List of Hot Country Singles & Tracks number ones of 1995

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Pam Tillis achieved her only number one in 1995 with "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)".

Hot Country Songs is a chart that ranks the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. In 1995, 29 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]

At the start of the year, the song at number one was "Pickup Man" by Joe Diffie, which had been in the top spot since the issue dated December 17, 1994.[2] Alan Jackson was the only artist to achieve three number ones in 1995, topping the chart with "Gone Country", "I Don't Even Know Your Name" and "Tall, Tall Trees". Tim McGraw had the longest unbroken run in the top spot, spending five weeks at number one with "I Like It, I Love It", and the total of seven weeks which he spent at number one with that song and "Not a Moment Too Soon" was the highest by any artist. Brooks & Dunn, George Strait and John Michael Montgomery were the only other artists to achieve more than one number one in 1995.

Acts to achieve their first number one during the year were Bryan White with "Someone Else's Star",[3] Jeff Carson with "Not on Your Love",[4] Pam Tillis with "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)",[5] Ty Herndon with "What Mattered Most",[6] David Lee Murphy with "Dust on the Bottle",[7] and Wade Hayes with "Old Enough to Know Better".[8] The final number one of the year was "That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You" by Aaron Tippin.

Chart history

A fair-haired man wearing a white cowboy hat, a green shirt and blue jeans, playing a guitar and singing into a microphone
Alan Jackson was the only artist to take three different songs to number one in 1995.
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Tim McGraw spent seven weeks at number one during the year, the most by any artist.
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Bryan White gained his first number one in 1995.
A grey-haired man with a mustache, wearing a green shirt and bib overalls, talking into a microphone while holding a guitar
Aaron Tippin ended the year at number one.
Issue date Title Artist(s) Ref.
January 7 "Pickup Man" Joe Diffie [2]
January 14 "Not a Moment Too Soon" Tim McGraw [9]
January 21 [10]
January 28 "Gone Country" Alan Jackson [11]
February 4 "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)" Pam Tillis [12]
February 11 [13]
February 18 "My Kind of Girl" Collin Raye [14]
February 25 "Old Enough to Know Better" Wade Hayes [15]
March 4 [16]
March 11 "You Can't Make a Heart Love Somebody" George Strait [17]
March 18 "This Woman and This Man" Clay Walker [18]
March 25 [19]
April 1 "Thinkin' About You" Trisha Yearwood [20]
April 8 [21]
April 15 "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter" Reba McEntire [22]
April 22 "I Can Love You Like That" John Michael Montgomery [23]
April 29 "Little Miss Honky Tonk" Brooks & Dunn [24]
May 6 "I Can Love You Like That" John Michael Montgomery [25]
May 13 [26]
May 20 "Gonna Get a Life" Mark Chesnutt [27]
May 27 "What Mattered Most" Ty Herndon [28]
June 3 "Summer's Comin'" Clint Black [29]
June 10 [30]
June 17 [31]
June 24 "Texas Tornado" Tracy Lawrence [32]
July 1 "Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident)" John Michael Montgomery [33]
July 8 [34]
July 15 [35]
July 22 "Any Man of Mine" Shania Twain [36]
July 29 [37]
August 5 "I Don't Even Know Your Name" Alan Jackson [38]
August 12 "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" Lorrie Morgan [39]
August 19 "You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone" Brooks & Dunn [40]
August 26 [41]
September 2 "Not on Your Love" Jeff Carson [42]
September 9 "Someone Else's Star" Bryan White [43]
September 16 "I Like It, I Love It" Tim McGraw [44]
September 23 [45]
September 30 [46]
October 7 [47]
October 14 [48]
October 21 "She's Every Woman" Garth Brooks [49]
October 28 "Dust on the Bottle" David Lee Murphy [50]
November 4 [51]
November 11 "Check Yes or No" George Strait [52]
November 18 [53]
November 25 [54]
December 2 [55]
December 9 "Tall, Tall Trees" Alan Jackson [56]
December 16 [57]
December 23 "That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You" Aaron Tippin [58]
December 30 [59]

See also

References

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