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!
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.
Found this gem today. It’s a little fuzzy but worth the watch. A classic moment from Haggard and Robbins…
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:
Rosanne Cash on Austin City Limits – Seven Year Ache…
aaaand…Mary Chapin on Texas Connection…
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).
Faith Hill, live in New Jersey 2007
Sorry..a correction on my entry…
Johnny Cash tells the prisoners at San Quentin about “A Boy Named Sue”: