Country Legends Rocked The Super Bowl Redneck Style With Epic Half Time Show

USA Today

Country music legends Travis Tritt, Clint Black, Tanya Tucker, and The Judds rocked the Super Bowl halftime back in 1994 with an epic country music mashup. 

Donning a jet black outfit complete with his signature cowboy hat, Black kicked off the performance appropriately titled “Rockin’ Country Sunday” with a striking delivery of his 1993 hit “Tuckered Out” backed by an army of redneck line dancers. Tucker then strutted out onstage for a captivating performance of “A Little Too Late” chockfull of southern charm. 

The performance took a honky tonk turn once the great Tritt took the stage for a killer delivery of his hit single “Trouble.” Once his performance came to a close, the country singer welcomed the great Wynonna Judd to the stage. 

“I am honored to introduce a lady whose first album sold 3 million copies,” introduced Tritt. “A lady we love and admire, Wynonna!”

Wynonna then took the stage for a solo performance of her hit song “No One Else On Earth” before being joined by her mother, Naomi Judd, for a sensational duet of “Love Can Build A Bridge,” later joined onstage by their fellow country singers. 

There really hasn’t been another performance quite like this one! You can watch the epic halftime show below!

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