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    • Luke Combs•Love You Anyway. Love You Anyway. Luke Combs. 3 mins, 49 secs.
    • Kane Brown•Different Man. Different Man. Kane Brown. 4 mins, 1 sec.
    • Thomas Rhett•Angels. Angels. Thomas Rhett. 3 mins, 34 secs.
    • Bailey Zimmerman•Religiously. Religiously. Bailey Zimmerman. 2 mins, 58 secs.
  3. 1. ‘I Walk the Line’ by Johnny Cash Cash’s first No. 1 hit on the Billboard chart managed to keep itself on the radar... 2. ‘Jolene’ by Dolly Parton This Parton hit was her second chart-topper and even crossed into mainstream music’s... 3. ‘Friends in Low Places’ by Garth Brooks Songwriting duo ...

    • Brad Paisley, ‘Welcome to the Future’ (2009) Mainstream country's most prominent liberal ambitiously overloads this nearly six-minute single from 2009's American Saturday Night, explaining that he wanted "to serve up a little multigenerational truth with a strong sense of hope and possibility."
    • Harry Choates, ‘Jole Blon’ (1946) One of Bruce Springsteen's lesser-known influences is the late, hard-drinkin' Texas fiddle player Harry Choates. After playing for spare change as a teenager in the Thirties, Choates started making records by his early Twenties, and his aching 1946 reworking of the so-called "Cajun National Anthem" hit Number Four on the Billboard charts.
    • C.W. McCall, ‘Convoy’ (1975) This loving, jargon-filled novelty song took the insular world of trucker culture to the tops of both the country and pop charts in 1976.
    • Gretchen Wilson, ‘Redneck Woman’ (2004) Originally a collective of Nashville outcasts and outsiders known for their open-minded open mic night, the MuzikMafia went mainstream with the twin successes of Big & Rich's "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" and Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman."
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    • 'Cruise' by Florida Georgia Line. - Artist: Florida Georgia Line. - Billboard rank: #1. The duo's 2012 single set an all-time record of 56 weeks on the country charts, tying Taylor Swift's record.
    • 'Walk On By' by Leroy Van Dyke. - Artist: Leroy Van Dyke. - Billboard rank: #2. Leroy Van Dyke's most successful song spent 37 weeks on the country chart in 1961, with a record-breaking 19 in the #1 spot.
    • 'Wanted' by Hunter Hayes. - Artist: Hunter Hayes. - Billboard rank: #3. Hunter Hayes broke a record held since 1973 as the youngest male artist to reach #1 when "Wanted" topped the Hot Country Songs chart.
    • 'Take Your Time' by Sam Hunt. - Artist: Sam Hunt. - Billboard rank: #4. This 2014 recording became Hunt's second consecutive single to reach #1 on the country charts.
    • Fast Car. Luke Combs 2 22 T.L.Chapman. Chip Matthews, J.D.Singleton, L.Combs. River House/Columbia Nashville.
    • Last Night. Morgan Wallen 3 1 30 J.Byron, A.G.Gorley, J.K.Hindlin, Charlie Handsome. J.Moi. Mercury/Republic/Big Loud.
    • Religiously. Bailey Zimmerman 5 4 21 A.Palmer, A.R.Shawn, B.Zimmerman, F.Romano, Marty James. A.R.Shawn, J.Bruyere.
    • Need A Favor. Jelly Roll 4 3 30 J.B.DeFord, A.A.Nivarel, J.Ragosta, R.Ragosta. A.Nivarel. Bailee & Buddy/Broken Bow/BMG/Stoney Creek.
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