Released as the debut single for his new "Troubadour" album, this song became King George's latest chart-topping hit. The song, which speaks about God's omnipresence, also stood out as one of 2008's 10 greatest radio singles.
For every silly song he sings, Trace Adkins often records two or more more serious or 'down the middle' songs like this single. These singles allow Adkins to showcase his stellar baritone voice while singing lyrics that hit home. That combo makes this one of 2008's bes
Always a fan of Country music, Darius Rucker became the first African-American in 25 years (since Charley Pride) to score a No 1 hit with this song. Like The rest of America, we enjoyed this single so much that it has made our Top 40 Country Singles countdown.
Like cheese and wine, George Strait only seems to get better with age. With the title track of his 25th studio album, he managed to score himself one of 2008's best singles. Written by Monty Holmes and Leslie Satcher, the songs seems to be tailor-made for him.
While mainstream country has seemingly gotten further and further away from its roots, it's always refreshing to hear a singer of Lee Ann Womack's caliber on the radio. With this song, she has returned some tradition to the charts, and onto our year-end best-of list.
Little Big Town rebounded from a terrible debut album to release some of Country music's most classic singles of the decade. Now signed to Capitol Records, the quartet has managed to pay homage to Fleetwood Mac with this fine single from "A Place To Land."
Coming seemingly out of nowhere, Decca Records' One Flew South released this song as their debut single earlier in the year. While barely a Top 50 single, this song still was Rougshtock's 24th most favorite singles of 2008.
Dolly Parton is a national treasure and one of the true living legends of country music. Dolly recorded a great new album in 2008 and here's one of the album's best songs and it also happens to be Roughstock's 25th most favorite single of the year.
Jimmy Wayne returned to the airwaves this year after a four year hiatus in a big way with the polarizing "Do You Believe Me Now." Featuring an ultra-modern melodic sound, the song certainly made people talk and it is good enough to be our 26th favorite of the year.