List of Hot Country Singles & Tracks number ones of 1992

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Wynonna spent eight weeks at number one in 1992.

Hot Country Songs is a chart that ranks the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. In 1992, 25 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]

In early 1992, after performing with her mother in the duo The Judds since the early 1980s, Wynonna Judd, now known mononymously as Wynonna, launched her solo career and achieved immediate success. She topped the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart with her debut single "She Is His Only Need"[2] and followed it up before the end of the year with two more chart-toppers with "I Saw the Light" and "No One Else on Earth". The three songs spent a total of eight weeks at number one, the most by any act in 1992. Alan Jackson was the only other artist to achieve three number ones during the year, but his three chart-toppers, "Dallas", "Love's Got a Hold on You" and "She's Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues)", spent only four weeks in total at the top of the chart. Brooks & Dunn, Collin Raye, Garth Brooks and Vince Gill each reached number one with two songs.

In addition to Wynonna, four other artists reached number one for the first time in 1992. Collin Raye was the first, moving into the top spot on the first chart of the year with "Love, Me".[3][4] Raye's song was replaced at number one three weeks later by Tracy Lawrence's "Sticks and Stones", another first-time chart-topper.[5] Aaron Tippin gained his first number one with "There Ain't Nothin' Wrong with the Radio" in April,[6] and Billy Ray Cyrus achieved the same feat in May with "Achy Breaky Heart",[7] which had the longest unbroken run at the top of the chart in 1992, spending five weeks at number one. The final number one of the year was "Don't Let Our Love Start Slippin' Away" by Vince Gill.

Chart history

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Collin Raye was at number one on the first chart of the new year and returned to the top spot in October.
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Billy Ray Cyrus had a five-week run at number one with "Achy Breaky Heart".
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Alan Jackson had three number ones in 1992.
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Vince Gill ended the year at number one.
Issue date Title Artist(s) Ref.
January 4 "Love, Me" Collin Raye [3]
January 11 [8]
January 18 [9]
January 25 "Sticks and Stones" Tracy Lawrence [10]
February 1 "A Jukebox with a Country Song" Doug Stone [11]
February 8 [12]
February 15 "What She's Doing Now" Garth Brooks [13]
February 22 [14]
February 29 [15]
March 7 [16]
March 14 "Straight Tequila Night" John Anderson [17]
March 21 "Dallas" Alan Jackson [18]
March 28 "Is There Life Out There" Reba McEntire [19]
April 4 [20]
April 11 "She Is His Only Need" Wynonna [21]
April 18 "There Ain't Nothin' Wrong with the Radio" Aaron Tippin [22]
April 25 [23]
May 2 [24]
May 9 "Neon Moon" Brooks & Dunn [25]
May 16 [26]
May 23 "Some Girls Do" Sawyer Brown [27]
May 30 "Achy Breaky Heart" Billy Ray Cyrus [28]
June 6 [29]
June 13 [30]
June 20 [31]
June 27 [32]
July 4 "I Saw the Light" Wynonna [33]
July 11 [34]
July 18 [35]
July 25 "The River" Garth Brooks [36]
August 1 "Boot Scootin' Boogie" Brooks & Dunn [37]
August 8 [38]
August 15 [39]
August 22 [40]
August 29 "I'll Think of Something" Mark Chesnutt [41]
September 5 "I Still Believe in You" Vince Gill [42]
September 12 [43]
September 19 "Love's Got a Hold on You" Alan Jackson [44]
September 26 [45]
October 3 "In This Life" Collin Raye [46]
October 10 [47]
October 17 "If I Didn't Have You" Randy Travis [48]
October 24 "No One Else on Earth" Wynonna [49]
October 31 [50]
November 7 [51]
November 14 [52]
November 21 "I'm in a Hurry (And Don't Know Why)" Alabama [53]
November 28 [54]
December 5 "I Cross My Heart" George Strait [55]
December 12 [56]
December 19 "She's Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues)" Alan Jackson [57]
December 26 "Don't Let Our Love Start Slippin' Away" Vince Gill [58]

See also

References

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