Yes, Alan Jackson Was Wearing a Jacket That Looked Like His Jacket from the "Chattahoochee" Single Cover During the CMA Awards

Throughout his career that has spanned almost 30 years and touted almost 60 million albums sold, Alan Jackson has seen his fair share of wardrobe changes, but he's always remained true to a few things-- his cowboy hat, mustache and now, that tan suede jacket that graced the single artwork for his hit song, "Chattahooche."

Jackson performance during the 51st Annual CMA Awards was a nod to his recent induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame and the jacket he wore was very, very similar to the one he wore in 1993.

"Chattahoochee" also received CMA awards for Single of the Year and Song of the Year.

The only thing that could've made his outfit better was if he actually would've worn just a life jacket and ripped up jeans onto the stage.

Maybe next time?


[Watch] Garth Brooks Got the Ultimate Gift From Oklahoma State's Marching Band-- An Entire Halftime Show Dedicated to His Biggest Hits

As long as you've loved and adored Garth Brooks the folks in Stillwater, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University have loved him just a little bit longer. Before becoming the highest-selling solo act of all-time, Brooks was a student at OSU on a track scholarship playing music on the side. He graduated from OSU in 1984 with a degree in Advertising. In 2009 Brooks was inducted into the OSU Hall of Fame with another famous-footed Cowboy, Barry Sanders.

Recently, as a part of OSU's Homecoming festivities the Cowboy Marching Band performed 5 minutes of Brooks' hits including, "Rodeo," "Papa Loved Mama," and "Friends in Low Places."

Throughout the performance the band spelled out "rodeo," formed a bronco and a pair of cowboy boots before spelling out "Garth Brooks."

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This Video of Keith Urban and Chris Janson Singing "Sold (Grundy County Auction)" is Like Nothing We've Ever Seen Before

This video is short, sweet and worth every second of your time to watch it.

Before appearing on the legendary stage at the Grand Ole Opry, Keith Urban and Chris Janson got together for a little jam session. But, not just any jam sesh, this one made our fingers bleed just watching it.

Keith and Chris got together to play John Michael Montgomery's 1995 hit, "Sold (Grundy County Auction)." Keith is playing the guitar so fast it looks fake and at one point, Chris plays his guitar with one hand so he can play the harmonica.



Lauren Alaina's Cover of Shania Twain's "You're Still The One" is Almost as Good as the Original

Lauren Alaina was a toddler when Shania Twain released "You're Still The One" in 1998. The song won two GRAMMYs and is Twain's most successful crossover tune.

Since it's release, Alaina has evolved into a powerhouse vocalist and is now Twain's labelmate. So, it's only natural that she absolutely slayed her cover version of the classic tune during an appearance on the Bobby Bones Show.


21 Most '90s Country Music Album Covers of the '90s

The 1990s were quite the decade for country music. By the mid '90s annual country music sales were topping in over $2 billion and it was the most liked genre of music from coast to coast.

The hair was big (and long), the hats aplenty and the album artwork aligned with all the stars in those days of fabulously outlandish graphics and fonts.

There was never a better (worse?) time to let your friend with a new computer and a deep knowledge of ClipArt to take a shot at album artwork. I mean, some of the graphics on the original floppy disk version of The Oregon Trail rival these covers. Harsh, but true.

21 Most '90s Country Music Album Covers of the '90s:

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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.

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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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