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Some of country’s biggest hits almost sounded a lot different, all because some artists passed on tracks that wound up being big singles for others!

 

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WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 25, 2016

 

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Ray Price | September 25, 2016

SEPTEMBER, 1970 NUMBER 1 SONG - RAY PRICE - 'FOR THE GOOD TIMES'

SEPTEMBER, 1980 NUMBER 1 SONG - JOHNNY LEE - 'LOOKIN' FOR LOVE'

SEPTEMBER, 1990 NUMBER 1 SONG - ALABAMA - 'JUKEBOX IN MY MIND'

SEPTEMBER, 2010 NUMBER 1 SONG - BILLY CURRINGTON - 'PRETTY GOOD AT DRINKIN' BEER'

This week’s listener requests come from Cindy from Springfield, Illinois

12 things dolly

You probably already knew that Whitney Houston's recording of "I Will Always Love You" is one of the biggest singles of the last 25 years... and the song that defined her legacy.

you havent heard jolene

Grammy-winning a cappella group Pentatonix delivered a special rendition of Dolly Parton’s hit “Jolene” with an added bonus: The Queen of Country herself.

the story behind

Miranda Lambert; George Strait; Carrie Underwood

Shane McAnally was nothing short of terrified when he stepped into the studio to begin a project that, on paper, looked a little crazy.

jennifer nettles

Sugarland singer Jennifer Nettles gave a stunning performance of the National Anthem.

fall 2016 miranda

Monumental albums are on the way by Miranda Lambert, Drive-By Truckers, Kenny Chesney, Willie Nelson and more