On This Date: Clint Black, The Judd’s, Travis Tritt And Tanya Tucker Team Up For All-Time Great Super Bowl Halftime Show In 1994

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Talk about an all-time great Super Bowl Halftime show.

On this date in 1994, some of country music’s biggest 90’s country stars, including Clint Black, Wynonna and Naomi Judd, Travis Tritt and Tanya Tucker, teamed up for a kickass show, officially (and rightfully) billed as Rockin’ Country Sunday.

Clint Black opened it up with “Tuckered Out,” and Tanya Tucker followed him with “It’s A Little Too Late,” before Travis took the stage with his hit “T-R-O-U-B-L-E.”

Wynonna then performed solo for “No One Else On Earth,” and was joined by Naomi (which was a surprise to the crowd) and the rest of the group for “Love Can Build a Bridge.”

It was The Judd’s first major appearance together since their Farewell Tour of 1991, and the whole entire show was incredible from top to bottom.

As of yesterday evening, this year’s Super Bowl LVII (57) is now officially set for Sunday February 12th, with the Philadelphia Eagles taking on the Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

It’s been 29 years since the ultra-country halftime show, and this year, Rihanna will be headlining the halftime show, which I have to admit, the 13-year-old girl inside of me is very excited about… and the great Chris Stapleton will be taking on National Anthem duties, so that will definitely be a highlight of the musical performances too.

But I mean, really… what do have to do to make the Super Bowl this dang country again?

The halftime show peaked in 1994, I’m pretty sure:

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A beer bottle on a dock