10 Best Country Songs Of The ’90s

  
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8. “Any Man of Mine” – Shania Twain

When country artist Shania Twain stepped onto the country music scene she shook things up and stole the spotlight. Her debut album in 1993 wasn’t all that successful, but in ’95 when she released The Woman in Me, she made a name for herself. This album was her biggest-selling album, certified 12x Platinum and ranked on CMT’s list of 40 Greatest Albums in Country Music. Off this album, the single “Any Man of Mine” became Twain’s first No. 1 hit. It was nominated for a Grammy Award and won Single of the Year at the Canadian Country Music Awards and Country Music Radio Awards.

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7. “Chattahoochee” – Alan Jackson

We couldn’t have a list about ’90s country music without Alan Jackson on it! Released in 1993 off the album A Lot About Livin’ (And a Little ’bout Love), “Chattahoochee” became one of Jackson’s No. 1 hits and won him the 1994 CMA Award for Single and Song of the Year. This definitely wasn’t Jackson’s only huge hit of the ’90s, he also released popular singles like “She’s Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues),” “Someday,” “Dallas” “Midnight in Montgomery” and “Love’s God a Hold on You.”

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