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New Country-Music Video Has Look Of 1991 Rock Video

NASHVILLE–The video for Lonestar's "How 'Bout That," which premiered Monday on TNN, bears an uncanny resemblance to a typical rock video circa 1991. "Dude, this looks like Bad English or something," Ryan Stearns, 24, told friend Jon Labine while watching the popular country band's video. "Check out the ripped jeans. And the long hair. And the mountaintop guitar-strumming." Said Labine: "No, wait–you know who this looks like? Damn Yankees. Or was it Extreme? Whichever did that 'High Enough' song, where they're rocking out in the junkyard." Labine also noted that Lonestar singer Richie McDonald kind of sounds like the guy from Mr. Big.

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