Entertainment Music Top 10 Country Music DVDs Round out your country music collection with music DVDs Share PINTEREST Email Print Music Country Music Top Artists Top Picks Rock Music Pop Music Alternative Music Classical Music Folk Music Rap & Hip Hop Rhythm & Blues World Music Punk Music Heavy Metal Jazz Latin Music Oldies Learn More By Shelly Fabian Updated March 01, 2019 Music isn't just an aural experience these days. Many country artists make music videos to enhance their music, and they compile their videos and live performance recordings onto one disc. A DVD is the perfect addition to your collection if you're a lifelong fan of a certain artist or group. 01 of 10 Alabama: Greatest Video Hits Amazon All the videos in this Alabama greatest hits collection are No. 1 hits, including the sultry "(There's A) Fire in the Night," the classic "Mountain Music" and nine other famous tracks. Alabama captures the spirit of good times and good music. 02 of 10 Kenny Chesney: Greatest Hits Video Collection Amazon This video compilation DVD was issued in 2001. It includes nine of Kenny Chesney's music videos and interview footage during which Chesney reflects on his music, touring and career. 03 of 10 "O Brother, Where Art Thou?": Down from the Mountain Amazon This DVD contains live performances from the artists featured on the soundtrack of the critically acclaimed 2000 Coen brothers film "O Brother, Where Are Thou?" The concert was held at Nashville's famous Ryman Auditorium and features performances by Emmylou Harris, Allison Krauss and Union Station, Fairfield Four and more. In addition to live performances, the DVD also includes backstage interviews and banter between the artists. 04 of 10 Waylon Jennings: Waylon Jennings - Renegade. Outlaw. Legend. Amazon This DVD is a true portrait of Waylon Jennings with never-before-seen footage from his days as Buddy Holly's protégé to his battles with the Nashville system. The compilation also includes "The Lost Outlaw," a 1978 performance by Waylon Jennings and the Waylors at the Grand Ole Opry. It's presented exactly as it was originally recorded. 05 of 10 Martina McBride: Greatest Hits Video Collection Amazon Greatest Hits is a compilation of Martina McBride's most popular videos through 2001, including "Whatever You Say," "Independence Day," "Cheap Whiskey" and "The Time Has Come." 06 of 10 Tim McGraw: Greatest Video Hits Kevin Winter/Getty Images Tim McGraw's indisputable, Grammy Award-winning talent is shown in all nine of his hit videos in this collection, including "Indian Outlaw," "Please Remember Me," "It's Your Love" and "Down on the Farm." 07 of 10 Jo Dee Messina: The Video Collection Amazon This 2002 collection contains the music videos for nine of Jo Dee Messina's biggest hits, including "Burn," "Stand Beside Me" and "I'm Alright." It also includes special features like behind-the-scenes footage and remixed videos. 08 of 10 Lorrie Morgan: The Color of Roses Amazon Lorrie Morgan had wanted to do a live concert recording for years, and she got her wish in 2001. The project resulted in "The Color of Roses," released as an album and a DVD. As one of country music's successful vocalists, Morgan is known for her stage presence. It's undeniable as she seamlessly transitions from heartbreaking ballads to rocking country anthems. 09 of 10 Shania Twain: The Platinum Collection Amazon The Platinum Collection includes 21 of Shania Twain's most popular videos, from early hits like "Any Man of Mine" to the international successes "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!" and "Up!" The Platinum Collection is something every Shania fan should own. 10 of 10 Wynonna Judd: Wynonna Live in Venice Rick Diamond/Getty Images This DVD is part concert recording and part travel program. Wynonna Judd travels to Venice, Italy where she performs acoustic cuts of 11 of her songs, including "Testify to Love" and "No One Else on Earth." The DVD includes sightseeing excursions to some of Venice's most famous locales. More and more artists and bands release DVDs every year. Check out some from your own favorite performers and groups. Put your feet up and experience both the audio and video of their performances.