This week in country music: 1995 - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

This week in country music: 1995

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Let's drop a few quarters in our jukebox of memories. This morning we're checking the country charts from 20 years ago.

This week in 1995 Billboard Magazine had Brooks and Dunn at number five with "Whiskey Under the Bridge."

In the number four spot was Lorrie Morgan with "Back in Your Arms Again."

The song in the number three spot was written by country music legends George Jones and Roger Miller. Jones had a hit with "Tall Tall Trees" back in 1958. Alan Jackson re-cut it and took it up the charts again 37 years later.

Clay Walker held down the number two spot with "Who Needs You Baby."

And in the top spot was George Strait with "Check Yes or No." The song spent a month in the Number 1 position and Billboard later ranked it the Top Country Song of the 1990s.  

And that's you're look at the country music charts from this week in 1995.

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