The 90s was full of great country music, and some very special music videos.

Do you remember when music videos were a thing? They still make them now, but they aren't as prevalent as they were back in the day. I can remember growing up, I'd turn on CMT every morning before school and just watch music videos. I could sit there and watch music videos all day long.

That being said, I need to go on a small rant for a second. Nowadays, while CMT stands for Country Music Television, there's really not much country music being played on there. I think we need to go back to playing more music videos on there than playing random movies and tv shows that really have nothing to do with country music. Am I the only one who feels like that?

The 1990s really kickstarted great music videos from country music artists. Several artists were known for their powerful videos and they even became kind of like mini movies. In my opinion, some of the biggest country artists in the 90s who were known for their music vidoes include Garth Brooks, Reba, and Travis Tritt. They have created some of the greatest country music vidoes of all time.

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Thinking about some of these great music videos from my childhood got me thinking, so I decided to put together a list of what I believe are the greatest country music videos from the 1990s. Since it is a Throwback Thursday on 99.5 WKDQ, why not put this list out today for you to see if these are the greatest music videos of the 90s. Check it out:

15. Goodbye Earl- The Chicks

14. Don't Take The Girl- Tim McGraw

13. Should've Been A Cowboy- Toby Keith

12. The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia- Reba McEntire

11. Chattahoochee- Alan Jackson

10. Man! I Feel Like A Woman- Shania Twain

9. Does He Love You- Reba McEntire and Linda Davis

8. Independence Day- Martina McBride

7. Check Yes Or No- George Strait

6. How Do You Like Me Now- Toby Keith

5. The Dance- Garth Brooks

Unfortunately, Garth does not have his music videos on YouTube, but just know that "The Dance" was such a touching video.

4. Tell Me I Was Dreaming- Travis Tritt

3. Fancy- Reba McEntire

2. The Thunder Rolls- Garth Brooks

Again, Garth's videos and music can't be found on YouTube, but the video for "The Thunder Rolls" was chilling and unforgettable. Especially with Garth starring in it under a disguise.

1. Anymore- Travis Tritt

 

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