Based On Your Votes, Here Are The Throwback Top10 Countdown Results For The Week Of 12/11/17!
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This week’s Throwback Top10 Countdown Results goes to show that things can change in just a matter of one week! After a strong run at #1 last week, Willie Nelson’s “Graceland” has dropped from the top position down to #7, while a new song reigns supreme. Carlene Carter enter the countdown and climbs straight #1 with her 1993 hit, “Every Little Thing”! It will certainly be interesting to see how this hit fairs in the following weeks!
Brooks And Dunn stay strong with their 1993 classic, “We’ll Burn That Bridge” coming in at #2 once again. Tanya Tucker, John Anderson and Confederate Railroad all move forward from their previous positions in this week’s countdown, coming in at #3, #4 and #5 respectively. John Berry and Pam Tillis slip backwards to #6 and #10, but could easily climb back up to the top in a week’s time! Patty Loveless re-enters the countdown with her smash hit, “Blame It On Your Heart.”
After a long successful run, Dolly Parton’s “Romeo” says goodbye to the poll. I think the music video played a major role in this songs success here on the countdown and I hope it’s being here brought back some great memories for the Dolly fans out there!
This week sees the addition of a major 90’s hit in Alan Jackson’s “Chattahoochee,” along with other classics from Sammy Kershaw, Radney Foster, Doug Stone and Brother Phelps. What will next week’s Top10 look like? That’s up to you!
Retired From This Week’s Poll:
- Dolly Parton – Romeo
- Garth Brooks – That Summer
- Mark Chesnutt – It Sure Is Monday
Added To This Week’s Poll:
- Alan Jackson – Chattahoochee
- Sammy Kershaw – Haunted Heart
- Radney Foster – Easier Said Than Done
- Doug Stone – Why Didn’t I Think Of That
- Brother Phelps – Let It Go
*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. Pam Tillis – Cleopatra, Queen Of Denial (Last Week: #9)
9. Patty Loveless – Blame It On Your Heart (RE-ENTRY)
8. Dolly Parton – Romeo (Last Week: #4)
7. Willie Nelson – Graceland (Last Week: #1)
6. John Berry – A Mind Of Her Own (Last Week: #3)
5. Confederate Railroad – When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back (Last Week: #7)
4. John Anderson – Money In The Bank (Last Week: #5)
3. Tanya Tucker w/ Delbert McClinton – Tell Me About It (Last Week: #6)
2. Brooks And Dunn – We’ll Burn That Bridge (Last Week: #2)
1. Carlene Carter – Every Little Thing (NEW)
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 6PM 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!
*This week’s poll has officially closed! Check back Monday morning at 6AM ET for results and an all new poll to vote in! In the meantime, make sure to check out the latest episode of BORN Country Radio and my interview with 90’s country star, Bryan White!