Discussion: YouTube Classics


October 29, 2008

There are few things more entertaining than browsing through old country music clips on YouTube.  While preparing my review for the new Reba McEntire collection, I found this chestnut from 1987:

I’ve always been a huge fan of “One Promise Too Late.”  Good stuff.

But I know our readers can do better.  Post a link to your favorite classic country clip!

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  1. JulesNo Gravatar says:

    Not to turn this into a celebration of Reba, but her performance of “For My Broken Heart” at the 1991 CMAs is still my favorite.


  2. MartoneNo Gravatar says:

    Found this gem today. It’s a little fuzzy but worth the watch. A classic moment from Haggard and Robbins…

  3. Erik NorthNo Gravatar says:

    Jerry Lee Lewis, a.k.a. “The Killer”, doing one of his best-known hits on HEE HAW (of all places)–”What’s Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me)”, circa 1969:


  4. JanaNo Gravatar says:

    Rosanne Cash on Austin City Limits – Seven Year Ache…


    aaaand…Mary Chapin on Texas Connection…


  5. I don’t think Alan Jackson has or ever will sing a more “interesting” duet than this one.

    I pretty sure it’s from around 1990 or 1991 when he made his only foray into Europe. Maybe it’s why he has never gone back (LOL).


  6. stephanieNo Gravatar says:

    Faith Hill, live in New Jersey 2007


  7. Chris N.No Gravatar says:

    Johnny Cash tells the prisoners at San Quentin about “A Boy Named Sue”:


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