Shenandoah is one of those groups that you instantly think of anytime you take a stroll down memory lane into 90s country. With top hits “The Church on Cumberland Road” and “Two Dozen Roses” the group was a force to be reckon with in the late 80s and early 90s.
One of their most recognizable hits is “Next To You, Next To Me.” An infectious song, with a simple message about being in love, the song spent three weeks at #1 in 1990. The music video below is peek 90s with the fashion and hairstyle of the band members as well as those featured in the video.
One of the writers, Curtis Wright, had a song on his debut album called “What’s It To You” but never released it as a single. Shortly after, Clay Walker cut the song and it went number one. Wright ended up becoming the third lead singer of Shenandoah after the departure of former lead singers Brent Lamb, and the original lead singer Marty Raybon.
The group recently reunited in 2014, releasing an album full of new songs as well as a live album for those die hard fans of 90s country. Take a trip down memory lane with this classic country tune.