The title track from Brooks and Dunn's 2003 album ties a thread through the rest of the songs on the project. 'Red Dirt Road' was the first single from the album, and it peaked at No. 1. The video showcased some creative cinematography and editing by the director. You can tell from the guess image that different parts of each frame were given an extra dimension. We've long since lost our 3D goggles, but it looks like a 3D video.

Much of the clip is shot inside an old barn, with Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn trading lyrics. The most effective scenes are of the kids growing up along that red dirt road. Their experiences are what every country fan can relate to -- even city kids, to some extent.