Glen Campbell Singles 7:30pm ET

Glen CampbellGlen Travis Campbell (born April 22, 1936) is an American country music singer, guitarist, television host, and occasional actor. He is best known for a series of hits in the 1960s and 1970s, and for hosting a variety show called The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on CBS television.

During his 50 years in show business, Campbell has released more than 70 albums. He has sold 45 million records and accumulated 12 RIAA Gold albums, 4 Platinum albums and 1 Double-Platinum album. He has placed a total of 80 different songs on either the Billboard Country Chart, Billboard Hot 100, and/or the Adult Contemporary Chart, of which 29 made the Top 10 and of which nine reached number one on at least one of those charts. Campbell’s hits include his recordings of John Hartford’s “Gentle on My Mind”, Jimmy Webb’s “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”, “Wichita Lineman”, and “Galveston”, Larry Weiss’s “Rhinestone Cowboy”, and Allen Toussaint’s “Southern Nights”.  

We feature Glen Campbell Singles from 1962 – 2015

Ronnie Milsap Singles 9pm ET

RonnieMilsapRonnie Lee Milsap (born January 16, 1943) is an American country music singer and pianist. He was one of country music’s most popular and influential performers of the 1970s and 1980s. He became country music’s first successful blind singer, and one of the most successful and versatile country “crossover” singers of his time, appealing to both country and pop music markets with hit songs that incorporated pop, R&B, and rock and roll elements. His biggest crossover hits include “It Was Almost Like a Song”, “Smoky Mountain Rain”, “(There’s) No Gettin’ Over Me”, “I Wouldn’t Have Missed It for the World”, “Any Day Now”, and “Stranger in My House”. He is credited with six Grammy Awards and forty No. 1 country hits, third to George Strait and Conway Twitty. He was selected for induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2014.

 

Artist Countdown: Reba McEntire Top 50 Hits 6pm et @reba

rebaReba Nell McEntire (born March 28, 1955) is an American country music singer, songwriter and actress. She began her career in the music industry as a high school student singing in the Kiowa High School band, on local radio shows with her siblings, and at rodeos. While a sophomore in college, she performed the National Anthem at the National Rodeo in Oklahoma City and caught the attention of country artist Red Steagall. He brought her to Nashville, Tennessee, where she signed a contract with Mercury Records a year later in 1975. She released her first solo album in 1977 and released five additional studio albums under the label until 1983.

Signing with MCA Nashville Records, McEntire took creative control over her second MCA album, My Kind of Country (1984), which had a more traditional country sound and produced two number one singles: “How Blue” and “Somebody Should Leave”. The album brought her breakthrough success, bringing her a series of successful albums and number one singles in the 1980s and 1990s. McEntire has since released 26 studio albums, acquired 40 number one singles, 14 number one albums, and 28 albums have been certified gold, platinum or multi-platinum in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America. She has sometimes been referred to as “The Queen of Country”. and she is one of the best-selling artists of all time, having sold more than 80 million records worldwide.

In the early 1990s, McEntire branched into film starting with 1990’s Tremors. She has since starred in the Broadway revival of Annie Get Your Gun and in her television sitcom, Reba (2001–2007) for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series–Musical or Comedy. – Wikipedia

Artist Countdown: Ronnie Milsap Top 60 Hits 6pm ET @ronniemilsap

RonnieMilsapRonnie Lee Milsap (born January 16, 1943) is an American country music singer and pianist. He was one of country music’s most popular and influential performers of the 1970s and 1980s. He became country music’s first successful blind singer, and one of the most successful and versatile country “crossover” singers of his time, appealing to both country and pop music music markets with hit songs that incorporated pop, R&B, and rock and roll elements. His biggest crossover hits include “It Was Almost Like a Song”, “Smoky Mountain Rain”, “(There’s) No Gettin’ Over Me”, “I Wouldn’t Have Missed It for the World”, “Any Day Now”, and “Stranger in My House”. He is credited with six Grammy Awards and forty No. 1 country hits, third to George Strait and Conway Twitty.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 (There’s) No Gettin’ Over Me
2 I Wouldn’t Have Missed It for the World
3 Any Day Now
4 Show Her
5 Inside
6 Smoky Mountain Rain
7 Don’t You Know How Much I Love You
8 Lost in the Fifties Tonight (In the Still of the Night)
9 It Was Almost Like a Song
10 He Got You
11 Only One Love in My Life
12 Stranger in My House
13 Still Losing You
14 Since I Don’t Have You
15 Daydreams About Night Things
16 Make No Mistake, She’s Mine (with Kenny Rogers)
17 What a Difference You’ve Made in My Life
18 Too Late to Worry, Too Blue to Cry
19 Please Don’t Tell Me How the Story Ends
20 (I’d Be) A Legend in My Time
21 What Goes On When the Sun Goes Down
22 (I’m A) Stand by My Woman Man
23 Let My Love Be Your Pillow
24 Let’s Take the Long Way Around the World
25 Nobody Likes Sad Songs
26 Am I Losing You
27 She Keeps the Home Fires Burning
28 Happy, Happy Birthday Baby
29 In Love
30 How Do I Turn You On
31 Snap Your Fingers
32 Where Do the Nights Go
33 A Woman in Love
34 Pure Love
35 Back on My Mind Again
36 Why Don’t You Spend the Night
37 Stranger Things Have Happened
38 Are You Lovin’ Me Like I’m Lovin’ You
39 Turn That Radio On
40 Just in Case
41 Cowboys and Clowns
42 Old Folks (with Mike Reid)
43 In No Time at All
44 Prisoner of the Highway
45 My Heart
46 Houston Solution
47 I Hate You
48 All Is Fair in Love and War
49 That Girl Who Waits on Tables
50 L.A. to the Moon
51 Don’t You Ever Get Tired (Of Hurting Me)
52 Button Off My Shirt
53 True Believer
54 Local Girls
55 Time, Love and Money
56 Loving You Is a Natural Thing
57 Never Had It So Good
58 A Rose by Any Other Name (Is Still a Rose)
59 You Don’t Know My Love (with Jypsi)
60 Up to Zion

Artist Countdown: Randy Travis Top 50 Hits 6p ET @RandyBTravis

RB TravisRandy Bruce Traywick (born May 4, 1959), known professionally as Randy Travis, is an American country music singer, songwriter and actor. Since 1985, he has recorded 20 studio albums and charted more than 50 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, and 16 of these were number one hits. Considered a pivotal figure in the history of country music, Travis broke through in the mid-1980s with the release of his album Storms of Life, which sold more than four million copies. The album established him as a major force in the Neotraditional country movement. Travis followed up his successful debut with a string of platinum and multi-platinum albums. Travis is well known for his distinctive baritone vocals, delivered in a traditional style that has made him a country music star since the 1980s.

By the mid-1990s, Travis saw a decline in his chart success. In 1997, he left Warner Bros. Records for DreamWorks Records and changed his musical focus to gospel music. Although the career shift produced only one more number one country hit “Three Wooden Crosses”, Travis went on to earn several Dove awards, including Album of the Year three times. In addition to his singing career, Travis pursued an acting career, appearing in numerous films and television series, including The Rainmaker (1997) with Matt Damon, Black Dog (1998) with Patrick Swayze, Texas Rangers (2001) with James Van Der Beek, and seven episodes of the Touched by an Angel television series. Travis has sold over 25 million records, and has earned 22 number one hits, six number one albums, six Grammy awards, six CMA awards, nine ACM awards, 10 AMA awards, seven Dove awards, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. – Wikipedia

1 Forever and Ever, Amen
2 No Place Like Home
3 I Told You So (w/ Carrie Underwood)
4 Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man
5 Out of My Bones
6 On the Other Hand
7 Diggin’ Up Bones
8 I Won’t Need You Anymore (Always and Forever)
9 Too Gone Too Long
10 I Told You So
11 Honky Tonk Moon
12 Deeper Than the Holler
13 Is It Still Over?
14 It’s Just a Matter of Time
15 Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart
16 Forever Together
17 If I Didn’t Have You
18 Look Heart, No Hands
19 Whisper My Name
20 He Walked on Water
21 Heroes and Friends
22 Point of Light
23 Better Class of Losers
24 Before You Kill Us All
25 This Is Me
26 Stranger in My Mirror
27 The Hole
28 The Box
29 1982
30 A Few Ole Country Boys (with George Jones)
31 A Man Ain’t Made of Stone
32 Promises
33 Three Wooden Crosses
34 I’d Surrender All
35 Are We in Trouble Now
36 Would I
37 An Old Pair of Shoes
38 Cowboy Boogie
39 We’re Strangers Again (w/ Tammy Wynette)
40 King of the Road
41 Price to Pay
42 Four Walls
43 Where Can I Surrender
44 Pray for the Fish
45 Angels
46 A Little Left of Center
47 America Will Always Stand
48 Wind in the Wire
49 I’ll Be Right Here Loving You
50 Baptism (featuring Kenny Chesney)

Artist Countdown: Travis Tritt Top 45 Hits 6p ET @Travistritt

Travis TrittJames Travis Tritt (born February 9, 1963) is an American country music singer. He signed to Warner Bros. Records in 1989, releasing seven studio albums and a greatest hits package for the label between then and 1999. In the 2000s, he released two albums on Columbia Records and one for the defunct Category 5 Records. Seven of his albums (counting the Greatest Hits) are certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA); the highest-certified is 1991’s It’s All About to Change, which is certified triple-platinum. Tritt has also charted more than 40 times on the Hot Country Songs charts, including five number ones — “Help Me Hold On,” “Anymore,” “Can I Trust You with My Heart,” “Foolish Pride”, and “Best of Intentions” — and 15 additional top ten singles. Tritt’s musical style is defined by mainstream country and Southern rock influences.

He has received two Grammy Awards, both for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals: in 1992 for “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’,” a duet with Marty Stuart, and again in 1998 for “Same Old Train”, a collaboration with Stuart and nine other artists. In addition, he has received four awards from the Country Music Association, and has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1992.  Source: Wikipedia

1 Foolish Pride
2 More Than You’ll Ever Know
3 Help Me Hold On
4 Anymore
5 Can I Trust You with My Heart
6 I’m Gonna Be Somebody
7 Drift Off to Dream
8 Here’s a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)
9 Tell Me I Was Dreaming
10 The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’ (with Marty Stuart)
11 Nothing Short of Dying
12 Sometimes She Forgets
13 This One’s Gonna Hurt (with Marty Stuart)
14 Between an Old Memory and Me
15 Where Corn Don’t Grow
16 Lord Have Mercy on the Working Man
17 Looking Out for Number One
18 T-R-O-U-B-L-E
19 If I Lost You
20 Here’s Your Sign (Get the Picture)  (with Bill Engvall)
21 Best of Intentions
22 Country Club
23 Honky Tonkin’s What I Do Best  (with Marty Stuart)
24 Take It Easy
25 It’s a Great Day to Be Alive
26 Still in Love with You
27 Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof
28 Helping Me Get Over You (with Lari White)
29 She’s Going Home with Me
30 Love of a Woman
31 Put Some Drive in Your Country
32 Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde
33 No More Looking Over My Shoulder
34 Only You (And You Alone)
35 Worth Every Mile
36 Strong Enough to Be Your Man
37 What Say You (with John Mellencamp)
38 Start the Car
39 Country Ain’t Country
40 You Never Take Me Dancing
41 The Girl’s Gone Wild
42 I See Me
43 Lonesome, On’ry and Mean
44 Southern Boy (with Charlie Daniels)
45 Move It On Over (with George Thorogood)