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Sammy Kershaw can make your eyes water through his timeless ballads such as “Love of My Life” and “I Can’t Reach Her Anymore.” Also, he can sweep you off your feet through his songs “She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful.” However, there is one more single that can surely move and groove. “Cadillac Style” is one of Sammy Kershaw’s body moving single. With this, lend your ears for the song will make your day.

Cadillac Style…

Mark Petersen wrote the words and lyrics of “Cadillac Style.” On the other hand, Sammy Kershaw released the single on October 1, 1991. It’s been twenty-seven years since its release but up to these days, it’s still being played over the radios. Another one of Sammy Kershaw’s bests to reminisce about the beauty of country music in the 90s.

Moreover, “Cadillac Style” was the lead single from Sammy Kershaw’s album “Don’t Go near the Water.” It was the same album that provided us the singles “Anywhere but Here” and “Yard Sale.”

“Cadillac Style” has received a massive response from the country music obsessives. In fact, it placed at number three on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It was documented at that spot on January 11, 1992. Apart from that, the song has two other singles that reached number three besides “I Can’t Reach Her Anymore.”

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At a very young age, Sammy Kershaw started singing. He’s been singing as an opening act for the country legends such as Ray Price, Merle Haggard, and George Jones. These paved his way to the world of country music recording. He released his debut album “Don’t Go Near the Water” which was widely appreciated and it even became certified platinum.

Above all, in his career, he has released sixteen studio albums. Those albums were certified platinum and gold by RIAA. More than twenty-five of his singles have reached Top ten on the Billboard.

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