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Tracy Byrd was easily one of the most consistent hit-makers in country music throughout the 90’s. With 17 Top20 hits, including 10 that reached the Top10, Byrd had an incredibly successful decade. His first Top40 country single, “Holdin’ Heaven,” climbed all of the way to #1! Even moving into the early 2000’s, Tracy continued charting with the likes of “Ten Rounds With Jose Cuervo” (#1), “Drinkin’ Bone” (#7) and “The Truth About Men” (#13) which featured Montgomery Gentry, Andy Griggs and a young Blake Shelton!
Having released music spanning across five different decades, John Anderson‘s unique country music sound had led for an incredible career. With 64 radio singles starting with 1975’s “Swoop Down, Sweet Jesus,” with six of those songs reaching #1, you may be asking: “How the heck is he going to narrow this down to only five songs?” [Read more…]
As of press time, Danny Shirley and the boys of Confederate Railroad release their seventh studio album, Lucky To Be Alive, this week! This will be the first collection of new recordings from the band since 2007’s Cheap Thrills. In celebration of the new album, let’s take a look back at of the biggest Confederate Railroad hits of the 90’s! [Read more…]
When discussing artists who made their debut throughout the 90’s and successfully moved on into the 2000’s, names like Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw are typically the first that come to mind.
Based on talent alone, it is an absolutely travesty that Gary Allan is very rarely a part of that list. Sure, only three of eight singles released between 1996 and 1999 cracked the country Top40, so I can only imagine that some folks just don’t realize how long we have had Allan’s hits playing on our radios.
Let’s take a look back at the 10 best singles from Gary Allan’s two decade spanning career. Will your favorite make the cut? Make sure you let us know in the comments below if you agree o r disagree! [Read more…]
Throughout the decades, “Mama” has always held a dear place in the annals of country music. Heck, “Mama” is even included as a requirement for the perfect country and western song in David Allen Coe’s “You Never Even Called Me By My Name.” While there are countless songs out there celebrating “Mom,” where are all of the songs about “Dad?”
Cole Swindell recently reached #1 on the charts with “You Should Be Here,” a song dedicated to his father whom he lost in 2013. In recent years we’ve heard songs about being a dad, in Rodney Atkins’ “Watching You” and “He’s Mine” along with other singles by Darius Rucker and Trace Adkins. With Father’s Day right around the corner, let’s take a look back at some of the best songs about “Dad” from the past 25 years. [Read more…]
Jo Dee Messina hit the country music scene in 1996 with her debut single, “Heads Carolina, Tails California,” and many knew right from the start, that this would only be the beginning! Throughout the mid-late 90s, Messina landed three #1 hit songs, followed by 3 more in the early 2000’s!
Whether it be songs penned by the likes of Phil Vassar or Joe Diffie, to a duet with country mega-star, Tim McGraw, Jo Dee has spent much of her career near the top of the country charts! While all of her classic hits couldn’t be included in this list, these are our five favorite singles from the incredible Jo Dee Messina! Did we get it right? Let us know in the comments below! [Read more…]