Country Charts

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Marilyn Sellars - Breakthrough
19 on the country charts and No. 37 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. 1 on the country charts ...
Traditional Country Music - Fourth Generation (1970s–1980s) - Country Pop
... Country pop or soft pop, with roots in both the countrypolitan sound, folk music, and soft rock, is a subgenre that first emerged in the 1970s ... Although the term first referred to country music songs and artists that crossed over to top 40 radio, country pop acts are now more likely to cross over to adult contemporary music ... and Linda Ronstadt having hits on the country charts ...
Share Your Love - Overview
... "I Don't Need You" charted at #1 on the US and Canadian country charts as well as reaching the top of the US Adult Contemporary charts, and #3 on the US Hot 100 ... The title cut "Share Your Love With Me" reached #14 on the Hot 100 and #5 in the US Country charts, though it did reach #2 in Canada and led the Adult ... The final single, "Through The Years", returned Rogers to the charts nicely by putting him atop the Adult Contemporary charts once again ...
Billy Dean
1962, in Quincy, Florida) is an American country music singer and songwriter ... albums have accounted for more than twenty hit singles on the Billboard country charts, including eleven Top Ten hits ... never reached the top of the Billboard country charts on his own, he reached Number One in 2000 as one of two guest vocalists on Kenny Rogers' "Buy Me a Rose", and had two Number ...
Carnival Ride - Singles
... Billboard Hot Country Songs at number 20, making it the highest chart debut by a solo country female artist in 43 years of Nielsen BDS history ... Billboard Hot Country Songs where it stayed there for 2 weeks and on the Canadian Country Charts where it stayed there for 5 weeks ... Billboard Hot Country Songs after only 13 weeks of its official release around April 2008 ...

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