List of Hot Country Songs number ones of 2007

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Big & Rich topped the chart for the first time in 2007.

Hot Country Songs is a chart that ranks the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. In 2007, 25 different songs topped the chart in 52 issues of the magazine, based on weekly airplay data from country music radio stations compiled by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems.[1]

In the first issue of the new year, Brad Paisley reached number one with "She's Everything", replacing "Want To" by Sugarland, which had been number one in the issue dated December 30, 2006.[2] This was the first of three number ones for Paisley in 2007, a feat only matched by Kenny Chesney. Paisley, however, spent significantly less time at number one in 2007, occupying the top spot for five weeks compared to Chesney's twelve. Chesney's song "Never Wanted Nothing More" was the longest-running number one of the year, with five weeks at the top. Acts who achieved their first number ones in 2007 included Canadian band Emerson Drive, whose song "Moments", which topped the chart in June, was the first ever Hot Country Songs number one by a band from Canada.[3] U.S. duo Big & Rich also reached number one for the first and only time, topping the chart with the wedding ballad "Lost in This Moment" in July.[4][5]

In September, Garth Brooks made history when "More Than a Memory", the first single from his boxed set The Ultimate Hits, became the first song in the 63-year history of Billboard's country music charts to enter at number one.[6] Another record was set in June when Tracy Lawrence topped the chart with his song "Find Out Who Your Friends Are". Reaching number one in its 41st week on the chart, the song set a new record for the slowest climb to the top of the Hot Country Songs chart.[7] The final number one of the year was Taylor Swift's "Our Song", which also achieved a chart milestone. With the song, which she had originally written for a high school talent show,[8] 18-year old Swift became the youngest sole writer and singer of a number one country song.[9]

Chart history

A man in a black cowboy hat, blue shirt and jeans, playing a guitar and singing into a microphone
Garth Brooks entered the chart at number one with "More Than a Memory", the first time a song had ever debuted in the top spot of the Hot Country Songs chart.
A man in a baseball cap, blue t-shirt and jeans, playing a guitar and singing into a microphone
Rodney Atkins topped the chart twice in 2007.
A young blonde-haired woman wearing dark glasses and a white tank top, playing a guitar and singing into a microphone
At the end of the year Taylor Swift achieved her first number one.
Issue date Title Artist(s) Ref.
January 6 "She's Everything" Paisley, BradBrad Paisley [10]
January 13 [11]
January 20 [12]
January 27 "Watching You" Atkins, RodneyRodney Atkins [13]
February 3 [14]
February 10 [15]
February 17 [16]
February 24 "It Just Comes Natural" Strait, GeorgeGeorge Strait [17]
March 3 [18]
March 10 "Ladies Love Country Boys" Adkins, TraceTrace Adkins [19]
March 17 [20]
March 24 "Beer in Mexico" Chesney, KennyKenny Chesney [21]
March 31 [22]
April 7 [23]
April 14 "Last Dollar (Fly Away)" McGraw, TimTim McGraw [24]
April 21 "Wasted" Underwood, CarrieCarrie Underwood [25]
April 28 [26]
May 5 [27]
May 12 "Stand" Rascal Flatts [28]
May 19 "Settlin'" Sugarland [29]
May 26 "Good Directions" Currington, BillyBilly Currington [30]
June 2 [31]
June 9 [32]
June 16 "Moments" Emerson Drive [33]
June 23 "Find Out Who Your Friends Are" Lawrence, TracyTracy Lawrence [34]
June 30 "Ticks" Paisley, BradBrad Paisley [35]
July 7 "Lucky Man" Montgomery Gentry [36]
July 14 [37]
July 21 "Lost in This Moment" Big & Rich [38]
July 28 [39]
August 4 "Never Wanted Nothing More" Chesney, KennyKenny Chesney [40]
August 11 [41]
August 18 [42]
August 25 [43]
September 1 [44]
September 8 "These Are My People" Atkins, RodneyRodney Atkins [45]
September 15 "More Than a Memory" Brooks, GarthGarth Brooks [46]
September 22 "Take Me There" Rascal Flatts [47]
September 29 [48]
October 6 [49]
October 13 "Online" Paisley, BradBrad Paisley [50]
October 20 "Love Me If You Can" Keith, TobyToby Keith [51]
October 27 "Don't Blink" Chesney, KennyKenny Chesney [52]
November 3 [53]
November 10 [54]
November 17 [55]
November 24 "Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go)" Bentley, DierksDierks Bentley [56]
December 1 "So Small" Underwood, CarrieCarrie Underwood [57]
December 8 [58]
December 15 [59]
December 22 "Our Song" Swift, TaylorTaylor Swift [60]
December 29 [61]

See also

References

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