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July 31, 2014 Playlist

31 Country Songs that were on the radio/charts in 1994 (31 of my favorites anyway), in random order:

1. Wild One – Faith Hill
2. Live Until I Die – Clay Walker
3. I Swear – John Michael Montgomery
4. No Doubt About It – Neal McCoy
5. My Love – Little Texas
6. If Bubba Can Dance (I Can Too) – Shenandoah
7. Don’t Take the Girl – Tim McGraw
8. Wink – Neal McCoy
9. Foolish Pride – Travis Tritt
10. Summertime Blues – Alan Jackson
11. Be My Baby Tonight – John Michael Montgomery
12. Third Rock From the Sun – Joe Diffie
13. Dreaming With My Eyes Wide Open – Clay Walker
14. If I Could Make A Living – Clay Walker
15. Pickup Man – Joe Diffie
16. Lifestyles of the Not So Rich and Famous – Tracy Byrd
17. National Workin’ Woman’s Holiday – Sammy Kershaw
18. Thinkin’ Problem – David Ball
19. Shut Up and Kiss Me – Mary Chapin Carpenter
20. Kick A Little – Little Texas
21. Watermelon Crawl – Tracy Byrd
22. Calling Baton Rouge – Garth Brooks
23. I Try to Think About Elvis – Patty Loveless
24. The City Put the Country Back In Me – Neal McCoy
25. Rock My World (Little Country Girl) – Brooks & Dunn
26. That’s My Story – Collin Raye
27. Walking Away A Winner – Kathy Mattea
28. Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind – Confederate Railroad
29. If the Good Die Young – Tracy Lawrence
30.  Goin’ Through the Big D – Mark Chesnutt
31. I Want to Be Loved Like That – Shenandoah

CreativelyMusical.com Artist of the Week – Jeffrey Steele

This week my featured artist is Jeffrey Steele. If you’ve been listening to country music for the last two decades or so, you’ve heard a Jeffrey Steele penned song. He’s not only written for himself and his band Boy Howdy, his songs have been recorded by Montgomery Gentry, Rascal Flatts, Faith Hill, Mark Wills and more.

While I love the versions by other artists, Jeffrey’s versions – especially live – are just better. The above video is probably my most favorite Jeffrey penned tune, “What Hurts the Most.” I was at this particular concert, AlexFest in 2008.

Here are some more videos, I could give you links to recorded versions but you need to hear Jeffrey live – it is amazing. He is so passionate about every song he sings.

This is a playlist on YouTube of a bunch of Jeffrey’s live performances. Click through to watch on YouTube to see all of the videos: