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The Complete Evolution of Tim and Faith's Couples' Style

In 1996, Faith Hill was Tim McGraw's opening act on his Spontaneous Combustion Tour. The tour quickly turned into one of country music's greatest romances.

And while the two have always been smokin' hot for each other, they, like many of us, haven't always had the best fashion sense. When the '90s victimized a few people fashion-wise, they really victimized Tim and Faith.

The pair, over the last decade or so, has really taken their style to the next level as individuals and as a couple.

Let's take a look back.

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10 Most Underrated Country Acts From the 1990s

When you think '90s country music, names like Garth Brooks, Shania Twain and Trisha Yearwood come to mind almost immediately. Dixie Chicks, Martina McBride, Brooks & Dunn, Alan Jackson, too. That era, often characterized by both neo-traditional music and arena-sized pop-country, was crucial in the genre's evolution: moving from countrypolitan to roots-based tunes. Of course, pop melted into the format unlike ever before, but it never seemed to be too saccharine or frivolous. The core of storytelling was always prominent.

But what about the music-makers who rarely get enough credit? Well, we've picked our 10 favorites, the ones most overlooked in the grand scheme of things. Check out our selections below.

10 Most Underrated Country Acts From the 1990s:

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10 '90s Country Hits That Are Still Super Relevant Today

2017 is awash in '90s nostalgia, from revivals and/or spin-offs of "Full House" and "Will & Grace" to "Twin Peaks" and a slew of other projects in development. It's inherently cool to relive the '90s, for better or worse. But you'll most likely just feel old.

Music appears to be rehashing many of the sounds and themes of that era, too, with the likes of such country up and comers as Jon Pardi, William Michael Morgan, Runaway June and Midland borrowing from Alan Jackson, George Strait and Dixie Chicks. It was inevitable, really, but we aren't complaining.

Below, we take a look at 10 songs from the '90s which remain just as relevant today.

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Shania Twain Finally Explained Why She Called Out Brad Pitt During "That Don't Impress Me Much"

In 1998 Shania Twain took a deep dive into all the things that men do to impress women, that aren't all that impressive. "That Don't Impress Me Much" was featured on Twain's 1997 Come On Over album, which is still one of the greatest albums ever released.

In the song she sings, "OK, so you're Brad Pitt/That don't impress me much/So you got the looks but have you got the touch/Don't get me wrong, yeah I think you're all right/But that won't keep me warm in the middle of the night."

To most women, Brad Pitt is fairly impressive-- then and now. So, why she'd say his name instead of like, Steve Guttenberg? Twain finally shared the story during an event with Billboard and to me it's impressive because she still doesn't seem all that impressed by Pitt.

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Hillary Scott Singing Reba's "That's The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia" is Perfection

Most country music singers making the rounds today would say they grew up a Reba fan. Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott is no different, save the fact that her mom, Linda Davis, was Reba's duet partner on the GRAMMY-winning "Does He Love You."

Hillary, like, knew Reba growing up.

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10 Most Influential Country Albums From the 1990s

When you re-examine some of the most crucial and defining albums of the 1990s, you begin to get a better understanding of today's music scene ⎯⎯ through the eyes of such noise-making newcomers as Jon Pardi, William Michael Morgan, Runaway June and Midland, who are all breaking down the door with their rootsy mixture of throwback traditionalism and thoughtful progressivism. There is no imaginable way to recreate some of the landmark releases that made this list, but paying homage comes pretty close: from pulling fibers of the past together with a distinctly 2017 filter to going against the grain completely and reminding fans of the genre's gutsy past.

Below, we take a look at 10 of the most influential albums of '90s-era country music, ranging from the heavily-pop influenced to the raw, gentle songwriting of a few unforgettable tastemakers. Some picks were chosen for irrefutable commercial achievements, while others earned considerable acclaim for their artistic efforts.

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Cam Has a Hard Time Being Around George Strait Because Duh

Cam is living a pretty amazing life right now. She's working on her second album and opening for George Strait during his Las Vegas residency. The biggest challenge in her life right now? Being in the same room as King George and still being a functioning human being.

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Billy Ray Cyrus to Be Inducted Into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame

Billy Ray Cyrus is being honored by his home state.

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Shania Twain Sat On Kelsea Ballerini's Bus, Drank Wine and Told Her She Was Doing a Good Job

What do you do when you find out that Shania Twain is coming over and you only have 20 minutes to prepare? Kelsea Ballerini had that heart-stopping moment happen earlier this summer.

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