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Top Country Songs

1.
This Is How We Roll by Florida Georgia Line Featuring Luke Bryan
2.
Doin’ What She Likes by Blake Shelton
3.
Bottoms Up by Brantley Gilbert
4.
Chillin’ It by Cole Swindell
5.
Sweet Annie by Zac Brown Band
6.
Radio by Darius Rucker
7.
Don’t let me be lonely by The Band Perry
8.
Stay by Florida Georgia Line
9.
All Kinds Of Kinds by Miranda Lambert
10.
Friday Night by Eric Paslay
11.
Days Of Gold by Jake Owen
12.
Whatever She’s Got by David Nail
13.
Carolina by Parmalee
14.
We Were Us by Keith Urban ft Miranda Lambert
15.
Outta My Head by Craig Campbell
16.
Could It Be by Charlie Worsham
17.
Sunny And 75 by Joe Nichols
18.
Bruises by Train Featuring Ashley Monroe
19.
Your Side of the Bed by Little Big Town
20.
That’s My Kind of Night by Luke Bryan
21.
Night Train by Jason Aldean
22.
When I See This Bar by Kenny Chesney
23.
Southern Girl by Tim McGraw
24.
Mine Would be You by Blake Shelton
25.
Wildfire by John Mayer
26.
Aw Naw by Chris Young
27.
Easy by Sheryl Crow
28.
Parking Lot Party by Lee Brice
29.
Goodbye Town by Lady Antebellum
30.
Drunk Last Night by Eli Young Band
31.
Round Here by Florida Georgia Line
32.
It Goes Like This by Thomas Rhett
33.
Wasting All These Tears by Cassadee Pope
34.
Redneck Crazy by Tyler Farr
35.
Point At You by Justin Moore
36.
Don’t Ya by Brett Eldredge
37.
Little Bit of Everything by Keith Urban
38.
Runnin’ Outta Moonlight by Randy Houser
39.
All Over the Road by Easton Corbin
40.
Hey Girl by Billy Currington
41.
See You Again by Carrie Underwood
42.
Jump Right In by Zac Brown Band
43.
See You Tonight by Scotty McCreery
44.
Crash My Party by Luke Bryan
45.
Accidental Racist by Brad Paisley featuring LL Cool J
46.
Whiskey by Jana Kramer
47.
Boys ‘Round Here by Blake Shelton featuring Pistol Annies & Friends
48.
Anywhere with You by Jake Owen
49.
Hey Pretty Girl by Kip Moore
50.
1994 by Jason Aldean
51.
DONE by The Band Perry
52.
Beat This Summer by Brad Paisley
53.
Buzzkill by Luke Bryan
54.
More than Miles by Brantley Gilbert
55.
Changed by Rascal Flatts
56.
Like Jesus Does by Eric Church
57.
Wagon Wheel by Darius Rucker
58.
I Can Take It From There by Chris Young
59.
Highway Don’t Care by Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift and Keith Urban
60.
Downtown by Lady Antebellum
61.
Pirate Flag by Kenny Chesney
62.
Til My Last Day By Justin Moore
63.
Give It All We Got Tonight by George Strait
64.
Get Your Shine On by Florida Georgia Line
65.
Let There Be Cowgirls by Chris Cagle
66.
Mama’s Broken Heart by Miranda Lambert
67.
Beer Money By Kip Moore
68.
Crying on a Suitcase by Casey James
69.
I Drive Your Truck by Lee Brice
70.
Tip It On Back by Dierks Bentley
71.
Goodbye in Her Eyes by Zac Brown Band
72.
Merry Go ‘Round by Kacey Musgraves
73.
Somebody’s Heartbreak by Hunter Hayes
74.
Southern Comfort Zone by Brad Paisley
75.
One of those Nights by Tim McGraw
76.
Tornado by Little Big Town
77.
Two Black Cadillacs by Carrie Underwood
78.
How Country Feels by Randy Houser
79.
The Only Way I Know by Jason Aldean with Luke Bryan & Eric Church
80.
We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together By Taylor Swift
81.
Sure be Cool If You Did by Blake Shelton
82.
Better Dig Two by The Band Perry
83.
Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain) by Gary Allan
84.
Wanted by Hunter Hayes
85.
Cruise By Florida Georgia Line

About Top Country Songs

 

Country music is undoubtedly among the most popular genres in American pop music. Top country songs are always present in most music charts. At a time when hip hop, jazz, and rock battle it out neck to neck to take the supremacy in hit lists, it is just amazing how country songs continue to find its way to music domination. Everyone will surely agree that this type of music will never fade out. Memorable tracks in this genre come out every now and then.

The genre started in the bush or rural regions across southern US. The beginning can be traced back to 1920s, when Western and American folk music was making waves. The term gained popularity during the 1940s, when it started to be called country music, a better term than its original monicker hillbilly music. These days, it has evolved to encompass numerous styles and subgenres.

Though many people try to belittle this type of music, its popularity can never be underestimated. There is always a market for good country songs. In fact, in 2009, according to a reliable and credible study, country music emerged as the most listened to especially during the rush hours. The music has been found to be the most popular for evening commuters and the second top choice for morning commuters, at least in the entire US.

Many pop and rock stars now venture into country music. At the same time, there is also a growing number of country music stars who successfully crossover to rock and pop. It is also interesting how some country songs are adopting new style through infusing other music genres like rock, hip hop, jazz, and pop. Indeed, country music is showing its flexibility and versatility.

These days, several country artists have contributed greatly to bring back the glory days that many have seen before. American Idol produced a country winner in the person of Carrie Underwood in 2005. She rose as the solo country artist to have a No. 1 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 for the entire decade.

Lady Antebellum became the top brand known for producing and launching good country songs. The group bagged numerous Grammys in 2010, helping make the music more visible again not just to music critics but more importantly to listeners.

And who could ever neglect the contribution of Taylor Swift? The young country singer has proven that the market for this music is still alive. She has launched numerous top country songs that conquered not just country hit charts but also overall and pop music lists. She has also become a staple and a regular fixture in the Grammy’s and in many other music awards.

Interestingly, country music’s popularity is reaching greater heights. It is now dominating music charts not just in the US but in most other important music markets. International recognitions and album sales can be a good indication of how this genre is being liked and loved by music lovers from all over the world these days.