NASCAR — Runnin’ Wide Open’s salute to auto racing trots out country’s biggest engines (Billy Ray Cyrus, Joe Diffie), but hits on only two cylinders: Collin Raye’s ”The Wall,” and Jeff Foxworthy’s ”You Could Be a NASCAR Fan If…,” an extension of his often hilarious redneck shtick. C+
NASCAR -- Runnin' Wide OpenNASCAR — Runnin' Wide Open's salute to auto racing trots out country's biggest engines (Billy Ray Cyrus, Joe Diffie), but hits on...NASCAR -- Runnin' Wide OpenCountryNASCAR — Runnin' Wide Open's salute to auto racing trots out country's biggest engines (Billy Ray Cyrus, Joe Diffie), but hits on...1995-05-19
Genre: Country; Lead Performer: Various Artists
Posted May 19 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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