CMT Greatest Moments

Season 2 Episode 4

100 Greatest Music Videos

Aired Unknown Apr 04, 2004 on CMT - Country Music Television
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100 Greatest Music Videos
Music videos opened up a new dimension for country music lovers as songs became illustrated with visual storytelling, sometimes controversial, but more often compelling. Whether viewers tune in to see Dwight Yoakam's tight jeans, Shania Twain's midriff, Trace Adkins' dance moves or Garth Brooks' passionate delivery, all the videos touch lives of country fans. The spectacular five-hour countdown show, 100 Greatest Videos, showcases the best, most memorable country music videos of the last two decades. The special features video clips, behind the scenes stories, humorous color commentary and interviews with Clint Black, Brad Paisley, LeAnn Rimes, Yoakam, Randy Jackson (American Idol), Melissa Peterman (Reba), Leonard Maltin (Entertainment Tonight), Alison Sweeney (Days of Our Lives), Eva La Rue (All My Children) and many more.

As viewers count down with CMT the 100 greatest videos, they will see videos that made history, touched hearts, created controversy and made lasting impressions. Videos featured on the countdown include such favorites as "Independence Day" (Martina McBride), "Poncho and Lefty" (Willie Nelson/Merle Haggard), "Ready to Run" (Dixie Chicks), "Boot Scootin' Boogie" (Brooks & Dunn), "Pocket of a Clown" (Yoakam), "Why'd You Come Here Lookin' Like That?" (Dolly Parton), "Fancy" (McEntire), "Cleopatra Queen of Denial" (Pam Tillis) and "I'm Gonna Getcha Good" (Twain).moreless

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