Tag: Lyric Street Records

Artist Countdown: Rascal Flatts Top 40 Hits – 6pm ET @rascalflatts

RascalFlattsRascal Flatts is an American country music group composed of Gary LeVox (lead vocals), Jay DeMarcus (bass guitar, keyboard, piano, vocals) and Joe Don Rooney (lead guitar, vocals). LeVox and DeMarcus are second cousins.

During the 2000–10 decade, Rascal Flatts recorded for Disney Music Group’s Lyric Street Records. While on that label, the band released seven albums, all of which have been certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In order of release, these albums are Rascal Flatts (2000), Melt (2002), Feels Like Today (2004), Me and My Gang (2006), Still Feels Good (2007), Greatest Hits Volume 1 (2008) and Unstoppable (2009). After Lyric Street closed in 2010, Rascal Flatts moved to the independent Big Machine Records, releasing Nothing Like This in November 2010. Their ninth studio album, Changed, was released in April 2012.

Rascal Flatts’ studio albums have accounted for 26 single releases. All of these have charted within the top 20 or higher on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including 12 which reached number one. The band’s longest-lasting number-one single, a cover of Marcus Hummon’s “Bless the Broken Road“, spent five weeks in that position in early 2005. The late 2005–early 2006 release “What Hurts the Most” was a number one on both the country and adult contemporary charts, and peaked at number six on the Billboard Hot 100. (Source: Wikipedia)

Chart in PDF Format

1 What Hurts the Most
2 Bless the Broken Road
3 Changed
4 Here Comes Goodbye
5 I Won’t Let Go
6 My Wish
7 Come Wake Me Up
8 Easy (featuring Natasha Bedingfield)
9 Take Me There
1 0Smmer Nights
11 Stand
12 Banjo
13 Winner at a Losing Game
14 Every Day
15 Here
16 Mayberry
17 These Days
18 Life Is a Highway
19 Love You Out Loud
20 I Melt
21 Fast Cars and Freedom
22 Prayin’ for Daylight
23 Skin (Sarabeth)
24 I’m Movin’ On
25 Me and My Gang
26 This Everyday Love
27 Feels Like Today
28 While You Loved Me
29 Bob That Head
30 Love Who You Love
31 Why
32 Forever
33 Here’s to You
34 Oklahoma-Texas Line
35 Backwards
36 Close
37 Ellsworth
38 Still Feels Good
39 Pieces
40 Revolution

Artist Countdown: Aaron Tippin Top 35 Hits 6pm ET @RadioMax @TippinAaron

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Aaron Dupree Tippin (born July 3, 1958 in Pensacola, Florida) is an American country music artist and record producer. Initially a songwriter for Acuff-Rose Music, he gained a recording contract with RCA Records in 1990. His debut single, “You’ve Got to Stand for Something” became a popular anthem for American soldiers fighting in the Gulf War and helped to establish him as a neotraditionalist country act with songs that catered primarily to the American working class. Under RCA’s tenure, he recorded five studio albums and a Greatest Hits package. By the later half of the 1990s, however, his sales and chart performance began to decline, and he was dropped from the label’s roster.

Tippin switched to Lyric Street Records in 1998, where he recorded four more studio albums, counting a compilation of Christmas music. In the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks, he released the patriotic anthem “Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly“; although it was his most successful crossover single, he saw his popularity decline a second time after its release. After parting ways with Lyric Street in 2006, he founded a personal label known as Nippit Records, on which he issued the compilation album Now & Then. A concept album, In Overdrive, was released in 2009.

Tippin has released a total of nine studio albums and two compilations, with five gold certifications and one platinum certification among them. In addition, he has charted more than thirty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including three Number Ones: “There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong with the Radio” (1992), “That’s as Close as I’ll Get to Loving You” (1995), and “Kiss This” (2000), as well as the Top Ten hits “You’ve Got to Stand for Something”, “I Wouldn’t Have It Any Other Way”, “My Blue Angel”, “Working Man’s Ph.D“, “For You I Will”, and “Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly”.

On July 15, 1995, Tippin married the former Thea Corontzos at a Greek Orthodox ceremony in Nashville. Along with his manager, Billy Craven, Aaron and Thea Tippin created Tippin’s company, Tip Top Entertainment. They reside in Dowelltown, Tennessee. Tippin also opened two hunting supply stores called Aaron Tippin Firearms: one in Smithville, Tennessee, and the other was run by his late father, Willis Emory Tippin, in Oak City, North Carolina. (Willis died in 2005.) According to the Federal Aviation Administration, Tippin is an instrument rated commercial pilot with single and multi-engine ratings. He also has private pilot privileges for rotorcraft-helicopter. Finally, he is a certified airframe and power plant mechanic.

1 For You I Will
2 There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong with the Radio
3 That’s as Close as I’ll Get to Loving You
4 I Wouldn’t Have It Any Other Way
5 Workin’ Man’s Ph.D
6 You’ve Got to Stand for Something
7 Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly
8 My Blue Angel
9 I Got It Honest
10 I’m Leaving
11 The Call of the Wild
12 Kiss This
13 I Wonder How Far It Is Over You
14 Without Your Love
15 Whole Lotta Love on the Line
16 She Feels Like a Brand New Man Tonight
17 Everything I Own
18 Honky Tonk Superman
19 Her
20 I Was Born with a Broken Heart
21 She Made a Memory Out of Me
22 People Like Us
23 That’s What Happens When I Hold You
24 Love Like There’s No Tomorrow (with Thea Tippin)
25 Always Was
26 If Her Lovin’ Don’t Kill Me
27 Come Friday
28 A Door
29 I’ll Take Love Over Money
30 What This Country Needs
31 He Believed
32 How’s the Radio Know
33 Ready to Rock (In a Country Kind of Way)
34 Drill Here, Drill Now
35 East Bound and Down

Artist Countdown: Lari White Top 20 Hits/Tracks 7pm ET

LariWhiteLari Michele White (born May 13, 1965 in Dunedin, Florida) is an American country music artist and actress. She first gained national attention in 1992 as a winner on You Can Be a Star, a talent competition which aired on The Nashville Network. A recording contract with RCA Records Nashville followed a year later, producing three studio albums, a greatest hits package, and several chart singles. A fourth studio album was released in 1998 on Lyric Street Records, followed by two more releases on White’s own label, Skinny White Girl. Overall, White has charted twelve times on the Billboard country music charts, with three of her singles having reached Top Ten: “That’s My Baby” and “That’s How You Know (When You’re In Love)” at No. 10, and “Now I Know” at No. 5.  (Source – Wikipedia)

 

1 Stepping Stone
2 Now I Know
3 That’s How You Know (When You’re in Love)
4 That’s My Baby
5 Ready, Willing and Able
6 Helping Me Get Over You (with Travis Tritt)
7 Take Me
8 What a Woman Wants
9 Lead Me Not
10 Wild at Heart
11 Lay Around and Love on You
12 John Wayne Walking Away
13 Anything Goes
14 Another Broken Heart (with Esera Tuaolo)
15 Ain’t Gonna Worry About Love No More
16 Look Homeward Angel
17 Go On
18 On A Night Like Thiss
19 Ghost of a Chance
20 Don’t Leave Me Lonely