To find the current top county music songs, visit the Hot Country Songs section of the Billboard website. Billboard magazine also publishes a weekly list of Hot Country Songs in the United States, which features the 50 most popular country music songs. Another source for the current top country musi
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As of Dec. 8, 2015, some of the most popular country hits are "Gonna," "Die a Happy Man" and "Come On Over." Some of the most popular country hits of all time include "I Walk the Line," "Jolene" and "Your Cheatin' Heart."
Some of the earliest country music hits include Vernon Dalhart’s “Wreck of the Old ’97,” Jimmie Rodgers’ “Blue Yodel #1” and The Carter Family’s “Keep on the Sunny Side” and “Wildwood Flower.” All released during the 1920s, these songs formed the basis of popular country music.
Free country music tracks can be downloaded from various music sites such as the Free Music Archive website and Last.fm. Each of these websites offer legal, free downloads of music from artists, such as Brett Devar, Pheasant and James and the Ultrasounds.
Examples of popular country musicians include Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood and Jake Owen, as of 2015. Other examples are Miranda Lambert and Justin Moore.
Some old country music singers are Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. These country artists produced famous hit songs and received numerous country music awards. Their music helped influence the next generation of country music superstars.
Loretta Lynn, Marty Robbins, Tammy Wynette, Hank Williams and Charlie Pride are some good old country music singers. Each singer's catalog contains dozens of hits, and each has several albums that country music buffs consider classics of the genre.
Well-known country music love songs include Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You," Willie Nelson's "Always on My Mind" and Randy Travis' "Forever and Ever, Amen." Although the songs span decades, they are still ranked among the best country love songs of all-time as of December 2015.
"Rolling Stone" magazine's list of the top 100 country song titles of all time includes Alabama's "Mountain Music," Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues" and C.W. McCall's "Convoy." These songs pay homage to home towns, current events and the simple parts of life. As of 2015, some country music artist