Joe Diffie Back In The Spolight Thanks To Jason Aldean’s “1994″ [VIDEO]
The year 1994 was a pretty darn good one for Joe Diffie. His “Third Rock From the Sun” album reached number six on the charts and a single from that collection, “Pickup Man” sat at number one for four weeks. Now Joe is reliving that year and resurfacing on country radio’s radar thanks to Jason Aldean’s hot new single “1994″ which references Joe and several of his big hits in the lyric. And what a run of hits he had!
Check out this list of Joe Diffie smashes compliments of Wikipedia.
–”If You Want Me To”
–”New Way (To Light Up an Old Flame)”
–”If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)”
–”Is It Cold in Here”
–”Ships That Don’t Come In”
–Next Thing Smokin’”
– Honky Tonk Attitude
–”John Deere Green”
–”Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)”
–Third Rock from the Sun
–”So Help Me Girl”
–”Bigger Than the Beatles”
–”It’s Always Somethin’ ”
via Joe Diffie – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Wow! Those songs sure bring back a lot of memories for me as I probably played most of them a hundred times or more on Big Frog 104. Check out this video of Joe doing “John Deere Green” last year in Cape Coral, Florida.