|Produced by:||Genius Entertainment|
Kids' Favorite Country Songs is a 2007 direct-to-video Sesame Street special featuring Elmo and his country cousin, Elmer. The hour-long video includes over 20 songs and features celebrity guests, in both new footage and clips from the show, including Lee Ann Womack, John McEuen, John Popper, Allison Krauss, LD Miller, Johnny Cash, and in bonus features, Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Sugarland.
The video's frame-work parodies the opening of Hee Haw, including an animated chicken replacing the latter show's donkey.
The DVD also features 8 bonus segments.
- "Rootin' Tootin' Hootin' Hollerin' Jamboree" (written by Mark Radice)
- "Oh! Susanna" with John McEuen
- "Home on the Range" with John Popper and LD Miller
- "Sesame Jamboree" with Allison Krauss and Union Station
- "Froggy Went A Courtin'" arranged by Mark Radice
- "Tall Tale" with Johnny Cash
- "The Ballad of Casey McPhee"
- "Telly's Triangle Dance" written by Mark Radice
- "Happy and You Know It" arranged by Mark Radice
- "Feelings That Are Real"
- "Polly Wolly Doodle"/"Skip to My Lou"/"Farmer in the Dell" with Lee Ann Womack arranged by Mark Radice
- "Rootin' Tootin' Hootin' Hollerin' Jamboree" with Lee Ann Womack written by Mark Radice
- "Together, We'll Make Music" with Garth Brooks
- "It's Funny"
- "The Dirtiest Town in the West"
- "It's Zydeco"
- "Take a Turn" with Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
- "I'm a Real Cowboy"
- "The Ballad of Slippery Slim"
- "I Make Music"