The Best Old Country Music Videos to Play

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Looking for a way to get in touch with your country roots? There’s nothing like watching some good old country music videos! Check out our list of the best ones to play.

George Strait- “The Fireman”

George Strait’s “The Fireman” was released in 1995 as the lead single from his album Blue Clear Sky. The song was co-written by Strait, his son Bubba, and Steve Dorff.

The music video for “The Fireman” was directed by Jeff Plotkin and shot in various locations around Austin, Texas. The video features Strait as a firefighter who saves a woman (played by actress Lori Petty) from a burning building.

“The Fireman” was a commercial success, reaching the top of the Billboard country charts and becoming one of Strait’s signature songs. The video won the CMT Music Award for Video of the Year and was nominated for two Grammy Awards.

Alan Jackson- “Chattahoochee”

Alan Jackson- “Chattahoochee” is a great old country music video to play. The video features Alan Jackson performing in a field near a river. The scenery is beautiful and the song is catchy.

Brooks & Dunn- “Boot Scootin’ Boogie”

Sharing a song from your personal playlist can show off your great taste in music. It can also be a fun way to connect with friends and family. If you’re looking for the best old country music videos to play, look no further than this Brooks & Dunn classic.

“Boot Scootin’ Boogie” is a fast-paced, upbeat song that’s perfect for any occasion. The video features the band performing in a honky-tonk setting, complete with cowboy hats and boots. The simple lyrics and catchy beat make this song irresistible, and it’s sure to get everyone up and dancing.

So crank up the volume and enjoy some good old-fashioned country fun with “Boot Scootin’ Boogie.”

Garth Brooks- “Friends in Low Places”

Garth Brooks- “Friends in Low Places” is one of the best old country music videos to play. The video features Garth Brooks and his friends having a great time in a bar, and it is clear that they are truly enjoying themselves. The video also features some beautiful scenery, and it is clear that the makers of the video took care to choose locations that would be pleasing to viewers.

Dwight Yoakam- “Ain’t That Lonely Yet”

Directed by Mark Pellington, this music video was released in 1992 and features Dwight Yoakam singing “Ain’t That Lonely Yet” in a number of different settings, including a bar, a pool hall, and a rodeo. The video won the Country Music Association Award for Video of the Year and was nominated for two Grammy Awards.

Hank Williams Jr.- “A Country Boy Can Survive”

Hank Williams Jr.’s “A Country Boy Can Survive” is a country classic. The song was released in 1982 and quickly rose to the top of the country charts. The music video for “A Country Boy Can Survive” features Hank Jr. performing the song in a field with a group of friends. The video is simple, but it perfectly captures the spirit of the song.

John Anderson- “Swingin'”

John Anderson’s “Swingin'” is a great old country music video to play. The video features Anderson performing the song while walking through a pasture, and it is interspersed with shots of people dancing and enjoying themselves. In addition to being a great example of old country music, the video is also funny and entertaining.

Travis Tritt- “Here’s a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)”

“Here’s a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)” is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Travis Tritt. It was released in December 1992 as the fourth single from his album, T-R-O-U-B-L-E. The song reached number two on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in April 1993.

The song was written by Tritt and Jerryilee Bendit. In it, the narrator gives a quarter to a beggar, telling him to “call someone who cares.”

The music video was directed by Michael Salomon and premiered in early 1993.

Mark Chesnutt- “Bubba Shot the Jukebox”

This song was released in 1996 and was a number one hit. The video features Chesnutt in a bar playing pool and singing.

The song is about a man who is down on his luck and is trying to forget his troubles by drinking and listening to music. He is joined by his friends, who are also struggling with their own problems. Together, they sing about the good times they had in the past and how they wish they could go back to those days.

The video reflects the theme of the song, with Chesnutt and his friends being shown as regular people who are just trying to get by. It is a relatable video for many people, which is likely one of the reasons why it was so successful.

Joe Diffie- “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)”

Joe Diffie’s “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)” is a perfect example of an old-school country music video. It tells the story of a man who wants to be remembered fondly by his loved ones after he dies. The video features Diffie performing in a honky-tonk bar, surrounded by friends and family who are clearly enjoying themselves. There’s also a little bit of humor thrown in, as one of the bar patrons tries to put money in the jukebox and Diffie’s character stops him. “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)” is a great video to play if you’re looking for a nostalgic throwback to the days of classic country music.

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