Heartbreaker's Hall of Fame is the first studio album by American country music singer Sunny Sweeney. It was released in 2007 via Big Machine Records. The album included the singles "If I Could", "Ten Years Pass" and "East Texas Pines", none of which charted.
The album has received favorable reviews from music critics. Michael Berick, who reviewed the album for Allmusic, gave it four stars out of five, calling it a "a refreshing slice of traditional honky tonk enlivened with a dollop of rock & roll energy[…]She has a strong idea of who she is as a singer and performer, and her instincts are proven correct on this impressive effort." Chris Willman of Entertainment Weekly gave it a B+ rating, calling it "the kind of roadhouse fare typically tagged 'too country for country'."Country Standard Time critic Stuart Munro gave a favorable review as well, noting the mix of material on the album, and describing Sweeney's voice as being "full of sass and syrupy twang."