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Artist Countdown: Patty Loveless Top 45 6p ET @theploveless

Patty LovelessPatty Loveless (born Patty Lee Ramey, January 4, 1957), is an American country music singer.

Since her emergence on the country music scene in late 1986 with her first (self-titled) album, Loveless has been one of the most popular female singers of the Neotraditional country movement, although she has also recorded albums in the Country pop and Bluegrass genres.

Loveless was born in Pikeville, Kentucky, and was raised in Elkhorn City, Kentucky and Louisville, Kentucky and rose to stardom thanks to her blend of honky tonk and country-rock, not to mention a plaintive, emotional ballad style. Her late-1980s records were generally quite popular, earning her comparisons to Patsy Cline, but most critics agree that she truly came into her own as an artist in the early 1990s.

To date, Loveless has charted more than forty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including five Number Ones. In addition, she has recorded fourteen studio albums (not counting compilations); in the United States, four of these albums have been certified platinum, while two have been certified gold.

She has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1988. Loveless is also a distant cousin of Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle. She has been married twice, first to Terry Lovelace (1976–1986), from whom her professional name “Loveless” is derived, and to Emory Gordy, Jr. (1989–present), who is also her producer. (Source: Wikipedia)

Website http://www.pattyloveless.com

1 Blame It on Your Heart
2 I Try to Think About Elvis
3 You Don’t Even Know Who I Am
4 You Don’t Seem to Miss Me (with George Jones)
5 My Kind of Woman/My Kind of Man (with Vince Gill)
6 Timber, I’m Falling in Love
7 Chains
8 You Can Feel Bad
9 Lonely Too Long
10 She Drew a Broken Heart
11 On Down the Line
12 Hurt Me Bad (In a Real Good Way)
13 Don’t Toss Us Away
14 The Lonely Side of Love
15 Here I Am
16 If My Heart Had Windows
17 How Can I Help You Say Goodbye
18 Halfway Down
19 The Night’s Too Long
20 To Have You Back Again
21 Can’t Get Enough
22 Jealous Bone
23 The Trouble with the Truth
24 A Thousand Times a Day
25 Blue Memories
26 High on Love
27 Nothin’ but the Wheel
28 You Will
29 I’m That Kind of Girl
30 Can’t Stop Myself from Loving You
31 That’s the Kind of Mood I’m In
32 Wicked Ways
33 Lovin’ All Night
34 A Little Bit in Love
35 Blue Side of Town
36 Like Water into Wine
37 The Last Thing on My Mind
38 On Your Way Home
39 You Saved Me
40 Lonely Days, Lonely Nights
41 I Did
42 I Wanna Believe
43 Strong Heart
44 Keep Your Distance
45 Why Baby Why

Artist Countdown: Charlie Daniels Band 2pm ET @CharlieDaniels

CharlieDanielsCharles Edward “Charlie” Daniels (born on October 28, 1936) is an American musician known for his contributions to country and southern rock music. He is perhaps best known for his number one country hit “The Devil Went Down to Georgia“, and multiple other songs he has written and performed. Daniels has been active as a singer since the early 1950s. He was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on January 24, 2008 and the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2009.

1 The Devil Went Down to Georgia
2 Uneasy Rider
3 Long Haired Country Boy
4 In America
5 Mississippi
6 Still in Saigon
7 Simple Man
8 Drinkin’ My Baby Goodbye
9 Wichita Jail
10 The Legend of Wooley Swamp
11 Texas
12 Still Hurtin’ Me
13 Carolina (I Remember You)
14 Mister DJ
15 The South’s Gonna Do It
16 Little Folks
17 Boogie Woogie Fiddle Country Blues
18 A Few More Rednecks
19 Sweet Home Alabama
20 Country Boy * Aaron Lewis (with George Jones)
21 Bogged Down in Love with You
22 This Ain’t No Rag, It’s a Flag
23 Cowboy Hat in Dallas
24 Midnight Train
25 Southern Boy (with Travis Tritt)
26 American Farmer
27 My Beautiful America
28 Ragin’ Cajun
29 Stroker’s Theme (from Stroker Ace)
30 Honky Tonk Life
31 We Had It All One Time
32 America I Believe in You
33 Billy the Kid
34 Heaven Can Be Anywhere
35 Behind Your Eyes
36 Birmingham Blues
37 Sweet Louisiana
38 Good Ole Boy
39 Sugar Hill Saturday Night
40 Trudy

 

Artist Countdown: Marty Stuart Top 35 Hits 2pm ET @martystuarthq

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Marty Stuart (born September 30, 1958) is an American country music singer-songwriter, known for both his traditional style, and eclectic merging of rockabilly, honky tonk, and traditional country music. In the early 1990s, he had a successful string of country hits.

Stuart is host of The Marty Stuart Show, which features traditional country music in the vein of The Porter Wagoner Show, Flatt & Scruggs, The Wilburn Brothers Show, and Hee Haw. The Marty Stuart Show began airing at 8 P.M. on November 1, 2008 on cable’s RFD-TV. Each episode features music by Stuart and his band the Fabulous Superlatives, as well as his wife, Grand Ole Opry star Connie Smith, banjo-picker Leroy Troy, and guests. The show is sponsored by Mississippi Tourism. Stuart hosts and produces the 30-minute episodes, with WSM disc jockey and Grand Ole Opry announcer Eddie Stubbs serving as the show’s emcee.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’ (with Travis Tritt)
2 Tempted
3 Little Things
4 This One’s Gonna Hurt You (For a Long, Long Time) (with Travis Tritt)
5 Hillbilly Rock
6 Burn Me Down
7 Till I Found You
8 Honky Tonkin’s What I Do Best (with Travis Tritt)
9 Now That’s Country
10 Western Girls
11 Kiss Me, I’m Gone
12 High on a Mountain Top
13 You Can’t Stop Love
14 Don’t Leave Her Lonely Too Long
15 Hey Baby
16 Arlene
17 Cry! Cry! Cry!
18 All Because of You
19 If I Ain’t Got You
20 The Likes of Me
21 Do You Really Want My Lovin’
22 Love and Luck
23 If There Ain’t, There Ought’a Be
24 Red, Red Wine and Cheatin’ Songs
25 Thanks to You
26 Too Much Month (At the End of Money)
27 Mirrors Don’t Lie
28 Honky Tonker
29 Matches
30 That’s What Love’s About
31 Crying, Waiting, Hoping (with Steve Earle)
32 Sweet Love
33 Farmer’s Blues
34 Little Heartbreaker (The Likes of You)
35 Tear the Woodpile Down (with Buck Trent)

Artist Countdown: Trisha Yearwood Top 40 Hits 7:30pm ET @TYcom

TrishaYearwoodPatricia Lynn “Trisha” Yearwood (born September 19, 1964), is an American singer, author and actress. She is best known for her ballads about vulnerable young women from a female perspective that have been described by some music critics as “strong” and “confident.” Yearwood is a member of the Grand Ole Opry and was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2000.

Yearwood rose to fame in 1991, with her debut single, “She’s in Love with the Boy“, which became her first No. 1 single and was featured on her self-titled debut album. Yearwood has continued to find much success and widespread critical acclaim releasing a further ten studio albums, which spawned eight more No. 1 singles and twenty top ten hits combined, such as “Walkaway Joe“, “The Song Remembers When”, “Thinkin’ About You”, “I’ll Still Love You More” and “I Would’ve Loved You Anyway”. In 1997, Yearwood recorded the song “How Do I Live” for the soundtrack of the movie Con Air. It became her signature song, achieving high positions and sales worldwide, and won Yearwood a Grammy Award. She has also recorded successful duets with her husband, Country superstar Garth Brooks, including “In Another’s Eyes”, which won the couple a Grammy Award.

Yearwood has sold more than 12.5 million albums worldwide and has won three Grammy Awards, three Country Music Association Awards, two Academy of Country Music Awards, an American Music Award and a Pollstar Industry Award for touring. Aside from her success in music, Yearwood has also ventured into writing, releasing three successful cookbooks, which earned her the status of two-time New York Times Bestselling author. Since April, 2012, Yearwood hosts a culinary series on Food Network, titled Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, for which she has won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Culinary Program. (Source: Wikipedia)

1 How Do I Live
2 Walkaway Joe (featuring Don Henley)
3 Powerful Thing
4 I’ll Still Love You More
5 The Song Remembers When
6 There Goes My Baby
7 XXX’s and OOO’s (An American Girl)
8 Real Live Woman
9 Thinkin’ About You
10 She’s in Love with the Boy
11 Believe Me Baby (I Lied)
12 Perfect Love
13 Everybody Knows
14 In Another’s Eyes (featuring Garth Brooks)
15 Wrong Side of Memphis
16 Like We Never Had a Broken Heart
17 That’s What I Like About You
18 The Woman Before Me
19 You’re Where I Belong
20 I Wanna Go Too Far
21 You Say You Will
22 Down on My Knees
23 Better Your Heart Than Mine
24 I Would’ve Loved You Anyway
25 You Can Sleep While I Drive
26 Fall to Pieces  (with Aaron Neville)
27 I Need You
28 Trying to Love You
29 On a Bus to St. Cloud
30 Where Are You Now
31 Georgia Rain
32 Another Try  (with Josh Turner)
33 Squeeze Me In  (with Garth Brooks)
34 Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love
35 Love Will Always Win  (with Garth Brooks)
36 This Is Me You’re Talking To
37 Inside Out (featuring Don Henley)
38 I Don’t Paint Myself into Corners
39 They Call It Falling for a Reason
40 Breaking Apart  (with Chris Isaak)