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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1988

The summer of 1988 was a time when several country giants dominated the airwaves. It was also the summer for blue-eyed Texas girls, and Restless Heart brought it to everyone's attention in the song "The Bluest Eyes In Texas." That song also helped put Restless Heart on the Country Music Association's ballot for Group of the Year and Song of the Year. But 1988 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 2002

The summer of 2002 should be referred to as "the summer of Toby Keith." During the summer of 2002 Keith managed to get two songs released, "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue" and "My List" of which the later spent five weeks at No. 1, and got the Oklahoma native noticed by the Academy of Country Music. Toby Keith won several awards that year and was voted the 'Entertainer of the Year'. Clearly "My List" was an amazing song, yet 2002 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1989

In the summer of 1989, Keith Whitley had all our attention and was winning all kinds of accolades, all the while the world was mourning his death. Alcohol abuse severely deteriorated his health and he died suddenly at the age of 34. "I'm No Stranger To The Rain" was Whitley's last no.1, earning the top spot the very week of his death. 1989 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1991

1991 goes to the "Group of The Decade" a new award that was created by the Country Music Assoc. in 1990, and it seemed a perfect fit for super-group Alabama. The foursome from Fort Payne dominated country music in the 80's and were well on their way to owning the 90's too. Alabama continued to make country music history in the summer of 1991 with "Down Home". 1991 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1998

1998 belonged to a Canadian that took over country music, then took over the pop music charts too. Shania Twain picked up the Female Vocalist of the Year for the Academy of Country Music, the Country Music Association and also the Grammy for "Artist of the Year" and "Best Song of the Year" for "You're Still the One". 1998 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 2003

The Summer of 2003 was the year Joe Nichols made his grand entry into the country music scene. Joe had his first number one with the song "Brokenheartsville". The song stayed on the charts for 32 weeks, then the Brokenheartsville crooner took over the Country Music Association Awards by being nominated in several categories. Nichols took  home the 2003 Horizon Award, Song of the Year and several others honors. The summer of 2003 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1999

The Summer of 1999 was an incredible year for country music because it's marked with 'super hit songs' like "Wish You Were Here" by a young-up-and-comer Mark Wills, Mark scored his first No.1 and won several awards that year with his song. The summer of 1999 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 2007

The year 2007 can be remembered as the year a superstar was born onto country music. Taylor Swift had just topped the country music charts with her first song "Tim McGraw". Swift also had one of the top videos for the summer of 2007 on CMT (Country Music Television) for the song "TimMcGraw". The summer of 2007 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1990

The year 1990 can be remembered as the year of the superstars in country music. Each country music superstar had a major song on the charts and monster videos on CMT (Country Music Television) that year. One country giant even had his video cross over on to MTV, that was big news for country music fans. That music giant was Garth Brooks with the song "The Dance". The summer of 1990 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Blake Shelton
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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 2001

The Summer of 2001 was an incredible time for country music because, three songs dominated the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts for most of the summer. One of those was from a relatively unknown artist back then, today he's a country superstar and a judge on The Voice. Blake Shelton's song "Austin" was No.1 for five week in a row. The summer of 2001 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1985

My wife and I went down to The Record Guys to get a needle for my dad's record player.

While we were there, we looked through thousands of albums. Then, from across the store, Donna yells "honey look, do you remember this one?" as she held up the vintage Steve Wariner album "One Good Night Deserves Another". That was the album that had his first number one hit "Some Fools Never Learn". The summer of '85 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 2000

Power outages like we experienced in Abilene Monday evening (6/17) reminded me of when the air conditioner broke at our house in the summer of 2000.

That was the year Donna and I spent a lot of time on the back porch trying to keep cool. We sipped iced tea and listened to music like "Cowboy Take Me Away" by the Dixie Chicks and "How Do You Like Me Now" by Toby Keith. The summer of 2000 also had other awesome songs like them.

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