The 1990s were a beloved age in country music which lifted Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson and Brooks & Dunn to superstardom.
There have been other state performers, however, who made a name for themselves in the’1990s. Today, many are still remaining busy in the studio, on stage and on screen.
Following is a look at where several are now.
Deana Carter influenced a generation of female country singers with her nostalgia “Strawberry Wine” in 1996. Today, Carter utilizes California as her home base. She spends a lot of her time song writing, playing shows and acting. Carter was recently in the film “Running from My Roots,” for which she also produced the soundtrack.
Country music lovers met Billy Dean in 1990 when he broke through with hit songs including Only Here for a Little While and Somewhere in My Broken Heart. His career continued throughout the decade with hits including Billy the Kid, If There Hadn’t Been you & ‘Tryin’ to Hide a Fire in the Dark. nowadays, Dean lives in his native Florida and recently completed his first gospel album, “Billy Dean & Friends: Gospel Favourites.” The track record comprises “In the Garden,” Blessed Assurance” & “I Saw the Light.
John Michael Montgomery
John Michael Montgomery won the adoration of country music lovers with his up-tempo tongue twister “Sold (the Grundy County Auction Incident)” in 1995 and charted other hits, including “Life’s Dance” & “Be My Baby Tonight,” before he hit listeners in the heart in 2000 with “The Little Girl.” Almost 20 years after, Montgomery nevertheless spends a lot of the year on tour, is contemplating a brand new album and is pleased as punch for his son Walker Montgomery, who is following in his footsteps in country music.
Pam Tillis, little girl of Country Music Hall of Famer Mel Tillis, ventured out of her dad’s shadow in the main ‘1990s with hit tunes. Pam Tillis is still bringing those hits to life every night on stage. And if she hasn’t released a solo project since 2007’s “Rhine Stoned,” she’s now in the recording studio working on a record estimated to be released later this year.
Aaron Tippin has ever been a guy of several interests — singing, song writing, and flying along with physical fitness. Tippin landed his very first hit in 1991 with “You’d Got to Stand for Something” then continued to appeal state music listeners with “That’s as Close as I’ll Get to Loving You,” “My Blue Angel “Kiss This. ” He celebrated 25 years in state music in 2015 with his double album “25 Years” and now has annually of concert dates on the books. At sixty years old, Tippin is still an avid bodybuilder and aviator and has added winemaking to his repertoire. He teamed with Stonehaus Winery to make blackberry and cherry wines, along with his Kiss. This sweet cherry wine is still offered.