Joe Diffie was known in the 1990s as a creator of fun Country party songs like “Third Rock from the Sun” and “Pickup Man”.  He also produced love songs like “So Help Me Girl” and “New Way To Light Up An Old Flame”.  Here’s our list of favorite Joe Diffie songs to play at weddings.

About Joe Diffie

Joe Diffie is an Amerian Country singer from Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Joe Diffie’s discography includes 11 studio albums including his first in 1990 A Thousand Winding Roads.  The album produced two number-one Country hits and two number-two hits.

In Diffie’s career, he had 14 songs peak in the top five on Billboards Hot Country Songs including five number-one hits.  He also won a Grammy for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals – “Same Old Train” with Marty Stuart.

Diffie tragically passed away too young in March 2020 of complications from the COVID-19 virus.


Joe Diffie Wedding Songs

Joe Diffie Wedding Songs

So Help Me Girl
1995, Third Rock from the Sun

A true love song is offered by Diffie that describes a relationship that he has fallen in love with his lover.  It also reads as he has been in bad relationships in the past but this one is right.  If you are looking for a 90s song for your first dance, look no further.

A Night To Remember
1999, A Night to Remember

The story of the song is of a woman leaving a man but the man asking for one final night of romance and to make it a night to remember.  

Third Rock from the Sun
1994, Third Rock from the Sun

My favorite party song released by Diffie in his career.  The song will fill the dance floor in a line dance or Country swinging.

I’m In Love With A Capital “U”
1994, Third Rock from the Sun

Another true love song.  However, this one is a mid-tempo two-step song rather than a slow dance.  Save this one for the couples at your reception.

Pickup Man
1994, Third Rock from the Sun

If the Groom is a 90s Country fan, he could have his groom processional song that would add comedy to the wedding ceremony.  It would release the nerves a bit too.

Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)
1993, Honky Tonk Attitude

A pure party song that will get couples on the dance floor showing off their Cowboy Cha Cha prowess.

Honky Tonk Attitude
1993, Honky Tonk Attitude

Diffie sure liked to entertain and this song fits his personality with another party song.  Time to get your Country Swing Dance shows on!

John Deere Green
1993, Honky Tonk Attitude

Ever dance the Cowboy Cha Cha?  You can practice this song at home and then look like a pro at your wedding!

If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)
1990, A Thousand Winding Roads

One of Diffie’s most popular songs as it reached number one.  The song has a more humorous tone and should be saved to play while guests are waiting for the wedding couple to arrive at the reception venue.

1990, A Thousand Winding Roads

Home is Diffie’s first number one hit. The song tells a story of the good old days growing up at home with your family – and a place we remember as a fond place and wish to return.

Bigger Than the Beatles
1995, Life’s So Funny

If you are a couple in love, the song talks about a love that is bigger than The Beatles. The song references that even though they are not stars, they look like it to each other.

New Way (To Light Up An Old Flame)
1990, A Thousand Winding Roads

An up-tempo two-step song you can play during the dancing part of your reception.

If you think we missed a Joe Diffie song on our list, be sure to comment on it below so that we can add it. Tell us why it should be on the list too!

If you like Joe Diffie, be sure to check out these other Country male singers from the 90s.

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