Our 505 Favorite Country Songs Of The 90’s Countdown continues on with hits #116-120 in this weekend’s bonus edition! This week features three mid-decade classics and two 1999 singles that just barely made the cut!
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120. Toby Keith – How Do You Like Me Now?!
Album: How Do You Like Me Now?!
This Toby Keith #1 single BARELY makes the cut for our 90’s countdown, being released to radio in November of 1999. This very well may be the song on our list with the latest release date! Keith would go on to win “Song Of The Year” at the 2001 ACM Awards.
119. Lonestar – Amazed
Album: Lonely Grill
If you gone to a wedding or school dance within the last 15 years, its very likely that this song was played there. Heck, this very well could’ve been YOUR wedding song! If it was, tell us in the comments below! Lonestar took “Amazed” to #1 on the Billboard Country chart where it stayed from July 17-September 4th in 1999. The song would be released to pop radio later in the year, where it would reach #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, covering all genres. Not bad!
118. Brooks & Dunn – Little Miss Honk-Tonk
Album: Waitin’ On Sundown
According to Wikipedia, this Brooks & Dunn #1 hit was the first ever country song to reference the term “Buckle Bunny.” For those not familiar with the term, a “buckle bunny” is a groupie who chases rodeo champions. Come to think of it, I can’t think of ANOTHER country song that references the term. Huh!
117. Rick Trevino – Bobbie Ann Mason
Album: Looking For The Light
When I first started putting together this list, I had thought for sure that “Bobbie Ann Mason” would make the Top 100. As I kept digging, it kept moving back, but dang, did it come close! Rick Trevino took this fun sing-a-long song to #6 on the country music charts in 1995.
116. Patty Loveless – I Try To Think About Elvis
Album: When Angels Fly
Like the Rick Trevino single above, this is another song that began in the Top 100. Every time I listen to this song, it gets lodged into my head for hours! I’ve never seen Ms. Loveless perform live, but I think she’s going to near the top of my “goals” list for 2016! Patty reached #3 on the charts with this 1994 hit!
Stay tuned for the next 10 songs on Monday! This one is going to be PACKED with classics! There are even TWO artists with TWO songs featured in this coming entry! Make sure you vote in the poll and COMMENT below! We love hearing from you! Tell us what you think!