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Big & Rich (Country)

A pair of gonzo country showmen initially shunned by the Nashville mainstream but eventually becoming the face of the Music City as the 2000s drew to a close, Big & Rich were the most unlikely country success story of the new millennium. They didn’t appear from nowhere, but when Horse of a Different Color exploded in 2004, it sure seemed like they did, memories of John Rich's time in Lonestar vanishing, along with any trace of Big Kenny's years struggling on the fringes of major-label studios. In its place was something cheerfully, grotesquely super-sized, happy to revel in a bad taste that camouflaged exactly how eclectic the duo was, how Big & Rich happily pushed hip-hop braggadocio into their rocking country, building their music on chant-along sports anthems and ballads, the former showcasing their humor, the latter their sentimentality. Soon after "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" because a smash, Big & Rich started firing out hits, not just as performers but as writer/producers, turning Gretchen Wilson into a star, assisting in John Anderson's comeback, and supporting novelties like country-rapper Cowboy Troy. Their oversized, out-of-control train steamrolled throughout the back half of the '90s, with Rich slowly ingratiating himself in the establishment -- appearing as a judge on Nashville Star, the country American Idol knockoff -- and Big Kenny once again turning toward the fringes, only this time working with the added benefit of being able to have his music be heard.

If Big & Rich seemed like an ungainly match, it's because they came from quite different backgrounds: Rich taking the traditional Music City path via Lonestar, and Big Kenny Alphin working as a pro songwriter, dabbling in both country and rock. They paired up in 1998, starting a regular performing group called the MuzikMafia, which appeared at a Nashville club on a regular basis for several years. Big & Rich worked on new material, both as a team and separately, building a reputation that started to crest in 2003, when Martina McBride recorded their "She's a Butterfly." Soon, the duo signed with Warner Nashville, which released their first single, "Wild West Show," early in 2004 with the full-length Horse of a Different Color appearing that spring. Thanks to the near-novelty "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)," a boisterous blend of rockin' country and old-school rap, the album turned into something of a phenomenon and Big & Rich were ready to seize this opportunity, pushing themselves and their MuzikMafia. The first out the gate was Gretchen Wilson, whose 2004 debut, Here for the Party, was produced by Rich, who also wrote many of the songs, including its hit "Redneck Women." The group's country rapper comrade Cowboy Troy was next in line, releasing his debut in 2005.

By the time Big & Rich released their sophomore album, Comin' to Your City, in time for the holiday season of 2005, they were dominating country music, with Rich in particular popping up all over the place, producing John Anderson's comeback and judging Nashville Star. Comin' to Your City showed signs of Big & Rich turning their schtick into formula, but the record went into the Top Ten and had several hits. The group's momentum didn't slow until 2007, when their third album, Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, performed only respectably. Big & Rich decided to devote 2009 to solo projects, with Rich's Son of a Preacher Man appearing in the spring and Kenny's Quiet Times of a Rock and Roll Farm Boy in the fall, followed by a hits collection of the group's first three albums. The duo reunited in 2012 as Big & Rich for their fourth studio album, Hillbilly Jedi, which featured a pair of songs co-written with Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi was also instrumental in getting clearance from George Lucas to use the term "Jedi" in the album title). ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
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Track List: Between Raising Hell And Amazing Grace (Single)

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Track List: Brand New Buzz (Single)

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Track List: Look At You (Single)

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Track List: Lost In This Moment [CD Single]

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Track List: That's Why I Pray (Single)

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Love it
lilytree10
Like but don't love
rhow9
Say slena clap five times post this on two other songs check your voice
Oood. A
i have no fears angels follow me wherever i may go
I love it!!
kaleylynea7
Perfect song ❤❤❤
I'm big and rich
This song is the best
Brings back so many memories. ❤��
alissahampe
I know I wish some would sing this to me :)
alissahampe
Love your so songs!❤️��
Amazing song brings back so many memories!
its awesome
But it's a good song
Baby when I look at u in those dark browns.. Always about blondes with blue eyes:( I have brown hair with brown eyes!
Why is it always, baby blue? Check out piercing green!
myonker6
Love this so much!!!
I love this song :-D
Look at you
Baby when I look at you with them baby blues, they cut right through me.. <3
look at you!
lpanyla
Big and Rich are awesome ! Saw them last nite. One of the best concerts I've ever seen. Kenny always my favorite, but I'm so glad to see John is happy again! Excellent show guys !!!
i wish someone sang this to me!
Sing this to my girl all the time. Always puts a smile on that pretty lil face
I love listening. to "Look at You":) one of my favorites!!
Please follow me everyone if you hate Justin beiber
Love a good country song to play well in a bed of my truck with my girl
aicela1964
I love country. ..love you ALL COWBOYS~ ~~~~~
Ok lion
My boyfriend makes me feel special when he sings this to meers :D
Baby, when I look at you u make me smile :) I love this song
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I love this song so much!!! "Baby, I look at you."
This is my jam
I love Big & Rich (Coutry)
Love this song
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Love this song!! ❤️��
Good song
I like this song!
Don't read this it actually works. The love of your life will kiss you on the nearest Friday. However if you don't repost this on 5 songs in 143 min then you will die in two days. There name will appear on your screen if you do
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