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24 Most Epic Mullets

Business in the front, party in the back!

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    There is nothing quite like a good mullet. Check out the biggest and baddest country coifs from over the years:

    1994 - Aw, Tim McGraw, we love you so much more now without the long locks.


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    1993 - Well, Billy Ray Cyrus wouldn't be the last Cyrus with a questionable hairdo.

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    2002 - Oh Blake Shelton, thank goodness you moved on to the crew cut.

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    1988 - Restless Heart gives us a great side-view of his beautiful hairdo.
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    1990 - Neal McCoy, please take the hat off! We can't see the beautiful stylings underneath!

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    1990 - Tracy Lawrence is really excited about his new haircut.

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    Tracy Lawrence is workin' it on the cover of his 1993 album, Alibis.
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    1990 - Toby Keith shows us that the mullet works for his brooding side...

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    As well as his happy side on his 1993 album, "Toby Keith."
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    1992 - Does anyone else think Travis Tritt looks a little too much like Chewbacca...?

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    Travis Tritt on the front of his 1996 album, "The Restless Kind." Work it, Travis.
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    1992 - Do you think the band members of Confederate Railroad were forced to have mullets, or was that a voluntary decision...?
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    Joe Diffie on the cover of his 1992 album, "Regular Joe." The bangs really complete the look, don't you think?
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    Alan Jackson in his 1991 video "Don't Rock The Jukebox." What a cool cat.
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    1995 - Joe Diffie, still rockin' the hairdo three years later.

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    1995 - Alan Jackson. Great hair. Great music. What's not to love?

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    1995 - The cowboy hat may be deceiving but, for better or worse, Kenny Chesney did indeed have a mullet.
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    1996 - It might be subtle, but we know it's there, Vince Gill.

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    1996 - Why didn't anyone tell Marty Stewart his mullet made him look like Eddie Munster from the Munsters...?

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    2004 - Marty Roe (Diamond Rio) definitely workin' in.

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    1971 - Paul McCartney shows us that even members of the Beatles make mistakes sometimes...

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    1995 - Take a look at Henry Paul's jacket paired with the classic mullet. What a guy.
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    Safe to say the mullet was definitely a requirement to be in Diamond Rio.
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    Neal McCoy on his 1994 album, No Doubt About It. You're right, your hair looks great, Neal, there's absolutely no doubt about it.
 
 

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