Eli Young Band vs. Casey Donahew Band – Texas Red Dirt Rumble
Eli Young Band dominated Reckless Kelly in last week's Texas Red Dirt Rumble, winning more than three-quarters of the votes. Now, they'll face off with another of the Lone Star State's most notable man groups: the Casey Donahew Band. We're pitting EYB's No. 1 hit 'Crazy Girl' up against CDB's chart-climber 'Double-Wide Dream' to see which one has more staying power for Texas country fans.
On the Texas music chart, the two bands are currently back to back -- and the competition will carry over here. You're probably pretty familiar with Eli Young Band's hit single, the one which describes that one-and-only-but-slightly-insane crazy girl you would never want to shake, no matter how off her rocker she gets.
'Double-Wide Dream,' on the other hand, details a completely different kind of country girl: a braless, dip-lovin' barefoot beauty who's ready to settle down at the nearest mobile home. She's got a big heart and an even bigger mouth -- truly the woman any redneck would love to love.
Which will it be this week, Red Dirt fans? Does the mental patient tickle your fancy, or do you prefer the trailer park broad in Casey Donahew Band's song? Check out EYB's 'Crazy Girl' as well as 'Double-Wide Dream' to make your decision, then vote for your favorite below. Be sure to share this page with your country-loving friends so that they can weigh in on their pick of the tracks, too.
You’ve got until Midnight CT on Wednesday, Nov. 23 to decide if Eli Young Band will continue their winning streak or if Casey Donahew Band will shake them out of the ring. After the winner of this week’s Rumble is chosen, a new match will start up, pitting the winner against a brand-new challenger.
Listen to Eli Young Band, ‘Crazy Girl’
Listen to Casey Donahew Band, 'Double-Wide Dream'
Rules of the Rumble: The artist and song with the most votes wins, and winner goes on to face next week’s challenger. If an artist wins four weeks in a row, he or she will be retired into the Taste of Country Texas Red Dirt Rumble Hall of Fame to allow for new songs to compete.