8 Famous Country Singers and Their Biggest Hits

Kenny Rogers: From pop artist with The First Edition to country legend, Kenny Rogers' golden tones told stories in hits like "The Gambler," "Lucille," "Lady," and "Islands in the Stream" with Dolly Parton.

Reba McEntire: With over 58 million albums sold, Reba McEntire's Oklahoma roots and rodeo background influenced her successful career in country music, highlighted by hits like "Fancy," "Color Me Gone," and "I'm a Survivor.

Randy Travis: Known for his deep voice and classic country style, Randy Travis rose to fame in the 1980s with hits like "Forever and Ever Amen" and "Deeper Than The Holler."

Garth Brooks: A burst onto the country music scene in the 1990s, Garth Brooks became one of the biggest selling music acts of all time with hits like "Friends in Low Places," "The Dance," and "If Tomorrow Never Comes.

Alan Jackson: With storytelling songs like "Here in the Real World," "Gone Country," and "Chattahoochee," Alan Jackson emerged onto the country music scene in the 1980s. His poignant response to the September 11 attacks

George Strait: Dubbed the King of Country Music, George Strait boasts more No. 1 hits than any other artist in any genre. With a steadfast commitment to traditional country music, hits like "Amarillo By Morning," "Love Without End, Amen,"

Glen Campbell: A respected musician turned artist, Glen Campbell's hits like "Rhinestone Cowboy," "Wichita Lineman," and "Gentle On My Mind" defined an era of country music. His career spanned six decades before his passing in 2017.

Buck Owens: Known for his twangy, upbeat songs and contributions to the Bakersfield sound, Buck Owens found success with hits like "Act Naturally" and "Love's Gonna Live Here." His popularity surged with TV's Hee Haw