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I Walk The Line
Patsy Cline
I Fall To Pieces
Loretta Lynn
Coal Miner's Daughter
Kenny Rogers
The Gambler
Crystal Gayle
Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue
The Statler Brothers
Do You Know You Are My Sunshine
Randy Travis
Forever and Ever, Amen
Kathy Mattea
Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses
The Oak Ridge Boys
Elvira
Dolly Parton
Jolene
Conway Twitty
Hello Darlin'
Garth Brooks
The Dance
Charley Pride
Kiss An Angel Goodmorning

 

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Lynn is easily one of the most consistent powerhouse vocalists to emerge from the last decade. For the CMT world premiere of “Lose the War,” she pours on the drama as she sings about a relationship that’s worth every fight.

Dan + Shay and Tori Kelly Set for 2019 Billboard Music Awards; Kelsea Ballerini and Carrie Underwood’s “Walk Away Joe” Revisited; John Prine and Todd Snider Sing “Illegal Smile;" Morgan Evans Mixes “Day Drunk” with “Tequila;" Maren Morris’ Surprise Coachella Debut

Luke Combs returns to the top of Billboard’s country albums chart this week — as he’s so often done — with This One’s for You. It continues to show enormous resiliency 98 weeks after its release. Brett Young’s “Here Tonight” is also a scrapper, spending its second week as the most played country song.