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The Best Songs From the Fall of 2004
The Fall of 2004 was an awesome time for country music. Keith Urban, Sara Evans, George Strait and Lonestar were all up for Country Music Association awards. One song that was dominating both the CMA's and the radio was "Days Go By" by Keith Urban. The song was No.1 for four w…
The Top Songs From the Summer of ’79
In 1979 two brothers from Florida had crossed over from the "Billboard" pop-charts and went No.1 on the Country charts. Not only did David and Howard Bellamy migrate from the pop music side, they became a mainstay on the country music landscape. "If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body&quo…
The Top Songs From the Spring of 2003
The Spring of 2003 gas was $1.83 a gallon and country new-comer Joe Nichols had just signed with his new record label Universal South (aka Show Dog Records). Together they reached platinum status on his album, Joe nominated for a Grammy, won the ACMA's Male Vocalist of the Year and the CMA's Horizon…
The Top Songs From the Spring of 2007
The Spring of 2007 was the year for a young American Idol winner by the name of Carrie Underwood. Carrie held on to the No.1 spot of the national charts for several weeks. Her song "Wasted" appealed to many here in West Texas, because they could identify with the songs message. The…
The Top Songs From the Spring of 2001
The Spring of 2001 was definitely the year for Brooks and Dunn, country's dynamic duo held on to the No.1 spot for six weeks in a row, causing other songs to come up to No.2 and them fall off. The song "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You" appeals to all West Texans because it's the way we talk. To pr…
The Top Songs From the Winter of 2010
The Winter of 2010 was definitely the year for Lady Antebellum. The group was being nominated for all kinds of awards, and they were winning them all. So it's no surprise that Lady Antebellum was also occupying the top of the music charts too. The song "Need You Now" seemed to have all of …
The Top Songs From the Winter of 2003
The Winter of 2003 was definitely the year for Oklahoma native Toby Keith to heat up the airwaves. He's notorious for taking an everyday popular cliche' and turning it into a huge hit song. Such was the case in '03 when he soared to the top of the charts with his song "Who&ap…
The Top Songs From the Winter of 1994
In December of 1994 the weather was cold, but the radio was on fire with artists like George Strait, Alan Jackson, Tim McGraw, Pam Tillis and Joe Diffie. They all had songs at the top of the charts. However, Tim McGraw and Pam Tillis stayed at number one for two weeks. Joe Diffie on the other hand c…
The Top 5 Songs From the Winter of 2000
In the winter of 2000 the airwaves were dominated by song that was inspired by an e-mail hoax. The writer of the song, Harley Allen had received an e-mail about a little girl who watched her father kill her mother and then turn the gun on himself. The song was recorded by John Michael Montgomery who…
The Top 5 Songs From the Winter of 2004
In the winter of 2004, a few country stars were thinking of the great outdoors. Gary Allan had "Nothing On But The Radio". Brad Paisley had me wanting to get some "Mud On The Tires". But it was newcomer Blake Shelton that had me day dreaming of "Some Beach" somewhere. B…
The Top 5 Songs From the Winter of 1984
The winter of 1984 is what I called it the year of doubles, like George Strait releasing two songs that went straight to the to No.1 spot. "You Look So Good In Love" and later "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind". King George wasn't the only one sending out doubles that winter,…

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