
* "Los Angeles Daze" by People Under the Stairs
* "Los Angeles I'm Yours" by The Decemberists
* "Los Angeles Is Burning" by Bad Religion
* "Los Angeles November 2019" by Vangelis(Blade Runner)
* "Los Angeles Times" by Xzibit
* "Los Angelinos" by Billy Joel
* "Lost Angeles" by Wired All Wrong
* "Lost Angelino" by Tony Lucca
* "Lost in Hollywood" by System of a Down
* "Love is the Movement" by Switchfoot
* "Lullaby" by Shawn Mullins
* "Malibu" by Hole
* "Malibu Love" by Luna
* "Marina Del Rey" by Kenny Chesney
* "Marina Del Rey" by George Strait
* "Moving to L.A." by Art Brut
* "Newport Living" by Cute Is What We Aim For
* "Next to Highway Number 10" by John George Campbell
* "No. 5" by Hollywood Undead
* "No Se Vende La Calle" by Doc Gyneco
* "O.C. Supertones "(That's just life in Orange County California)" by The O.C. Supertones
* "Ode to L.A." by The Raveonettes
* "Old L.A. Tonight" by Ozzy Osbourne
* "Old School Hollywood"- System of a Down
* "Ole Mulholland" by Frank Black (about the Los Angeles' Aqueduct)
* "One in a Million" by Guns N' Roses
* "Open Up" by Leftfield
* "Orange County" by STEFY
* "Orange County Girl" by Gwen Stefani
* "Orange County Suite" by The Doors
* "Orange County Lumber Truck" by Frank Zappa
* "Out in L.A." by Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Out of LA" by Jude
* "Paradise City" by Guns N' Roses, covered by Pat Boone
* "Pasadena" by Al Jolson
* "Playing Favorites" by The Starting Line
* "Please Please Please (Young Hollywood) by Head Automatica
* "Pico-Union" by Psycho Realm
* "Pico and Sepulveda" by Freddy Martin (as Felix Figueroa and his Orchestra)
* "Picture Postcards from L.A." by Joshua Kadison
* "The Promised Land" by Chuck Berry
* "Purple Stain" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Recognize" by Warren G feat. The Twinz & Snoop Dogg
* "Revolution Blues" by Neil Young
* "Ride Wit Me" by The Relativez feat. Butch Cassidy
* "The River" by Good Charlotte featuring M. Shadows and Synyster Gates of Avenged Sevenfold
* "Rooming House on Venice Beach" by Johanthan Richman
* "Saints of Los Angeles" by Mötley Crüe
* "San Fernando Valley" by Bing Crosby
* "Santa Monica" by Everclear
* "Santa Monica" by Savage Garden
* "Santa Monica" by Theory of a Deadman
* "Say Goodbye to Hollywood" by Billy Joel
* "Say Goodbye to Hollywood" by Eminem
* "Screenwriter's Blues" by Soul Coughing
* "Sin City" by The Flying Burrito Brothers
* "Slow Down" by The Academy Is...
* "So L.A." by The Motels
* "Still in Hollywood" by Concrete Blonde
* "Stories from Hollywood" by Jon Peter Lewis
* "Straight Outta Compton" by NWA
* "Strait of Gibraltar" by Val Holler
* "Streets of LBC" by Warren G
* "Sunset People" by Donna Summer
* "Sunset Strip" by Courtney Love
* "Summer's Coming" by Sean Watkins
* "Summertime in the LBC" by The Dove Shack
* "Surfin' USA" by The Beach Boys (various surf spots in California)
* "Sweet Dreams My LA Ex" by Rachel Stevens
* "This is L.A." by Delinquent Habits
* "To Live & Die in L.A." by 2Pac
* "To Live and Die in L.A." by Wang Chung
* "21 Jumpstreet" by Snoop Dogg feat. Tray Dee
* "Two Lost Angels" by Franky Perez
* "Under the Bridge" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Under the Bridge" by the All Saints
* "Valley Girl" by Frank Zappa
* "Venice USA" by Van Morrison
* "The Vicodin Song" by Terra Naomi
* "Wailin' in West Covina" by The Spectrums
* "We from the LBC" by Bad Azz feat. Snoop Dogg
* "Walking in L.A." by Missing Persons
* "Watts Riot" by KAM
* "Weekend in L.A." by The Toasters
* "Welcome Me" by Indigo Girls
* "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses
* "West Coast Poplock" by Ronnie Hudson & The Street People
* "West L.A. Fadeaway" by The Grateful Dead
* "Whittier Blvd." by Thee Midniters
* "Who Would've Thought" by Rancid (Echo Park)
* "Who's Down" by Kingspade ("P-town" - Placentia)
* "Why You'd Want to Live Here" by Death Cab for Cutie
* "Wild Side" by Mötley Crüe
* "The World Began in Eden and Ended in Los Angeles" by Phil Ochs

an Francisco and the Bay Area

Other Locations, Cities, and Streets

* "16th Street" (San Diego) by Invictus
* "26 Miles (Santa Catalina)" by The Four Preps
* "405" by Death Cab for Cutie
* "707" by Mac Dre
* "Albatross + Ivy" by Limbeck
* "Alone in Santa Cruz" by the Ataris
* "Back to the 101" (or simply "101" in the U.S.) by Albert Hammond, Jr.
* "The Ballad of San Francisco" by Caedmon's Call
* "Big Sur" by Mason Jennings
* "Big Sur" by The Thrills
* "Billy the Mountain" by Frank Zappa
* "Bixby Canyon Bridge" by Death Cab for Cutie
* "Bodega Bay" by Glen Uber
* "Booyaka 619" from WWE, current theme song of wrestler Rey Mysterio
* "Brand New Orange" by Limbeck
* "Caltrans" by Doo Doo Wah (a song about California Department of Transportation road crews)
* "Catalina" by The Descendents
* "Celluloid Heroes" by The Kinks
* "Cucamonga" by Frank Zappa
* "Deckchairs and Cigarettes" by The Thrills
* "Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos)" by Woody Guthrie
* "Do You Know The Way to San Jose" written by Burt Bacharach, performed by Dionne Warwick, Neil Diamond, Frankie Goes to Hollywood
* "(Don't You Go To) Goleta" by Camper Van Beethoven
* "Dream Life of Rand McNally" by Jason Mraz
* "El Camino Real" by Alfred Reed
* "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfield
* "Freeport Boulevard" (Sacramento) by Jackie Greene
* "Friend of the Devil" by The Grateful Dead
* "Folsom Prison Blues" by Johnny Cash
* "Gone Country" by Alan Jackson (References to L.A. and "The Valley")
* "Grapevine Fires" by Death Cab for Cutie
* "Half Moon Bay" by Ronnie Day
* "Holly (would you turn me on)" by All Time Low
* "Highway 101" by Social Distortion
* "I Don't Like Mondays" by The Boomtown Rats
* "I'm a Raider" by Luniz
* "I'm Coming Home" by Robert Earl Keen (San Jose, the Monterey Bay, and Santa Cruz)
* "I Wish I Looked a Little Better" by Sparks (band)
* "June on the West Coast" by Bright Eyes
* "Kern River" by Merle Haggard
* "Kern River" by Dave Alvin
* "La Jolla" by Grey Boy
* "Leaving Las Vegas" by Sheryl Crow
* "Lodi by Creedence Clearwater Revival
* "Matterhorn" by Joy Electric
* "Mendo" by Loose Change
* "Mendocino" by The Sir Douglas Quintet
* "Mendocino County Line" by Willie Nelson and Lee Ann Womack
* "Monterey" by Eric Burdon & The Animals
* "Ms. Santa Cruz County" by Cracker
* "Next to Highway Number 10" by John George Campbell
* "O Valencia!" by The Decemberists
* "Ocean Avenue" by Yellowcard
* "Palmdale" by Afroman
* "Pacific Coast Highway" by Sonic Youth
* "Pacific Coast Highway" by Courtney Love
* "Pacific Coast Highway" by Burt Bacharach
* "Pacific Coast Party" by Smash Mouth
* "Revelation Big Sur" by Red House Painters
* "Riverside" by the Beat Farmers
* "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" by Bruce Springsteen
* "The Rocket Ships of La Jolla" by Jesus Jones
* "Route 66" by Nat "King" Cole
* "Running on Empty" by Jackson Browne
* "Sacramento" by Cuf
* "Sad But True" by Transplants (Berkeley)
* "San Andreas Fault" by Natalie Merchant
* "San Ber'dino" by Frank Zappa
* "San Bernardino" by The Satanic Surfers
* "San Diego" by Feeder
* "San Diego" by Roy Zimmerman
* "San Diego" by Starlight Mints
* "San Diego is Burning" Agent 51
* "San Diego Serenade" Tom Waits
* "San Diego Zoo" by The 6ths (Barbara Manning Vocals)
* "San Simeon" Goldfinger
* "Get 'Em Outa Here" (Sweet Home San Diego) Sprung Monkey
* "Santa Carla Twilight" By Tiger Army
* "Santa Cruz" By Brian Sharpe
* "Santa Cruz" by Fatboy Slim
* "Santa Cruz (You're Not That Far)" by The Thrills
* "Santa Rosa" by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
* "Shark Infested" By The Killa Sharks
* "Show'n Love" by Killa Sharks
* "Still Sharkin" By The Killa Sharks
* "Summer '79" by the Ataris
* "Summertime" (Mendocino County) by Crimpshrine
* "Streets of Bakersfield" by Buck Owens
* "Streets of Bakersfield" by Dwight Yoakam with Buck Owens
* "Stuart and the Ave." by Green Day
* "Studebaker" by Warren Zevon (Monterey, Fresno, Hwy 99)
* "Sutter's Mill" by Dan Fogelberg
* "Talk to Me of Mendocino" by Linda Ronstadt (also covered by Lee Ann Womack)
* "Ten Miles to Bliss" by Val Holler
* "Tight Wad Hill" by Green Day
* "Trouble Child" by Joni Mitchell
* "Ukiah" by The Doobie Brothers
* "Vienna" by Billy Joel
* "Ventura" by Lucinda Williams
* "Ventura Highway" by America
* "Village of the Sun" by Frank Zappa (Palmdale)
* "Welcome to Paradise" by Green Day

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