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Greatest Hits (Big & Rich album)

greatest hits album by Big & Rich

Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album from country music duo Big & Rich. The album was released on September 29, The standard album features fifteen songs, including all of the duo's charting singles from their first three studio albums: 's Horse of a Different Color, 's Comin' to Your City and 's Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace. A previously unreleased track, titled "The Man I Am Right Now," was also included. The DVD, which was released separately, features all of the duo's music videos, with the exception of the video for "Never Mind Me.", the duo's official site, sold an exclusive limited edition version of the album which included the CD and DVD in a single package as well as bonus tracks on the CD.[3]

Track listings[edit]

1."Rollin' (The Ballad of Big & Rich)" (featuring Cowboy Troy)Big Kenny, John Rich, Cowboy Troy
2."Wild West Show"Kenny, Rich, Blair Daly
3."Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)"Kenny, Rich
4."Holy Water"Kenny, Rich, Vicky McGehee, Jeff Cohen
5."Big Time"Kenny, Rich, Angie Aparo
6."Comin' to Your City"Kenny, Rich
7."Never Mind Me"Kenny, Rich, Rodney Clawson
8."8th of November"Kenny, Rich
9."Lost in This Moment"Rich, Keith Anderson, Clawson
"Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace"Kenny, Earl James
"Loud"Kirsti Manna, Darla Perlozzi, Danny Myrick
"The Man I Am Right Now"McGehee, Rich
"Everybody's Rockin"Kenny
"Kick My Ass"Kenny, Rich, Bryan Wayne
Total length:
"Find a Heart"Kenny, Richard Supa
"Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" (remix)Kenny, Rich
Total length:


1."Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)"
2."Holy Water"
3."Big Time"
4."Comin' to Your City"
5."8th of November"
6."Lost in This Moment"
7."Rollin' (The Ballad Of Big & Rich)"
8."Fake ID"
9."Love Train"
"Party Like Cowboyz"
Total length:


1."Rollin' (The Ballad of Big & Rich)"&#;
2."Wild West Show"&#;
3."Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)"&#;
4."Holy Water"&#;
5."Big Time"&#;
6."Comin' to Your City"&#;
7."8th of November"&#;
8."Lost in This Moment"&#;
9."Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace"&#;

Chart performance[edit]

Chart () Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 27
U.S. Billboard



Big & Rich is an American country music duo composed of Big Kenny and John Rich, both of whom are songwriters, vocalists, and guitarists. Before the duo’s foundation, Rich was a bass guitarist in the country band Lonestar, while Kenny was a solo artist for Hollywood Records. Their first studio album, Horse of a Different Color, was released in This album produced four straight Top 40 country hits, including the number 11 “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)”, plus collaborations with Cowboy Troy, Gretchen Wilson, and Martina McBride. Comin’ to Your City was released in November , followed by another Top 20 single the Vietnam War-inspired “8th of November” and two more Top 40 hits. Joining the duo on this album were Cowboy Troy, Wilson, and Kris Kristofferson. Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, released in , produced their only No. 1 single, “Lost in This Moment”. Both before and during the duo’s hiatus, Rich has worked as a producer and songwriter for several other artists. Here are all of Big & Rich songs ranked.

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Please Man (Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, )

“Please Man” which features Wyclef Jean just seems absolutely bizarre. Combining country and reggae with Wyclef Jean spitting a verse laced with country reference such as “dressed in black like Johnny Cash” and “I was at home watching Reba”.

Never Mind Me (Comin’ to Your City, )

“Country music is very song-centric, letting the lyrics and the everyman vibe dominate the song. Big & Rich blow up the size of this song and putting a twanging-banjo in every song.”

8th of November (Comin’ to Your City, )

“This song like any other is subjective, depending on the listener’s preference. However, if you are a true aficionado of “Big & Rich,” then this song is excellent. It also helps in appreciation if you are a patriot of the USA and not some far left wing nut job wanting to dissect the fundamentals of our great Republic and feed us socialist poison. This type of music is for real Americans!”

Look at You (Gravity, )

“Big and Rich are growing up and you can hear it in the richness of their voices and harmonies. They should have a big hit with this one! The album “Gravity” comes out 9/23 and the rest of the songs sound just as good. I think it’s going to be their best yet!”

See more: Big & Rich Albums Ranked

That’s Why I Pray (Hillbilly Jedi, )

“This song really hits home and tells it like it really is. The more foreigners that come into our country, the more rights and beliefs we have are being stripped from true American’s, just to accommodate others, this isn’t our country anymore, they have stripped everything from us. This is one strong and powerful song.”

Comin’ to Your City (Comin’ to Your City, )

“I love hearing it each Saturday morning on college game day, and now I have it for my listening enjoyment anytime I desire. If you like country music with a fun undertone of rock, you will not be disappointed.”

9. Radio (Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, )

“Maybe most people will think this tune comes from out of the left-field, but every now and then the boys will record a song with substance. its a great video and a truly great song.”

8. Lost in This Moment (Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, )

“Yes, definitely a wedding song. The guy is singing to his bride about how happy he is to be marrying her. It’s a beautiful song, which differs greatly from my other favorite Big & Rich song, Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)”

7. Run Away With You (Gravity, )

“Love this song! I was never a big fan of “Big and Rich”, (no pun intended), but this is one of the best “country” songs to date in my opinion. Great song from the duo. Their harmony is fantastic.”

6. Holy Water (Horse of a Different Color, )

“I agree that this song could be about abuse. Really, it’s how you take it. I can relate to this because last year, I lost a lot of my innocence. I tried drugs. I tried drinking. I got into a really bad relationship. I snuck out and got busted by the cops. When all of that happens, you do feel like your innocence has been taken from you. I think it’s about a girl like that. Rumors get spread and all but you never are the same and yeah, you do act strong in front of everyone else but when you’re alone, you bust out crying, letting the tears roll down your face. Nobody hears you and if they do, that don’t help you. They leave you to your own devices.”

See more: Simon & Garfunkel Songs Ranked

5. Rollin’ (Horse of a Different Color, )

“There are lots of fun songs on this album. Most of the others seem to grow on you over time. It’s rare you find an album that you really like 80% of the songs! Very innovative. These guys are masters of music…if you really listen you will hear all the details.”

4. Loud (Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, )

“Great song and video, very well done, both Big Kenny and John Rich sing well with emotion and feeling. The words of the song are moving and meaningful. Very enjoyable.”

3. Lovin’ Lately (Gravity, )

“These guys have been around long enough to know when the time is right to release a killer song. Tim McGraw is a nice touch in the vocals. Big & Rich do a good job yet again with music that makes people want to hear it.”

2. Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) (Horse of a Different Color, )

“If you haven’t heard it, you need to, because it is hilarious and the singing is phenomenal. Rollin’ is the song that introduces you to Big & Rich and what they and the muzik mafia are all about. Still, the most exciting addition to this CD is Never Been Down. It is on the fan pak release as well and it is a gorgeous song. The first time I heard it, it instantly became a favorite. The lyrics are very uplifting and the vocals are breathtaking. I’d definitely recommend buying this one.”

1. Big Time (Horse of a Different Color, )

“I like this song because they sound like they are having so much fun and because I like the setup. Always makes me smile. Big & Rich don’t get enough credit for how good they are. I love how they harmonize so well. This song is one that sticks in my head all day long. Great song.”

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Big & Rich

American country music duo

Big & Rich is an American country music duo composed of Big Kenny and John Rich, both of whom are songwriters, vocalists, and guitarists. Before the duo's foundation, Rich was bass guitarist in the country band Lonestar, while Kenny was a solo artist for Hollywood Records.

Their first studio album, Horse of a Different Color, was released in This album produced four straight Top 40 country hits, including the number 11 "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)", plus collaborations with Cowboy Troy, Gretchen Wilson, and Martina McBride. Comin' to Your City was released in November , followed by another Top 20 single the Vietnam War-inspired "8th of November" and two more Top 40 hits. Joining the duo on this album were Cowboy Troy, Wilson, and Kris Kristofferson. Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, released in , produced their only No.&#;1 single, "Lost in This Moment". Both before and during the duo's hiatus, Rich has worked as a producer and songwriter for several other artists.

After this album, both members went on hiatus and released solo albums in —Big Kenny's The Quiet Times of a Rock and Roll Farm Boy and Rich's Son of a Preacher Man. These also produced the duo's first Top 40 solo entries—Big Kenny with "Long After I'm Gone" and Rich with "Shuttin' Detroit Down". In , Big Kenny released his second solo country album, Big Kenny's Love Everybody Traveling Musical Medicine Show Mix Tape, Vol. 1 and in , Rich released the extended playsFor the Kids and Rich Rocks, the latter of which included the Top 40 country single "Country Done Come to Town". Big & Rich reunited in May to release "Fake ID", a cut from the soundtrack to the film Footloose. A year later, the duo released their fourth album, Hillbilly Jedi, which produced the Top 20 hit "That's Why I Pray". In July , Rich announced that the duo had begun work on their fifth studio album, Gravity, which was released independently.[2][3] Another independent album, Did it For the Party, was announced in for release in September, led by the single "California".[4]


Prior to Big & Rich's foundation, John Rich was a founding member of the band Texassee, which later became Lonestar.[5] Rich played bass guitar in the band and alternated with Richie McDonald on lead vocals; he also co-wrote their singles "Come Cryin' to Me" and "Say When".[6] After Lonestar released its second album, Rich departed from the band in , leaving McDonald as the band's sole lead singer.[7] Kenny Alphin (aka Big Kenny) was signed to Hollywood Records in ,[8] where he recorded a rock album called Live a Little a year later.[9] Although one of its songs was featured in the soundtrack to the film Gun Shy,[10]Live a Little was not released, and Hollywood Records held the rights to the songs for five years.[9] In the meantime, The Mavericks recorded one of Alphin's songs ("I Hope You Want Me Too") on their album Trampoline,[11] and Danni Leigh recorded his "Beatin' My Head Against the Wall" on her album 29 Nights.[12] Big Kenny then befriended Rich after meeting him at a club,[6] and the two began writing songs together. Their first songwriting collaboration was "I Pray for You," which they wrote in October [13]

Following his departure from Hollywood Records, Big Kenny recorded in a short-lived band called luvjOi,[1] whose lead guitarist Adam Shoenfeld and drummer Larry Babb would later become part of Big & Rich's road band.[14] In , Rich began recording as a solo artist as well. He charted two singles of his own — "I Pray for You" and "Forever Loving You," which respectively reached numbers 53 and number 46 on the U.S. Hot Country Songs charts[15] — but his debut album, Underneath the Same Moon, was not released at the time.[7] The two then founded the MuzikMafia (an abbreviation for Musically Artistic Friends in Alliance),[16] a roundtable aggregation of singer-songwriters including Cowboy Troy, James Otto, Gretchen Wilson and Shannon Lawson.[1][17] This group held its first official show at a Nashville, Tennessee, nightclub in [18] Big & Rich performed at The Bluebird Cafe on January 1, [19]

Among Big Kenny and John Rich's first outside cuts as songwriters was "Amarillo Sky", which was the title track to McBride & the Ride's album Amarillo Sky[20] and later a top 5 hit for Jason Aldean in [21] The two also wrote and sang backing vocals on "She's a Butterfly", which was recorded by Martina McBride on her album Martina.[1][22] After McBride cut this song, manager Marc Oswald suggested that Rich and Big Kenny begin recording as a duo. Rich was apprehensive at first, as he had been told by BNA staff that he was "too rock for country" and was unsure of what major labels would think of Big Kenny's rock influences.[23] The two began recording songs together at a songwriting seminar. After they recorded a demo of "Holy Water", Rich was convinced that the duo would be successful.[24] They then met with Paul Worley, a record producer who was then the head of creative affairs at Warner Bros. Records Nashville, and Worley helped sign Big & Rich to a recording contract in late [1]

In , Reservoir Media Management acquired the publishing rights to Rich's and Kenny's song catalogs.[25]

Major-label career[edit]

Horse of a Different Color[edit]

The two then began writing songs for their debut album. Among these was "Wild West Show," which they wrote before a trip to Deadwood, South Dakota. The duo decided to use wild West imagery to convey "an argument between a man and a woman."[26] In February , it was released as their debut single,[1] going on to peak at number 21 on the Billboard country singles charts.[17] It was the first release from their debut album Horse of a Different Color.[1] Following the album's release, Big & Rich began touring with Tim McGraw.[27]

Big & Rich debuted their second single, "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)", at that year's Academy of Country Music awards.[28] For this song, Big & Rich employed Deaton-Flanigen Productions, a music video directing duo composed of Robert Deaton and George Flanigen IV.[29] Deaton-Flanigen and Oswald, along with the duo, decided to make "a big, big show of a video", featuring cameo appearances from Gretchen Wilson and Cowboy Troy, as well as a marching band and a dancing troupe.[29] The song peaked at number 11 on the country singles charts,[17] and the video was the most-requested on the television networks Country Music Television (CMT) and Great American Country (GAC) for four weeks.[30] "Save a Horse" was also a minor hit in Germany, reaching number 87 on the Media Control Charts.[31]ESPN also used the song as the theme music for its World Series of Poker.[32] They and Cowboy Troy performed "Rollin' (The Ballad of Big & Rich)" at the Country Music Association awards telecast, where they were also nominated for the Horizon Award. (Now known as the New Artist award, this is awarded to new artists who make significant commercial success from a first or second album.)[33]

"Holy Water" was the third single release, reaching number 15 on the country singles charts.[17] The duo wrote this song about Big Kenny's sister Charlene, a domestic abuse victim.[34] Finishing off the album's single releases was "Big Time", which peaked at number 20 in early [17] Big & Rich also released a special Independence Day single titled "Our America", with guest vocals from Wilson and Cowboy Troy, which charted for two weeks and peaked at number [17]

Horse of a Different Color was met with generally positive reviews. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic called it "wilder and stranger than most contemporary country albums of ,"[35] and Chris Willman of Entertainment Weekly said that "the disc really flies when Big & Rich just honor the straight-up rowdiness of Bocephus."[36]Country Weekly also gave a positive review, praising the variety of musical influences and saying that all of the songs worked "ridiculously well."[37]

Comin' to Your City[edit]

The duo's second album, Comin' to Your City, was released on November 15, [1] The first single, "Comin' to Your City" received a similar reaction as "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" had a year earlier, although rather than poker, ESPN utilized an altered version of the song as the opening theme for its Saturday program College GameDay.[28] The song peaked at number [17] In its music video, the duo appeared in a guitar-shaped spaceship.[38]

Their next single, "Never Mind Me", reached a peak at number Next came "8th of November", while only peaking at number 18, garnered the duo nominations for the CMA Awards, Grammy Awards, and the ACM Awards. The song was inspired by the story of Niles Harris. A subsequent documentary titled "November 8: a true American story of honor" was released also, debuting on Great American Country television network over the July 4 weekend. The documentary tells the story of Niles Harris and shows the making of the music video for the single.

An extended play of live studio performances, Rolling Stone Original, was also released in November [39] During a benefit concert held on October 9, in Atlanta, Georgia to raise money for the construction of the d Airborne Memorial, Big & Rich were awarded the status of Honorary Members of the d Regiment of the d Airborne Brigade. The concert was the subject of a documentary on Great American Country in November

Also in , Hollywood Records released Big Kenny's debut album and in BNA Records released Rich's.

Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace[edit]

In early , the duo released "Lost in This Moment", which was the lead-off single to their third album, Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace.[1] "Lost in This Moment" became Big & Rich's only Number One single, spending two weeks at the top of the country music charts.[17] The song also began receiving airplay on adult contemporary radio and became their first chart entry for that format, reaching number

They released their second single, "Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace" to country radio in August , although it failed to make an impact on the charts, peaking at number 37; follow-up "Loud" became the duo's first single to miss the Top [17] Another cut from this album, a cover of AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long," also charted at number 59 as a non-single two months before the release of the title track.[17]

The duo also released three live in the studio extended plays during Walmart Soundcheck, Rhapsody Originals[40] and Unplugged at Studio .[41]

– Hiatus, solo projects, and reunion[edit]

In , Rich announced that Big & Rich would go on hiatus while Big Kenny recovered from an existing neck injury. In the meantime, Rich said that he would release a solo album, "with Kenny's blessing."[42] Warner Bros. released Rich's second solo album, Son of a Preacher Man, in early [43] The album produced three singles, including the number 12 country hit "Shuttin' Detroit Down". Later in the same year, Big Kenny released The Quiet Times of a Rock and Roll Farm Boy via his own Glotown label, and charted at number 34 with the single "Long After I'm Gone".

In , Big Kenny released his second solo album, Big Kenny's Love Everybody Traveling Musical Medicine Show Mix Tape, Vol. 1 exclusively through BigKenny.TV and[44] Rich released two extended plays in early Rich Rocks and For the Kids, both on Reprise Records. The former produced his second solo top 40 hit in , "Country Done Come to Town," also peaking at number [45] Big & Rich reunited later in to record the song "Fake I.D." for the soundtrack to the film Footloose. It includes a guest vocal from Gretchen Wilson, with whom the duo toured that same year.[46][47]

Hillbilly Jedi[edit]

In , Big & Rich announced that they would release their fourth studio album, Hillbilly Jedi, led by the single "That's Why I Pray". Danelle Leverett, formerly one-half of The JaneDear Girls, wrote the song with Blair Daly and Sarah Buxton. Rich said that he felt that the song could be the biggest of the duo's career.[48] The single debuted at number 24 on the country charts, the highest debut achieved by a duo since the charts were first tabulated by Nielsen BDS in [49]

Preceding the album's release was an extended play by the name of That's Why I Pray, which featured the single was well as three previously released songs. The EP was only issued on CD and available exclusively at Walmart.[50]

Released on September 18, , the album produced two more singles, "Party Like Cowboyz" and "Cheat on You," both of which failed to make Top In , Big & Rich were nominated for Vocal Duo of the Year at the CMA Awards and in at the ACM Awards.

–present: Big & Rich Records, Gravity and "Did It For the Party"[edit]

In July , Rich announced that the duo was already working on their fifth studio album.[51] Kenny revealed that their new material would be more along the lines of the music on their debut album, and that the executives at Warner Bros. Nashville told them that it was their "best material in years."[52] Early in , the duo announced that a new single, titled "Look at You", would be sent to radio soon and that the new album would be released later in Kenny and Rich also formed their own record label, Big & Rich Records, to handle their future musical endeavors.[53]

On January 28, , the lead off single to the album was released and the album title was revealed as Gravity.[3][54] On July 28, the album's release date was confirmed to be September 23, In addition, the track listing and cover art were also revealed the next day.[55] The duo said that their decision to start their own label was the result of Warner Bros. Nashville's schedule not allowing for Gravity to be released until at the earliest. Rather than have the project shelved, Big & Rich opted to strike out on their own and release the album sooner. Of the decision to form their own label, Kenny said that "it’s the kind of thing we believed in ten years ago as the Musik Mafia. Just anyway to get the music out there."[56] The second single from Gravity, "Run Away with You", charted at number 11 on Country Airplay. "Lovin' Lately", a duet with Tim McGraw, is the third single.

The duo released a new single, "California", in April The song was previously recorded by McGraw on his album Damn Country Music, and his version featured them on backing vocals. Their sixth studio album, Did It for the Party, followed in September to largely rave reviews.[57]

Collaboration and special appearances[edit]

Since their first collaboration with Martina McBride in , the duo has appeared on several other albums. Wilson and Cowboy Troy then appeared on Comin' to Your City on the track "Our America". Their third album featured John Legend on "Eternity" and Wyclef Jean on "Please Man", as well as Lil Jon on a remix of "Loud" featured on the album's iTunes release. Legend played the piano and sang a verse during the duo's performance of "Lost in This Moment" at the ACM Awards.

In , the duo contributed vocals to a rerecording of Billy Joe Shaver's song, "Live Forever."[58] Big & Rich also co-wrote several songs and provided background vocals on several cuts from Cowboy Troy's two Warner Bros. releases: 's Loco Motive and 's Black in the Saddle. In , the Hank Williams, Jr. song "That's How They Do It in Dixie" was released, a single to which Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson and Van Zant contributed guest vocals.[17] It debuted one month after the duo's own single "Never Mind Me."

Rich co-wrote several of Gretchen Wilson's singles, including her debut release "Redneck Woman". He also co-wrote singles for Jason Aldean ("Hicktown", "Amarillo Sky", "Johnny Cash"), Wynonna Judd ("Attitude"), Faith Hill ("Mississippi Girl", "Like We Never Loved at All", "Sunshine and Summertime") and Keith Anderson ("Pickin' Wildflowers"). Big Kenny wrote Tim McGraw's "Last Dollar (Fly Away)", which went to number one in , and co-wrote Wilson's "Here for the Party" with Rich. Rich has also produced for Wilson, Cowboy Troy, James Otto, Shannon Brown, Jewel, and the JaneDear girls.

Since , the duo's song "Comin' to Your City" has been used as the opening theme to ESPN's College GameDay. In , the song was reworked and re-recorded by the duo specifically for the event.[59] The duo also contributed to Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur with a cover of John Lennon's "Nobody Told Me" in That same year, the duo was also featured in a duet with rock band Bon Jovi on their Lost Highway album. The song, titled "We Got It Going On", was selected as a promotional song for the Arena Football League's season. In , Big & Rich recorded a cover of the Beastie Boys' "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)" for the compilation album The Imus Ranch Record. In , the duo performed a cover of "Same Old Situation" on a Mötley Crüe tribute album. saw Big & Rich provide background vocals on albums by Tim McGraw and Clint Black. For the McGraw album, the song "California" was written by John Rich.


Main article: Big & Rich discography

Studio albums[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]


  • Blue Collar TV - Season 1, Episodes "Music" and "Partying"
  • Las Vegas – Season 2, Episode "Centennial" ()
  • The 8th of November: A True American Story of Honor () (documentary)
  • NASCAR 08 – Soundtrack () (video game)
  • The Bachelor - Season 19, Episode 6: "Deadwood, South Dakota" ()
  • Footloose () (film)


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