WHISKEY RIFF MADNESS: ’90s Country Song Championship Voting Is OPEN

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This one’s for all the marbles.

For the past couple weeks, we’ve been making our way through our annual Whiskey Riff Madness tournament in honor of March Madness. And this year, we matched up 64 of your favorite ’90s country songs as they went head to head to see which one would come out on top.

And now, we’re down to the final two.

It’s been a big year for the top seeds in the bracket, with our Final Four being all #1 seeds: Toby Keith’s “Should Have Been A Cowboy,” Alan Jackson’s “Chattahoochee,” Brooks & Dunn’s “Neon Moon,” and Joe Diffie’s “John Deere Green.”

I mean, how do you go wrong with any of those?

But unfortunately two of them had to be eliminated in the last round. And as it has throughout the entire tournament, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” took an early lead and never really looked back, knocking off “Neon Moon” with 67% of the vote.

Gotta think with Toby Keith’s recent passing he’s the favorite to win it all this year. And deservedly so.

But it’s not going to be easy. On the other side of the bracket, we had the closest matchup we’ve had in the entire tournament. And by a margin of only 51% to 49%, Alan Jackson and “Chattahoochee” snuck out a win and a spot in the championship round.

And now it’s time to vote.

Voting ends at 11:59 PM CDT on Sunday, April 7, and the winner be revealed on Monday – the same day as the National Championship game.

You can vote as many times as you want, either on the form below or by clicking here.

Will Toby pull off the ultimate victory? Or will Alan Jackson take down the favorite in the championship? I guess we’ll find out Monday.

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