In 1991, Little Texas hit the country music scene with “Some Guys Have All The Love,” followed by their first album release, First Time For Everything in 1992. Throughout the 90’s, Little Texas racked up twelve Top20 hits, with 8 reaching the Top10 and one #1 single in “My Love.”
After a brief hiatus in the late 90’s Little Texas reformed with Duane Propes, Del Gray, Porter Howell, and Dwayne O’Brien and have since released The Very Best Of Little Texas: Live And Loud (2007) and two studio albums, in Missing Years (2007) and Young For A Long Time (2015).
Though it’s undeniable that a number of songs could’ve found their way into this list, these are our Top5 Favorite Little Texas songs!
5. What Might Have Been (1993)
Being one of the most successful songs released by Little Texas, “What Might Have Been” reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Chart. The band recently re-recorded this, along with “God Bless Texas” for the release of their 2015 studio album, Young For A Long Time.
4. My Love (1994)
Not only did “My Love” become one of the biggest Little Texas singles throughout the 90’s, but the song also found major success in Brazil after being featured in a soap opera, titled A Viagem. How wild is that?! “My Love” reached the #1 spot on April 2nd in 1994.
3. First Time For Everything (1992)
The title track to the debut album by Little Texas was released to radio as the second career single by the band. Though peaking at #13 on Billboard’s country chart in 1992, “First Time For Everything” is unquestionably a fan favorite.
2. Kick A Little (1994)
If you need a country rock song to get you pumped up and ready to go, this has got to be the one. There is no messing around in the world of Little Texas. If something is standing in your way, sometimes you gotta do a little ass-kickin’! “Kick A Little” peaked at #5 on the country charts, becoming the sixth Top 10 for Little Texas.
1. God Blessed Texas (1994)
This is, hands down, my favorite Little Texas hit to sing-a-long with! Heck, I’m not even from Texas and I love this track! I have traveled down to Texas, most notably, the Austin area, a number of times. Let me tell ya, this song certainly rings true! Not only did Little Texas take this to #4 on the country charts, but it also reached #55 on Billboard’s Hot 100 overall!
Are these your Top5 favorite songs by Little Texas? Perhaps your prefer “Amy’s Back In Austin” or “Life Goes On”? Let us know in the comments below!