List of Hot Country Singles & Tracks number ones of 1991

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Garth Brooks performing on stage, while holding a guitar.
Garth Brooks achieved four number ones in 1991.

Hot Country Songs is a chart that ranks the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. In 1991, 30 different songs topped the chart, then published under the title Hot Country Singles & Tracks, in 52 issues of the magazine, based on weekly airplay data from country music radio stations compiled by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems.[1]

George Strait's song "I've Come to Expect It from You" began the year at number one, having held the top position for the last four weeks of 1990.[2] The next week, Garth Brooks achieved the first of his eventual four number ones of the year with his song "Unanswered Prayers". Brooks' four was the most number ones for the year by any act, though Alan Jackson and George Strait would each have three songs reach the top of the chart. Ricky Van Shelton reached number one twice as a solo performer, and once in collaboration with Dolly Parton on her song "Rockin' Years". Three songs spent three weeks each at the top of the chart, the most of any song for the year: "Down Home" by Alabama, "Don't Rock the Jukebox" by Alan Jackson, and "You Know Me Better Than That" by George Strait.

Several acts hit number one with their debut singles during the year. Diamond Rio hit number one in June with the band's debut single "Meet in the Middle".[3] Trisha Yearwood accomplished the same feat in August with her debut single "She's in Love with the Boy"[4] Brooks & Dunn's debut single as a duo, "Brand New Man", topped the charts in September, although both had previously released songs as solo performers.[5] Lionel Cartwright charted the only number one of his career with "Leap of Faith" in the September 21 issue of Billboard.[6] Yearwood and Parton were two of three women to reach the top of the chart in 1991, Reba McEntire being the other one. The year-ending number one was "My Next Broken Heart" by Brooks & Dunn.

Chart history

A man standing, wearing a hat, playing a guitar.
George Strait begun the year at number one.
Head of a blonde woman, singing, holding a microphone.
Trisha Yearwood reached number one with her debut single.
Two men, the left one with long hair and a full beard, the right wearing a hat
Brooks & Dunn spent four weeks at number one with two different songs.
Issue date Title Artist(s) Ref.
January 5 "I've Come to Expect It from You" George Strait [7]
January 12 "Unanswered Prayers" Garth Brooks [8]
January 19 [9]
January 26 "Forever's as Far as I'll Go" Alabama [10]
February 2 "Daddy's Come Around" Paul Overstreet [11]
February 9 "Brother Jukebox" Mark Chesnutt [12]
February 16 [13]
February 23 "Walk on Faith" Mike Reid [14]
March 2 [15]
March 9 "I'd Love You All Over Again" Alan Jackson [16]
March 16 [17]
March 23 "Loving Blind" Clint Black [18]
March 30 [19]
April 6 "Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House" Garth Brooks [20]
April 13 "Down Home" Alabama [21]
April 20 [22]
April 27 [23]
May 4 "Rockin' Years" Dolly Parton with Ricky Van Shelton [24]
May 11 "If I Know Me" George Strait [25]
May 18 [26]
May 25 "In a Different Light" Doug Stone [27]
June 1 "Meet in the Middle" Diamond Rio [28]
June 8 [29]
June 15 "If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)" Joe Diffie [30]
June 22 "The Thunder Rolls" Garth Brooks [31]
June 29 [32]
July 6 "Don't Rock the Jukebox" Alan Jackson [33]
July 13 [34]
July 20 [35]
July 27 "I Am a Simple Man" Ricky Van Shelton [36]
August 3 "She's in Love with the Boy" Trisha Yearwood [37]
August 10 [38]
August 17 "You Know Me Better Than That" George Strait [39]
August 24 [40]
August 31 [41]
September 7 "Brand New Man" Brooks & Dunn [42]
September 14 [43]
September 21 "Leap of Faith" Lionel Cartwright [44]
September 28 "Where Are You Now" Clint Black [45]
October 5 [46]
October 12 "Keep It Between the Lines" Ricky Van Shelton [47]
October 19 [48]
October 26 "Anymore" Travis Tritt [49]
November 2 [50]
November 9 "Someday" Alan Jackson [51]
November 16 "Shameless" Garth Brooks [52]
November 23 [53]
November 30 "Forever Together" Randy Travis [54]
December 7 "For My Broken Heart" Reba McEntire [55]
December 14 [56]
December 21 "My Next Broken Heart" Brooks & Dunn [57]
December 28 [58]

See also

References

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