Oct 17, 2011 originally posted on Examiner.com by this author/self.
Nashville Country Songs
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Billboard Hot 100 Country List on October 17, 2011 (week of Oct 22, 2011)
We take interest in seeing which of our favorites made it into the Hot 100 on Billboard.com, and while we love to make our own lists, we extracted the names of the songs and artists from this week’s listing.
23: “Take a Back Road” Rodney Atkins from his album of the same name
24: “God Gave Me You” by Blake Shelton from his album Red River Blue
27: “Mr. Know It All” Kelly Clarkson (Okay, again, maybe not country, but we still like her!)
31:“Just a Kiss” from album of the same name, Lady Antebellum
33:“If I Die Young” by the Band Perry from their self titled album is 33. This one has been on the Billboard charts for 46 weeks, topping out at #14.
35: “Crazy Girl” with Eli Young Band from the album Life at Best. It has now been on the charts for 30 weeks.
41: Not country, no, but we liked seeing Daughtry with “Crawling Back to You” from the album Break the Spell (Deluxe Edition) coming in at 41 for its first week out. We thought he should have won American Idol the season he was on it, or at least come in a lot higher to the top that he did! If you are a Daughtry fan, you can listen to some of his audio tracks on his Facebook page, including “Crawling Back to You.”
42: “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” by Jake Owen from the album same name has now been on the Billboard charts for 24 weeks.
43: “Made in America” from Toby Keith from the album from his Clancy’s Tavern, has been on the charts for 18 weeks.
45: “Long Hot Summer” by Keith Urban
46: “Here for a Good Time” by George Strait
47: “We Owned the Night” Lady A again with their 8th week on the charts
49: “Dirt Road Anthem” by Jason Aldean from his My Kinda Party Album, now 27 weeks on the charts
50: “Easy” by Rascal Flatts featuring Natasha Beddingfield, the 11th week on the charts for this one
54: “Sparks Fly” Taylor Swift from her Speak Now album, now on the charts for 11 weeks, topped out at 17.
56: “Remind Me” duet by Braid Paisley and Carrie Underwood, now on the charts for 18 weeks, topped out at 17 here
58: “Baggage Claim” on the charts now for 9 weeks, by Miranda Lambert
60: “Tattoos on this Town” also from the My Kinda party album, by Jason Aldean, on the charts for 3 weeks
63: “Country Must Be Country Wide” by Brantley Gilbert, 15 on the charts
67: “Just Fishin’” by Trace Adkins from the album same name is at #67 after 19 weeks on the charts
70: “You and Tequila” by Kenny Chesney featuring Grace Potter after 20. This one topped out at #33
73: “I Don’t Want This Night” byLuke Bryan, 2nd week on the charts Way to go, Luke!
78: “Drink in my Hand” by Eric Church, after 3 weeks is at #78, good going, Eric!
80: “All Your Life” by The Band Perry, on the charts 5 weeks
83: “Keep Me in Mind” by Zac Brown Band, on the charts on 2 weeks. It jumped from entry of #99 to this weeks #83. Good jump!
86: “One More Drinkin’ Song” by Jerrod Niemann, from Judge Jerrod & the Hung Jury, on week 11 is at #86. This one peaked at 77.
89: “I Got You” by Thompson Square, from their self titled album, is at #89 after 8 weeks on the charts.
90: “Let it Rain” by David Nail from album of same name. David’s been on the charts 4 weeks with this one, peaked at 86.
98: “Love Don’t Run” by Steve Holy, after 7 weeks on the charts is at 98 after peaking at 78.
Darius Rucker brings in the last of the Country songs with I Got Nothin’ from his Charleston SC 1966 album, after 4 weeks on the charts where this one peaked at 84.
In this week’s adventure along those hallowed country music lanes, we’re gonna Take A Back Road, because God Gave me You, Mr. Know it All!
And Just a Kiss If I Die Young, Crazy Girl, because I’m Crawling Back to You, and we are having a Barefoot Blue Jean Night, which was Made in America on a Long Hot Summer while we were Here for a Good Time and when We Owned the Night.
With our Dirt Road Anthem, it was Easy to make Sparks Fly, but Remind Me of my Baggage Claim, and we’ll put Tattoos on the Town, because we all know that Country must be Country Wide.
We were Just Fishin’ and it was with You and Tequila, but I Don’t Want the Night to end with A Drink in Your Hand.
All Your Life you should Keep Me in Mind, because of One More Drinkin’ Song, and I Got You, so Let it Rain, because Love Don’t Run – Hey! I Got Nothin’!
This week’s listing of country songs on the Billboard Hot 100 again includes 2 songs by The Band Perry, Lady A. and Jason Aldean. Way to go, Guys (and girls)!
The above mentioned songs are listed on Billboard.com’s Hot 100 for the week of Oct 22, 2011. Many of our favorite country songs and country artists made the list this week!