The Best of 90s Country Music Videos

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The Best of 90s Country Music Videos is a collection of the greatest country music videos from the 1990s.


The 90s were a great time for country music. So many new artists and groups rose to prominence and provided us with some great songs and music videos. Here are some of the best country music videos from the 90s.

-The Dixie Chicks – “Wide Open Spaces”
-Garth Brooks – “Friends in Low Places”
-Alan Jackson – ” Chattahoochee”
-Shania Twain – “Any Man of Mine”
-Brooks & Dunn – “Boot Scootin’ Boogie”

The Best of 90s Country Music Videos

The best of 90s country music videos brings together the greatest hits from the decade in one place. You’ll find all your favorite artists and songs, including “Achy Breaky Heart,” “Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” and ” Friends in Low Places.” Whether you’re a fan of country music or just want to relive the 90s, this collection is sure to please.

George Strait – The Fireman

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Alan Jackson – Chattahoochee

Alan Jackson’s “Chattahoochee” is a song about growing up in Georgia and rafting down the Chattahoochee River. The music video features Jackson fishing, hunting, and spending time with friends and family. The video was directed by Martin Kahan and won a CMA award for Video of the Year.

Garth Brooks – The Thunder Rolls

Garth Brooks released “The Thunder Rolls” in 1991 as the third single from his album No Fences. The song tells the story of a man cheating on his wife, and the video features Brooks playing both the husband and the lover.

The video caused some controversy upon its release, as it depicts domestic violence. However, Brooks has said that he believes the video helped raise awareness of the issue.

Shania Twain – Any Man of Mine

Shania Twain’s “Any Man of Mine” video features the queen of country strutting her stuff in sequined cowboy outfits, corsets, and lingerie while flanked by a bevy of male models. The video is set in what appears to be a Wild West-themed brothel, and it’s clear that Twain is having a great time playing the role of the seductive saloon girl. “Any Man of Mine” was nominated for four CMA awards, including Video of the Year.

Brooks & Dunn – Boot Scootin’ Boogie

Brooks & Dunn released “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” in 1992 as their third single from their album Brand New Man. The song quickly became a hit, reaching the top of the Billboard country charts. The music video for the song features the duo performing in a nightclub, with dancers doing the boot scootin’ boogie dance throughout the video.


We hope you’ve enjoyed our look back at some of the best country music videos of the 90s. It’s hard to believe that it’s been over 20 years since these videos first graced our screens. While the production values and wardrobe choices may not have aged well, the songs themselves are still as country as ever.

So crank up the volume, grab your cowboy hat and get ready to two-step – these are the best of 90s country music videos!

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