Collin Raye was one of the 1990's most consistent hit makers and as radio turned to younger newer stars, his profile may have gotten lower but he continues to put out great material. This year he has released his 2nd holiday album.
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.
Jeremy McComb may be new on the Country music scene but that doesn't mean that he cannot select great tunes. His ear for great material has garnered him a second entrant into Roughstock's Top 40 Country Singles of 2008 countdown.
After scoring 3 moderate hits from his Lyric Street Records debut album "Country is My Rock," Trent Tomlinson returns with "That's How It Still Oughta Be," a single that's both a throwback to the past and firmly in the present.
Keith Urban is one of country music's format stars for a reason and while his charm and good looks are a part of his total package, his ability to craft compelling country-rock/pop is certainly more of a reason. Here he is with our 20th favorite single of 2008.
George Strait has recorded many classic songs over the years so it seems natural that he'd record and release a set of classic songs like this. This is a collection of ten sturdy classics for any holiday music fan.
Always ready to lend their talents to a worthy cause, 10 Country stars have done just that to help Enterprise, Alabama's High School get rebuilt. This album is uplifting and faith-filled, just like the spirits of the folks there.