90s Country Songs

90s Country Songs

90s Country Songs

No one knows what a country song in the 90s sounds like better than a 90s country song. Strains of fiddles race across open fields when acoustic guitar lines the cabin, and when the walking basses occasionally streak past when the pedal steel kicks in. The vocal harmonies are impeccable, warm and reassuring. It puts you in a good mood when you're feeling down, and it has a good energy when you're having a good time.

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Now here’s an unlikely theme for a song. A man arrives in a small town in Georgia, just as the local watermelon festival is kicking off. The locals enjoy a wine from their harvest that comes with a warning from the mayor: “Help yourself to some, but obey the law/ If you drink, don’t drive/ Do the watermelon crawl.”  

13: Travis Tritt – Here’s a Quarter (call Someone Who Cares)

“I was at home one day,” remembered Travis Tritt. “My wife had moved out in the middle of the day, while I was at work, and I came home to basically an empty house.” He was then served divorce papers, at which point his wife called to say maybe she’d been hasty. “And that’s when the lyrics came to me…”  

23: Alison Krauss and Union Station – When You Say Nothing at All

Alison Krauss and Union Station may have been best-known for bringing bluegrass back into fashion in the early 1990s, but it was their cover of the Keith Whitley ballad that gave Krauss her chart breakthrough – and won her the 1995 CMA award for single of the year.  

The 100+ Best Country Songs of the '90s, Ranked by Fans

Here are the greatest '90s country songs, ranked by fans everywhere. Country music has always held a special place in America's heart. With down-home lyrics and catchy riffs, there have been plenty of country hits that have crossed over into mainstream appeal over the years. The '90s were a great time for country music with big stars, like Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson, cranking out hit after hit. This list has brought together great '90s country songs, and you have the chance to vote for the ones you think are best. When you want to feel like a cowboy, which song do you add to your playlist?  



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