On This Date: George Strait Released ‘One Step At A Time’ Back In 1998

George Strait wearing a hat

George Strait’s music catalog is about the size of the state of Texas itself.

Okay, not really, but it’s truly impressive the see the success the man has garnered over his extensive country music career, with 30 studio albums, 12 compilation albums, and three live albums.

I mean hell, 60 number one hits is all you need to know, and they don’t call him the King for nothing.

With that being said, he released his iconic One Step At A Time album on this date back in 1998.

The record produced the number one hit “I Just Want to Dance with You,” number two hit “True,” and a number four hit “We Really Shouldn’t Be Doing This,” all on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart back in ’98.

Produced by both Tony Brown and Strait, it also hit number one on the US Top Country Albums chart.

Not to mention, there really ain’t a bad song on this whole album, with other notable songs like “Remember The Alamo,” “Why Not Now,” and so many others.

“I Just Want to Dance With You”

“We Really Shouldn’t Be Doing This”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock