No survey of 1990s country music is complete without a mention of Joe Diffie.
While the singer has come back into vogue thanks to Jason Aldean's song "1994" -- which pays tribute to Diffie in the chorus -- he's no mere novelty act.
In the era of Garth Brooks, Diffie split the difference between neo-traditionalism and New Country. A good example is the song "Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)."
As last requests go, it's not a bad one.
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