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Week ending 4/10/10: #1 singles this week in country music

1950: Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy — Red Foley (Decca)

1960: He’ll Have To Go — Jim Reeves (RCA)

1970: Tennessee Bird Walk — Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan (Wayside)

1980: Sugar Daddy — The Bellamy Brothers (Warner Bros./Curb)

1990: Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart — Randy Travis (Warner Bros.)

2000: How Do You Like Me Now — Toby Keith (DreamWorks Nashville)

2010: Temporary Home — Carrie Underwood (19/Arista)

4 responses to “Week ending 4/10/10: #1 singles this week in country music

  1. Occasional Hope April 11, 2010 at 8:58 am

    I’d never heard that Tennessee Bird Walk before. It’s hard to believe it went to #1.

  2. Razor X April 11, 2010 at 2:14 pm

    I’ve heard “Tennessee Bird Walk” before but I didn’t know who recorded it. It spent two weeks at #1, surprisingly enough. Just goes to show that the old days weren’t always as stellar as we remember them.

    “Sugar Daddy” I remember well. Haven’t heard it in a long time.

  3. Paul W Dennis April 12, 2010 at 3:50 am

    Jack & Misty had a short run of hit singles in the US. “Tennessee Birdwalk” was, of course, a novelty and novelties sometimes chart higher than anyone could reasonable expect. Jack and Misty settled in the Orlando area performing regularly at the (now defunct) Langford Hotel in Winter Park where they were more of a cocktail lounge jazz act than a country act . They had a major hit in Europe about 15 years ago. Jack was (and is) a brilliant songwriter.

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