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Hotdisc Top 40 November 8th 2015 Country Songs

Hotdisc Top 40 November 8th 2015 popular songs released on Rush Released promo CD for further country music radio promotion

Carl Belew ~ A country music singer and songwriter. He is best remembered as a songwriter whose work was covered by an eclectic group of artists ranging from Patsy Cline to Gene Vincent to Andy Williams. In 1959 Belew wrote "Am I That Easy to Forget," a Top 40 pop hit for actress Debbie Reynolds that was later recorded by Engelbert Humperdinck, Skeeter Davis, Don Gibson, Jim Reeves, and Leon Russell. Belew's own rendition hit the Top Ten in 1959.


Introducing Hotdisc Top 40 24 April 2016. This is a list of the Top 40 most popular songs released on the country music radio Rush Released promotional CD.

Worst Song-"Watching Scotty Grow" is a song written by country music singer-songwriter Mac Davis. The song was performed by Bobby Goldsboro in 1970. It reached the top of the Billboard Easy Listening chart on January 9, 1971, where it remained for six weeks.The song also peaked at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February of that year and climbed to the top ten on the Billboard country music chart as well. The song was Goldsboro's tenth top 40 hit on the U.S. pop chart.

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Dolly In Bluegrass. Introducing Hotdisc Top 40 June 19th 2016. This is a list of the Top 40 Most Popular Songs released on the country music radio Rush Released promotional CD.

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Daron Norwood Dies; Country Singer Was 49

Daron Norwood - a country music singer who has released three studio albums and had two songs make the Country Top 40 over the years - was found dead in his Texas apartment on Wednesday.

Modern, Top 40 Country Cover Band Dixie Crush is a high-energy, country party band from the Midwest that performs the biggest Top 40 Hits of Today's Country Music.

Holly Dunn - American Singer and Songwriter. Dunn, who had her most successful period in country music during the '80s and '90s, performed in bands in high school and college before moving to Nashville, releasing her first album, 'Holly Dunn', in 1986. She would go on to release nine more studio albums and and charted nineteen Top 40 country singles, like "Daddy's Hands", "Love Someone Like Me", and two number one singles, "Are You Ever Gonna Love Me" and "You Really Had Me Going".