Based On Your Votes, Here Are The Throwback Top10 Countdown Results For The Week Of 9/18/17!
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Can you believe that the Throwback Top10 Countdown started here at BORN Country nearly 2 years ago? It takes a little over six months to get through one year’s worth of songs of the poll and we have now moved on to the music of 1993!
Still rolling over from late 1992, Diamond Rio’s “In A Week Or Two” has finally made the climb to #1 after spending weeks near the top of the chart. Also receiving a strong run on the poll is “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair” from George Jones, which after landing the top spot last week, has dropped back to #2. This will be mark final appearance for this classic on the countdown. Randy Travis had a strong week with “Look Heart, No Hands” as the song claims #3 after strong following of voters.
With the largest climb on this week’s countdown, Alabama moves all of the way from #10 last week to #4 this week with “Once Upon A Lifetime.” This hit reached #3 for Alabama in the early 90’s, but their fan base may just rewrite history and take it to the top! Lorrie Morgan and “What Part Of No” bumps up to #6.
Kathy Mattea and Trisha Yearwood each moved back a notch or two with “Lonesome Standard Time” and “Walkaway Joe” coming in at #8 and #9 respectively. In a rare countdown re-entry, Confederate Railroad rejoins the Top10 with one of my all-time favorites, “Queen Of Memphis.”
New to the top 10 this week are songs from Mark Chesnutt and George Jones, taking the #5 and #7 positions with “Ol’ Country” and “Heartland”.
This weeks poll sees songs added from more great 90’s country artists in Garth Brooks, Little Texas, Restless Heart, Mark Collie and Tanya Tucker. Who will make the biggest impact?
Retired From This Week’s Poll:
- George Jones – I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair
- Sawyer Brown – All These Years
- Kathy Mattea – Lonesome Standard Time
- Collin Raye – I Want You Bad (And That Ain’t Good)
Added To This Week’s Poll:
- Garth Brooks – Learning To Live Again
- Little Texas – I’d Rather Miss You
- Restless Heart – Mending Fences
- Mark Collie – Born To Love You
- Tanya Tucker – It’s A Little Too Late
*Readers may vote for 3 different songs, EVERY HOUR, until the poll closes on Sunday night at 6PM ET. Results will be posted shortly after along with a new poll opening at 6AM ET on Monday morning. Songs will generally be retired after 6 weeks or due to a lack of fan interest. If a song remains at #1 for 3 weeks straight, it will be retired as a “CERTIFIED BORN Country” hit!
10. Confederate Railroad – Queen Of Memphis (RE-ENTRY)
9. Trisha Yearwood – Walkaway Joe (Last Week: #8)
8. Kathy Mattea – Lonesome Standard Time (Last Week: #6)
7. George Strait – Heartland (NEW)
6. Lorrie Morgan – What Part Of No (Last Week: #4)
5. Mark Chesnutt – Ol’ Country (NEW)
4. Alabama – Once Upon A Lifetime (Last Week: #10)
3. Randy Travis – Look Heart, No Hands (Last Week: #3)
2. George Jones – I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair (Last Week: #1)
1. Diamond Rio – In A Week Or Two (Last Week: #2)
Did your favorite song make it into the Top10 this week? Let everyone know which song you believe deserves a higher spot next week in the comments below! The Throwback Top10 results are based 100% on reader votes! Don’t forget that you can vote for up to THREE songs, once every hour between Monday morning at 6AM ET and Sunday Evening at 9PM ET! Please use the social media buttons at the top and bottom of this page to share the poll with fellow country music fans! Thanks for voting!
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