Jon Pardi Joins Brooks & Dunn for Classic Redo of “My Next Broken Heart” [Listen]

Brooks & Dunn with Jon Pardi singing My Next Broken Heart on Reboot

Can you believe it’s been 11 years since Brooks & Dunn released their last studio album, Cowboy Town? In the years that followed, both Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn recorded solo projects in addition to exploring other avenues for their creativity. And even though their biggest hits remain favorites on country radio, fans have missed … Read more

Kane Brown Joins Brooks & Dunn For Reboot of Hit Song “Believe” [Listen]

Kane Brown Brooks & Dunn collaboration reboot on Believe

It was 2007 when Brooks & Dunn released their last studio album, Cowboy Town, which featured their last single to reach the top of the charts, “Cowgirls Don’t Cry.” Fast forward to today and the dynamic duo has returned with a new album, Reboot. But it’s not just any B&D album, Reboot features new artists … Read more

7 Times Carrie Underwood Covered a Country Classic and Made It Sound Like Her Own

It’s been almost a year since Carrie Underwood announced she was signing with a new Nashville record label with the hopes of taking her country music stardom global. When the decision was announced it had been over a year since her last studio album, Storyteller, dropped and “Church Bells” had peaked at No. 1 on … Read more

6 Country Music Songs You Won’t Believe Are 20 Years Old

In 1998, the country music charts were dominated by new, pop-ish country music hits from Shania Twain and Faith Hill, but still featured multiple No. 1s from Garth Brooks, George Strait and Tim McGraw. Honestly, it is kind of hard to believe that 1998 was 20 years ago and McGraw is still on the charts, … Read more

13 Inspirational Country Gospel Songs That Will Lift You Up

Country music has a long standing relationship with gospel standards and hymns. The genre grew out of Southern expressions of hymns and spirituals and many of country’s most prominent figures are very open about their faiths. But there are some songs that stand out from the rest– country’s great gospel songs. They are inspirational, thought … Read more

Kacey Musgraves Covering Brooks and Dunn’s “Neon Moon” Is Literally Amazing

In 1992, Brooks & Dunn released “Neon Moon” as the third single from their Brand New Man album. It went to No. 1 and is one of their most well known hits, which is probably why Kacey Musgraves has decided to cover it while out on the Breakers Tour with Little Big Town. Kacey’s version … Read more

A Brief Breakdown of Brooks & Dunn’s 10 Super Intriguing Album Covers

Without a doubt, Brooks & Dunn are going to go down in music history as one of the best, if not the best, country music duo of all-time. The pair spent 20 years together as a duo releasing 10 albums and charting 50 singles, with 20 No. 1 singles. With 10 studio albums, seven compilation … Read more

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 … Read more

You Have to Hear Little Big Town Sing Backup Vocals for Ronnie Dunn During “Believe”

In the last few years, the phrase, “took me to church” or “let’s go to church” has been a familiar phrase at concerts. It has nothing to do with an actual church building or faith, but that of a moment so pure and so right it feels like a holy experience. It’s a little sacrilegious, … Read more

Luke Combs’ Acoustic Cover of Brooks & Dunn’s “Brand New Man” Is Really Good

If you aren’t a fan of Brooks & Dunn, you probably aren’t much of a country music fan, but luckily for us– Luke Combs is a fan. And even better for us, he can sing the hell of out “Brand New Man,” the duo’s debut single from 1991. Like the duo, Combs’ debut single, “Hurricane” … Read more

Michael Ray Saw Ronnie Dunn in an Elevator and Acted Like You Would

Michael Ray is a huge Ronnie Dunn fan. Who can blame him? Dunn has been hailed as the greatest voice in country music. This week, while in Vegas for the ACM Awards, the singer saw his idol, Ronnie Dunn, in an elevator and he had to pull himself together. “I was trying to be cool … Read more

9 Kind of Trashy ’90s Country Music Videos We Can’t Stop Watching

There’s just something about ’90s country music and the fact that you could call everyone a redneck or a trashy woman and no one was offended. Even when people listen to it today they aren’t offended.

And the videos? Oh, the videos were even better.


9 Kind of Trashy ’90s Country Music Videos We Can’t Stop Watching:

1. “Trashy Women” // Confederate Railroad

Well, they say that opposites attract, well I don’t agree
I want a woman just as tacky as me
Yeah, I like my women just a little on the trashy side.

2. “Country Club” // Travis Tritt

I do my drink-in from a dixie cup
Yea I’m a bona-fide dancin’ fool
I shoot a mighty mean game of pool
At any honky-tonk or roadside pub
I’m a member of a country club

3. “Some Girls Do” // Sawyer Brown

Well, I ain’t first class but I ain’t white trash.
I’m wild and a little crazy too.

4. “A Little Less Talk and A Lot More Action” // Toby Keith

A little less talk
If you please
A lot more loving
Is what I need
Let’s get on down
To the main attraction
With a little less talk
And a lot more action

5. “Queen of My Double Wide Trailer” // Sammy Kershaw

I whispered honey let’s just go on home
And have some onion rings and watch TV

6. “Daddy’s Money” // Ricochet

Country as a turnip green
She’s got her daddy’s money
Her mama’s good looks
And look who’s lookin’ at me

7. “Kiss This” // Aaron Tippin

Why don’t you kiss, kiss this!
And I don’t mean on my rosy red lips

8. “Rock My World (Little Country Girl)” // Brooks & Dunn

All the other girls in school they give her dirty looks
She got an “A” in math and never cracked a book
Sure looks good in her denim and pearls
Rock my world little country girl

9. “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight” // Hank Williams Jr.
(Technically, from 1983, but the trashiest video ever, maybe.)

Lord, it’s hard to be a bachelor man
I got girls that can cook, I got girls that can clean
I got girls that can do anything in between
I got to get ready, make everything right
Cause all my rowdy friends are comin over tonight