First of all Happy Good Friday to everyone and I hope you enjoy your day. Since it is friday it's time for another installment of my weekly feature Flashback Friday.

We go back to 1993 for this this weeks memory. It was the first big hit for Boy Howdy called "She'd Give Anything"

From their EP of the same name,  "She'd Give anything" was Boy Howdy's first top 10 single reaching number four in January of 1994. They followed this one up with a number two hit "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore"

The band released one more album in 1995 which failed to produce a hit and they disbanded shortly afterward. Lead Singer Jeffrey Steele has gone on to be one of this biggest hitmaker songwriters in Nashville writing a slew of hits such as "What Hurts The Most", "These Days" and "Me and My Gang" for Rascal Flatts," Something To Be Proud Of", "Speed" and "My Town" for Montgomery Gentry, "The Cowboy in Me" for Tim McGraw, "International Harvester" for Craig Morgan and a ton more!!!

Once again thanks for checking out this blast from the past and if you have any ideas of a video you would like to see featured be sure to make a suggestion in the comment box.