2011 in country music

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This is a list of notable events in country music that took place in the year 2011.

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Events[edit]

Top hits of the year[edit]

The following songs placed within the Top 20 on the Hot Country Songs charts in 2011:

US Single Artist Reference
1 Am I the Only One Dierks Bentley [17]
18 Amen Edens Edge [18]
1 Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not Thompson Square [19]
3 Back to December Taylor Swift [20]
3 Baggage Claim Miranda Lambert [21]
1 Barefoot Blue Jean Night Jake Owen [22]
10 Bleed Red Ronnie Dunn [23]
6 The Breath You Take George Strait [24]
12 Bullets in the Gun Toby Keith [25]
15 Camouflage Brad Paisley [26]
1 Colder Weather Zac Brown Band [27]
19 Cost of Livin' Ronnie Dunn [28]
4 Country Girl (Shake It for Me) Luke Bryan [29]
1 Country Must Be Country Wide Brantley Gilbert [30]
1 Crazy Girl Eli Young Band [31]
1 Dirt Road Anthem Jason Aldean [32]
1 Don't You Wanna Stay Jason Aldean with Kelly Clarkson [33]
3 Easy Rascal Flatts with Natasha Bedingfield [34]
14 Family Man Craig Campbell [23]
1 Felt Good on My Lips Tim McGraw [35]
10 From a Table Away Sunny Sweeney [36]
17 Georgia Clay Josh Kelley [37]
1 God Gave Me You Blake Shelton [38]
1 Heart Like Mine Miranda Lambert [39]
6 Hello World Lady Antebellum [40]
2 Here for a Good Time George Strait [41]
13 Homeboy Eric Church [42]
1 Honey Bee Blake Shelton [43]
14 I Can't Love You Back Easton Corbin [44]
17 I Got Nothin' Darius Rucker [45]
8 I Got You Thompson Square [46]
15 I Love You This Big Scotty McCreery [47]
2 I Won't Let Go Rascal Flatts [48]
18 I Wouldn't Be a Man Josh Turner [49]
1 If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away Justin Moore [50]
1 Just a Kiss Lady Antebellum [51]
6 Just Fishin' Trace Adkins [52]
1 Keep Me in Mind Zac Brown Band
1 Knee Deep Zac Brown Band with Jimmy Buffett [53]
1 Let Me Down Easy Billy Currington [54]
1 A Little Bit Stronger Sara Evans [55]
11 Little Miss Sugarland [56]
1 Live a Little Kenny Chesney [57]
1 Long Hot Summer Keith Urban [58]
19 Look It Up Ashton Shepherd
19 Love Don't Run Steve Holy
11 Love Done Gone Billy Currington [59]
1 Made in America Toby Keith [60]
2 Mama's Song Carrie Underwood [61]
2 Mean Taylor Swift [62]
2 My Kinda Party Jason Aldean [63]
1 Old Alabama Brad Paisley with Alabama [64]
13 One More Drinkin' Song Jerrod Niemann [65]
2 Put You in a Song Keith Urban [66]
1 Remind Me Brad Paisley featuring Carrie Underwood [67]
17 The Shape I'm In Joe Nichols [68]
16 Smoke a Little Smoke Eric Church [69]
1 Someone Else Calling You Baby Luke Bryan [70]
12 Somewhere Else Toby Keith [71]
1 Somewhere with You Kenny Chesney [72]
1 Sparks Fly Taylor Swift [73]
1 Take a Back Road Rodney Atkins [74]
2 Tattoos on This Town Jason Aldean [75]
17 Teenage Daughters Martina McBride [76]
1 This Darius Rucker [77]
2 This Is Country Music Brad Paisley [78]
1 Tomorrow Chris Young [79]
1 Turn On the Radio Reba [80]
1 Voices Chris Young [81]
1 We Owned the Night Lady Antebellum
4 What Do You Want Jerrod Niemann [82]
1 Who Are You When I'm Not Looking Blake Shelton [83]
15 Wildflower The JaneDear Girls [84]
1 Without You Keith Urban [85]
3 You and Tequila Kenny Chesney with Grace Potter [86]
2 You Lie The Band Perry [87]

Top new album releases[edit]

The following albums placed within the Top 50 on the Top Country Albums charts in 2011:

US Album Artist Record Label Release Date Reference
9 American Idol Season 10 Lauren Alaina 19/Interscope May 24
3 American Idol Season 10 Scotty McCreery 19/Interscope May 24
6 American Idol Season 10: Highlights (EP) Lauren Alaina 19/Interscope/Mercury Nashville June 28
2 American Idol Season 10: Highlights (EP) Scotty McCreery 19/Interscope/Mercury Nashville June 28
4 Anniversary Celebration Randy Travis Warner Bros. Nashville June 7
1 Barefoot Blue Jean Night Jake Owen RCA Nashville August 30 [88]
1 Chief Eric Church EMI Music Nashville July 26 [89]
1 Clancy's Tavern Toby Keith Show Dog – Universal Records October 25
1 Clear as Day Scotty McCreery 19/Interscope/Mercury Nashville October 4 [90]
7 Concrete Sunny Sweeney Republic Nashville August 23 [91]
7 Donny & Marie Donny & Marie MPCA May 3
10 Double-Wide Dream Casey Donahew Band Almost Country October 25
4 Eleven Martina McBride Republic Nashville October 11
3 Every Chance I Get Colt Ford Average Joe's May 3 [92]
4 Footloose soundtrack Various Artists Atlantic/Warner Bros. Nashville September 27 [93]
1 Four the Record Miranda Lambert RCA Nashville November 1 [94]
6 Ghost on the Canvas Glen Campbell Surfdog August 30 [95]
4 Guitar Slinger Vince Gill MCA Nashville October 25 [96]
3 Hard Bargain Emmylou Harris Nonesuch April 26
1 Hell on Heels Pistol Annies Columbia Nashville August 23 [97]
1 Here for a Good Time George Strait MCA Nashville September 6 [98]
10 Hillbilly Joker Hank Williams III Curb May 17
1 Hunter Hayes Hunter Hayes Atlantic Nashville October 11
4 I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive Steve Earle New West April 26
10 The JaneDear Girls The JaneDear Girls Warner Bros. Nashville February 1 [99]
10 Jeff Bridges Jeff Bridges Blue Note August 16 [100]
7 Lady and Gentlemen LeAnn Rimes Asylum-Curb September 27
3 Life at Best Eli Young Band Republic Nashville August 16
7 The Love of God Kenny Rogers Cracker Barrel March 7
2 Neon Chris Young RCA Nashville July 12 [101]
3 Now That's What I Call Country Volume 4 Various Artists Universal Music June 14
1 Own the Night Lady Antebellum Capitol Nashville September 13
1 Outlaws Like Me Justin Moore Valory Music Group June 21
1 Paper Airplane Alison Krauss & Union Station Rounder April 12
2 Proud to Be Here Trace Adkins Show Dog-Universal August 2 [102]
9 Rebels on the Run Montgomery Gentry Average Joe's October 18
1 Red River Blue Blake Shelton Warner Bros. Nashville July 12 [103]
1 Ronnie Dunn Ronnie Dunn Arista Nashville June 7
8 The Sound of a Million Dreams David Nail MCA Nashville November 15 [104]
2 Speak Now World Tour – Live Taylor Swift Big Machine November 21
6 Spring Break 3: It's a Shore Thing (EP) Luke Bryan Capitol Nashville March 1
3 Steel Magnolia Steel Magnolia Big Machine January 11 [105]
1 Stronger Sara Evans RCA Nashville March 8
1 Tailgates & Tanlines Luke Bryan Capitol Nashville August 9 [106]
3 Take a Back Road Rodney Atkins Curb October 4 [107]
1 This Is Country Music Brad Paisley Arista Nashville May 23 [108]
3 Thompson Square Thompson Square Stoney Creek February 8 [109]
1 Town Line Aaron Lewis Stroudavarious March 1
2 Wildflower Lauren Alaina 19/Interscope/Mercury Nashville October 11

Other top albums[edit]

US Album Artist Record Label Release Date Reference
45 10 Great Skits Roy D. Mercer Capitol Nashville April 5
43 1978 December Sonia Leigh Southern Ground September 27 [110]
19 The Academy of Country Music Awards:
2011 ACM Spotlight 'ZinePak
Various Artists ZinePak LLC/Walmart March 22
32 The Best of Rascal Flatts Live Rascal Flatts Hollywood November 8
11 Better Day Dolly Parton Dolly June 28 [111]
42 Bootleg Volume III Johnny Cash Sony Legacy October 11
17 The Broken Record Corey Smith Average Joe's June 21 [112]
13 Caldwell County (EP) Eric Church Capitol Nashville January 18
19 Chippin' Away Kevin Fowler Average Joe's August 9 [113]
44 Christmas Today's Country Volume One Various Artists Curb September 27
38 Country Christmas Various Artists Sony Music Special Products September 20
23 Country Classics with a Bluegrass Spin The Grascals Cracker Barrel January 10
14 Craig Campbell Craig Campbell Bigger Picture April 5
24 Crazy Girl (EP) Eli Young Band Republic Nashville May 3 [114]
42 The Dreaming Fields Matraca Berg Dualtone May 17 [115]
26 Firewater Whiskey Myers Wiggy Thump April 26
40 For the Kids (EP) John Rich Warner Bros. Nashville May 17
33 Frankie Ballard Frankie Ballard Warner Bros. Nashville May 24
33 From Memphis to Hollywood Johnny Cash Columbia/Legacy February 22
16 Georgia Clay Josh Kelley MCA Nashville March 22 [116]
14 Ghost to a Ghost/Gutter Town Hank Williams III Megaforce/Hank3 September 6
20 Good Luck & True Love Reckless Kelly No Big Deal/Red Eye September 13 [117]
12 Greatest Hits Joe Nichols Show Dog-Universal January 25 [118]
39 Hits George Jones Bandit February 15
24 I'm American Billy Ray Cyrus Buena Vista June 28 [119]
41 I Hate You, I Love You Emily West Emily West December 20
34 I Will Stand by You: The Essential Collection The Judds Curb April 5
22 Icon Billy Currington Mercury Nashville March 22
14 Icon George Strait MCA Nashville September 13
20 Icon Josh Turner MCA Nashville March 22
44 Icon Conway Twitty MCA Nashville May 24
35 Icon 2 George Strait MCA Nashville November 8
19 It's All Good Joe Nichols Show Dog-Universal November 8 [120]
16 It's Only Natural The Oak Ridge Boys Cracker Barrell September 19
12 KMAG YOYO Hayes Carll Lost Highway February 15
32 Little Bird Kasey Chambers Sugar Hill July 12 [121]
11 The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams Various Artists CMF/Columbia Nashville October 4
30 Love Don't Run Steve Holy Curb September 13
37 The Majestic Silver Strings Buddy Miller New West March 1
50 The Monument Singles – A-Sides (1960–1964) Roy Orbison Legacy April 26
20 Mud Digger: Volume 2 Various Artists Average Joe's July 19
22 The Music Inside: A Collaboration
Dedicated to Waylon Jennings, Volume One
Various Artists Scatter/Valory Music Co. February 8
22 Nick 13 Nick 13 Sugar Hill June 7 [122]
33 Numbers Jason Michael Carroll QuarterBack/GrassRoots/Cracker Barrel July 25 [123]
12 Opus Collection Roy Orbison Legacy May 10
36 Raise My Glass Micky & the Motorcars Smith Music Group August 9 [124]
26 Rancho Alto Jason Boland & the Stragglers Proud Souls October 4
43 Randy Montana Randy Montana Mercury Nashville July 26 [125]
11 Randy Travis Randy Travis Cracker Barrel May 2 [126]
21 Ready for Confetti Robert Earl Keen Lost Highway August 30
39 Redemption Josh Gracin Average Joe's November 8
47 A Redneck Christmas Slidawg and the Redneck Ramblers Sonoma September 27
40 Remember Me, Vol. 1 Willie Nelson R&J November 21
35 Rich Rocks (EP) John Rich Warner Bros. Nashville May 17
46 Satisfied at Last Joe Ely Redeye June 7 [127]
34 Sleep with One Eye Open Chris Thile & Michael Daves Nonesuch May 10
14 Some Lessons Learned Kristin Chenoweth Sony Masterworks September 13
29 Songs and Stories Guy Clark Dualtone August 16 [128]
41 Sunny Sweeney (EP) Sunny Sweeney Republic Nashville January 18
43 Take the High Road The Blind Boys of Alabama Saguaro Road May 3
13 This Is Indian Land Cody Canada Underground Sound June 21 [129]
38 Top 50 Hottest Country Hits NOW Modern Country Heroes Big Eye Music October 1
15 Velvet Stoney LaRue B Side August 30 [130]
39 A Very Country Christmas (EP) Various Artists Arista Nashville October 11
11 Where Country Grows Ashton Shepherd MCA Nashville July 12 [131]
48 Wild Together Carter's Chord Show Dog-Universal May 24
30 Working in Tennessee Merle Haggard Vanguard Records October 4

Deaths[edit]

Hall of Fame Inductees[edit]

Country Music Hall of Fame Inductees[edit]

Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame Inductees[edit]

Major awards[edit]

Academy of Country Music[edit]

(presented April 1, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada)

American Country Awards[edit]

(presented December 5 in Las Vegas, Nevada)

American Music Awards[edit]

(presented November 20 in Los Angeles)

Canadian Country Music Association[edit]

(presented September 12 in Hamilton)

Country Music Association[edit]

(presented November 9 in Nashville)

CMT Music Awards[edit]

(presented June 8 in Nashville)

Grammy Awards[edit]

(presented February 12, 2012)

Juno Awards[edit]

(presented April 1, 2012 in Ottawa)

Further reading[edit]

  • Kingsbury, Paul, "The Grand Ole Opry: History of Country Music. 70 Years of the Songs, the Stars and the Stories," Villard Books, Random House; Opryland USA, 1995
  • Kingsbury, Paul, "Vinyl Hayride: Country Music Album Covers 1947–1989," Country Music Foundation, 2003 (ISBN 0-8118-3572-3)
  • Millard, Bob, "Country Music: 70 Years of America's Favorite Music," HarperCollins, New York, 1993 (ISBN 0-06-273244-7)
  • Whitburn, Joel, "Top Country Songs 1944–2005 – 6th Edition." 2005.

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