Get your cowboy hat and boots on for the Red, White, and Brauen Music Festival Saturday, August 27th behind Uebelhor and Sons Toyota in Jasper, Indiana. The gates open at 3 where you will find food trucks and great entertainment all night long. You won’t want to miss out on the line up this year. Let’s take a look at the artisits and songs that influenced us in the 90’s…

As the 90’s began, these and other country artisit made county music the biggest music genre in the US. the lyrics ere fun, sad, familiar, and understandable. From “You’ve Got to Stand for Something, to Queen of my Double Wide Trailer, One Boy One Girl, Maybe it was Memphis, Old Enough to Know Better, and Daddy’s Money, we all could relate to the music and knew these songs by heart!

Aaron Tippin-You’ve Got to Stand for Something, There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong with the Radio, Working Man’s PH.D., Kiss This, and That’s as Close as I’ll Get to lovin You are just a few of Aaron Tippin’s biggest HITS! The song You’ve Got to Stand for something became a popluar anthem for the American Soliders fighting in th Gulf War. Tippin is still performing with tour dates in 2022-2023

Sammy Kershaw-Kershaw had a great run in the 90’s as a country star. From Queen of My Double Wide Trailer, She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful, Don’t go Near the Water, and Vidalia are just a few of his top songs from the 90’s. kershaw covered all the categories when it comes to Country Music

Collin Raye had a successful career throught the 90’s. He had multiple big hits. His best song is his first big hit Love Me. The song is about true love as told by a grandson. All I Can Be album was the first of four consecutive albums released by Raye to receive platinum certification. Collin Raye had several Top Ten hits throughout the rest of the decade and in the 2000. 

When I hear the name Pam Tillis the first song that comes to mind is Maybe it Was Memphis comes to mind. The second song is Shake the Sugar Tree. Evan though those two songs were big hits from Tillis, her only number one song was My Crazy Life, although twelve other songs reached the top 10 on the same chart.

In 1995, Wade Hayes had his turn as a big country act. Old Enough to Know Better was an instant hit with fans. That was Hayes’ First and only Number 1 hit. Don’t Stop hit the number 10 spot on the Country charts in 1995. The Wrong One Loves You Right was an up-tempo song that may not have been a single, but it’s the kind of high-powered track that helped make Hayes one of the best singers and performers of the 90’s.

Ricochet’s self-titles album produced three straight Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts, including the number one single Daddy’s Money. The band followed its debut album with 1997’s Blink of an Eye, which also produced several hits on the Country music charts. Daddy’s Money was their only number one hit to date. They also produced Love is Stronger Than Pride, which was also a Top 10.

RWB Music Fest is presented by Rally Points Events. Their mission is to provide support, both financial and otherwise, to local veterans and veterans organizations, in the Tri-State area. The board works directly with local Veteran’s Outreach progams to prioritize funds, scholarships awards, and other charitable donations.