Hot Country Songs is a chart that ranks the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. Two artists reached number one with three different songs in Montgomery also spent the most cumulative weeks at the top of the chart, with seven, one more than Neal McCoy , who spent six weeks at the top with " No Doubt About It " and " Wink ". Despite this level of chart success in , the two songs remain McCoy's only number one hits. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. October 26, The New York Times. Retrieved May 24,
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Indian Outlaw by Tim McGraw. I Swear by John Michael Montgomery. Thinkin' Problem by David Ball. Standing Outside the Fire by Garth Brooks. My Love by Little Texas. Pickup Man by Joe Diffie. Third Rock from the Sun by Joe Diffie. Wink by Neal McCoy.
Nineteen ninety-four was a year of turmoil in many parts of the world: Political leaders from New Zealand, Burundi, Mexico and Rwanda were assassinated. Genocide killings started in Rwanda, war broke out in Somalia and civil war in Yemen, and Iraq went toe-to-toe with the U. Security Council over troops they moved to the Kuwait border. And that was just the tip of the iceberg. In sports, U. It later came out that the attacker was hired by rival Tanya Harding's ex-husband. Meanwhile, Travis Tritt's "Foolish Pride" could have defined the moment when Colombian footballer Andres Escobar was shot and killed after scoring an own-goal in the World Cup, resulting in a loss to the United States. In music news, country was dominated by "hat acts. All rights reserved.