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.

Check out the top 5 songs from the summer of 2001

Brooks and Dunn - Ain't Nothing 'Bout You (6 wks at No.1)

Lonestar - I'm Already There (6 wks at No.1)

Blake Shelton - Austin (5 wks at No.1)

Kenny Chesney - Don't Happen Twice

Tim McGraw - Grown Men Don't Cry

Here are some interesting cost of living facts from 2001

Average Cost of new house $136,150.00
Average Median Income $42,350.00
Average Monthly Rent $715.00
Cost of a gallon of Gas $1.46
Average cost of new car $25,850.00
US Postage Stamp .34 cents
1 LB of Bacon $3.22
Ground Coffee per IB $3.06
Loaf of Bread $1.82
Dozen Eggs .90 cents

What do you remember from 2001?