Click the play button and enjoy as we count down the Top 50 Country song from March 1978!
- Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys, Waylon & Willie
- Don’t Break The Heart That Loves You, Margo Smith
- Do I Love You (yes In Every Way), Donna Fargo
- What Did I Promise Her Last Night, Mel Tillis
- Woman To Woman, Barbara Mandrell
- I Love You,i Love You,i Love You, Ronnie McDowell
- Bartender Blues, George Jones
- Two Doors Down, Zella Lehr
- If I Had A Cheating Heart, Mel Street
- Walk Right Back, Anne Murray
- Return To Me, Marty Robbins
- Running Kind/Making Believe, Merle Haggard
- Yes Ma’am, Tommy Overstreet
- Ready For The Times To Get Better, Crystal Gayle
- Someone Loves You Honey, Charley Pride
- Soft Lights And Hard Country Music, Moe Bandy
- A Lover’s Question, Jacky Ward
- Lonely Hearts Club, Billie Jo Spears
- Bedroom Eyes, Don Drumm
- It Don’t Feel Like Sinnin’ To Me, The Kendalls
- Red Hot Memory, Kenny Dale
- God Made Love, Mel McDaniel
- I Cheated On A Good Woman’s Love, Billy “Crash” Craddock
- I’ve Got A Winner In You, Don Williams
- It Started All Over Again, Vern Gosdin
- I’m Way Ahead Of You, Bill Anderson & Mary Lou Turner
- So Good, So Rare, So Fine, Freddie Hart
- Hearts On Fire, Eddie Rabbitt
- Music Is My Woman, Don King
- I Would Like To See You Again, Johnny Cash
- Every Time Two Fools Collide, Kenny Rogers And Dottie West
- You’re The Only Good Thing(that’s Happened To Me), Jim Reeves
- Everybody Loves A Rain Song, J. Thomas
- Love Is A Word, Dickey Lee
- Bucket To The South, Ava Barber
- Cry Cry Darling, Con Hunley
- Deeper Water, Brenda Kaye Perry
- The Grandest Lady Of Them All, Conway Twitty
- Here In Love, Dottsy
- Starting All Over Again, Don Gibson
- I Don’t Need A Thing At All, Gene Watson
- Shine On Me(the Sun Still Shines When It Rains), John Wesley Ryles
- If You Don’t Want To Love Her, Jerry Naylor
- I Just Wish You Were Someone I Love, Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers
- Sweet Sweet Smile, Carpenters
- You’re The One, The Oak Ridge Boys
- We Believe In Happy Endings, Johnny Rodriguez
- You Know What, Jerry Reed Ans Seidina
- Don’t Ever Say Goodbye, G. Sheppard
- Angel In The Morning, Melba Montgomery
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Summer is quickly coming apart, and July will soon be breaking out of its shell. This can only mean that we’re getting
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It’s been almost seven years since Faith Hill has released an album of new material, other than her 2008 holiday collection. So to say that fans are eager to hear new music from the music icon is an understatement. Faith herself is almost like a kid waiting for Christmas when it comes to the release of her upcoming album, into which she has put a lot of blood, sweat and tears.
“I spent a great deal of time on this last record … an extraordinary amount of time, and for good reason,” the powerhouse singer told reporters backstage at CMA Music Fest over the weekend. “I was really digging and searching … as an artist who has grown, searching for a place that I can live creatively. A lot of people put in many, many hours, lots of heart and soul. I’m very excited.”
The first taste of the project is “Come Home,” a cover of a OneRepublic song that was released late last year as the album’s first single. Faith puts quite a soulful spin on the song, which is apparently indicative of the whole album’s flavor.
via Faith Hill’s New Album to Bridge Country and Soul – The Boot.
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Big & Rich post the highest debut by a duo in the Nielsen BDS era, as “That’s Why I Pray” opens with the Hot Shot Debut, Most Increased Audience and Breaker triple crown on Country Songs.
In the 22-plus years since Billboard and Nielsen BDS pioneered technology-based radio charts, Big & Rich is only the third duo to open inside the top 30 — Brooks & Dunn’s “My Maria” arrived at No. 30 on the April 4, 1996 chart, and Sugarland debuted at No. 27 with “All I Want to Do” on the chart dated June 7, 2008. Brooks & Dunn’s track eventually spent three weeks at the summit, and Sugarland’s single led for one week.
Read more at Country Countdown: Big & Rich Make History With ‘That’s Why I Pray’ | Billboard.biz.
Kip Moore Keeps His ‘Truck’ Parked at No. 1 for a Second Consecutive Week
What’s better than having your very first No. 1 single as a singer and a songwriter? How about spending two solid weeks at the top of the charts? Well, that’s exactly what Kip Moore is experiencing this week, as ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck’ claims the top slot once again on both the Billboard and Mediabase / Country Aircheck country singles charts.
The tune is the first release from Moore’s new album ‘Up All Night,’ which hit stores last month. The red-hot single helped land the album in the No. 3 position on Billboard’s Country Albums chart just a week after hitting shelves.
via Kip Moore Keeps His ‘Truck’ Parked at No. 1 for a Second Consecutive Week.
A near-fatal car accident when he was 19 years old spurred Gilbert to give music his all, and he started writing songs in earnest, playing mostly solo acoustic gigs before forming a band that could bring his vision of a hard-stomping country/rock/soul show to fruition.
Check out more about Brantley
CMT : Brantley Gilbert : Biography.