List of Hot Country Songs number ones of 2009

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Lady Antebellum achieved its first two number ones in 2009.

Hot Country Songs is a chart that ranks the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. In 2009, 30 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]

Four acts achieved their first number-one hit in 2009. The first was Mac McAnally, whose appearance as a guest vocalist on Kenny Chesney's cover version of his 1990 song "Down the Road" gave him his first appearance at the top of the chart in a career which stretched back to the 1970s.[2][3] The group Lady Antebellum spent one week at number one in July with its first chart-topper, "I Run to You",[4] and returned to the top with "Need You Now", which spent the last five weeks of the year at number one, the longest spell at the top by a single song. The six weeks which the trio spent at number one was the most by any act in 2009. "Need You Now" also achieved considerable crossover success, topping the Adult Contemporary and Adult Top 40 charts and reaching number 2 in Billboard's all-genre singles chart, the Hot 100.[5][6][7] In October, both Justin Moore and Chris Young reached the top spot for the first time, with "Small Town USA" and "Gettin' You Home (The Black Dress Song)" respectively.[8][9] This would be the first of five consecutive number-one hits for Young over a two-year period.[10]

In addition to Lady Antebellum, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Darius Rucker and Sugarland all achieved two number ones in 2009. Aldean's "Big Green Tractor" spend four weeks at number one in the fall, the first song to spend four weeks in the top spot since February of the previous year.[11] Keith Urban was the only act to reach number one with three different songs, "Sweet Thing", "Only You Can Love Me This Way", and "Start a Band", a duet with Brad Paisley.

Chart history

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"Small Town USA" gave Justin Moore his first chart-topper in October.
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Jason Aldean's "Big Green Tractor" was the first song for eighteen months to spend more than three weeks at number one.
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"Gettin' You Home (The Black Dress Song)" was the first of five consecutive chart-toppers for Chris Young.
Issue date Title Artist(s) Ref.
January 3 "Here" Rascal Flatts [12]
January 10 [13]
January 17 "Already Gone" Sugarland [14]
January 24 "Start a Band" Paisley, BradBrad Paisley duet with Keith Urban [15]
January 31 "Country Boy" Jackson, AlanAlan Jackson [16]
February 7 "She Wouldn't Be Gone" Shelton, BlakeBlake Shelton [17]
February 14 [18]
February 21 "Feel That Fire" Bentley, DierksDierks Bentley [19]
February 28 "Down the Road" Chesney, KennyKenny Chesney with Mac McAnally [20]
March 7 "God Love Her" Keith, TobyToby Keith [21]
March 14 "Sweet Thing" Urban, KeithKeith Urban [22]
March 21 [23]
March 28 "It Won't Be Like This for Long" Rucker, DariusDarius Rucker [24]
April 4 [25]
April 11 [26]
April 18 "River of Love" Strait, GeorgeGeorge Strait [27]
April 25 "Here Comes Goodbye" Rascal Flatts [28]
May 2 "It's America" Atkins, RodneyRodney Atkins [29]
May 9 [30]
May 16 "She's Country" Aldean, JasonJason Aldean [31]
May 23 "It Happens" Sugarland [32]
May 30 [33]
June 6 "Then" Paisley, BradBrad Paisley [34]
June 13 [35]
June 20 [36]
June 27 "Out Last Night" Chesney, KennyKenny Chesney [37]
July 4 [38]
July 11 "Sideways" Bentley, DierksDierks Bentley [39]
July 18 [40]
July 25 "I Run to You" Lady Antebellum [41]
August 1 "People Are Crazy" Currington, BillyBilly Currington [42]
August 8 [43]
August 15 "Alright" Rucker, DariusDarius Rucker [44]
August 22 "You Belong with Me" Swift, TaylorTaylor Swift [45]
August 29 [46]
September 5 "Big Green Tractor" Aldean, JasonJason Aldean [47]
September 12 [48]
September 19 [49]
September 26 [50]
October 3 "Small Town USA" Moore, JustinJustin Moore [51]
October 10 "American Ride" Keith, TobyToby Keith [52]
October 17 [53]
October 24 "Gettin' You Home (The Black Dress Song)" Young, ChrisChris Young [54]
October 31 "Only You Can Love Me This Way" Urban, KeithKeith Urban [55]
November 7 "Toes" Zac Brown Band [56]
November 14 [57]
November 21 "Cowboy Casanova" Underwood, CarrieCarrie Underwood [58]
November 28 "Need You Now" Lady Antebellum [59]
December 5 [60]
December 12 [61]
December 19 [62]
December 26 [63]

See also

References

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