You can't think of Jason Aldean lately without thinking of '1994,' and you can't think of that catchy hit without thinking of Joe Diffie. There were high expectations that the singer would appear in Aldean's music video or 2013 ACMs performance. However, there was no Diffie in sight -- except for the move Aldean was doing onstage. The '90s hitmaker has shared on why he was missing.
Aaron Tippin, Joe Diffie and Sammy Kershaw joined forces earlier this year when they hit the road together for the Roots and Boots Tour. Playing together for their diehard fans went so well that now the three country music legends are going to release an album together.
Jason Aldean is still climbing the charts with his latest song "1994," where he kind-of raps the lyrics about the things he remember from back then. It's a song that suits Jason well but was written by another rap-loving country star.
Jason Aldean has released a new party anthem song called "1994" that is really a tribute to country singer Joe Diffie. He's following in the path of the success of "Dirt Road Anthem," where he raps some of the lyrics to the song. The video has just been released as well, and from the looks of things, he's got some support from a lot of country's biggest stars.
90's Country hitmaker Joe Logan Diffie is best know for his country ballads and novelty songs. A total of 35 Joe Diffie singles have charted on the Billboard Country Singles chart. He has had five #1 hits including: "Home", "If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)", "Third Rock from the Sun", "Pickup Man" and "Bigger Than the Beatles".
Happy 59th birthday goes out today to Gary Baker. You may be scratching your head trying to figure out who he is. But I'm sure you know his music. He's a guy who was born right here in Niagara Falls, NY. Gary is most well known for a song that he wrote for John Michael Montgomery called, "I Swear." It was also recorded by pop group All-4-One.