Enjoy this listing of the Top 10 Country Music Songs of the 1990s. Watch the music videos for each song below and see if you have a favorite.
Top 10 Country Music Songs of the 1990s
- Vince Gill “I Still Believe in You”
- George Strait “Check Yes or No”
- Shania Twain “Your Still the One”
- Reba McEntire “Is There Life Out There”
- LeAnn Rimes “How Do I Live Without You”
- Toby Keith “Should’ve Been a Cowboy”
- Alan Jackson “Chattahoochee”
- Dixie Chicks “Wide Open Space”
- Faith Hill “This Kiss”
- Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places”
Vince Gill (I Still Believe in You)
Music video by Vince Gill performing I Still Believe In You from 1992.
George Strait (Check Yes or No)
This George Strait song was released in 1995 and reached #1 on the Country Music charts.
Shania Twain (Your Still the One)
Shania Twain released this song in 1998 and co-wrote “Your Still the One”. The song won 2 Grammy Awards.
Reba McEntire (Is There Life Out There)
Reba released this song in 1992 and reached #1 on the country music charts with this tune.
LeAnn Rimes (How Do I Live Without You)
LeAnn released this song in 1997 and the song spent five weeks at #2 on the Country Music charts. Trisha Yearwood also released a version of this song for the movie Con Air.
Toby Keith (Should’ve Been a Cowboy)
Toby released this song in 1993 an the tune reached #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Alan Jackson (Chatahoochee)
Alan released this song in 1993 and also co-wrote this tune.
Dixie Chicks (Wide Open Spaces)
The band released this song in 1998 and the tune served as the title track of their highly successful 4th studio album.
Faith Hill (This Kiss)
Faith released this song in 1998 reaching #1 on the country music charts and the top 10 of the pop music charts.
Garth Brooks (Friends in Low Places)
Garth released this song in 1990 and spent 4 weeks at the top of the Hot Country Songs chart.
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