Suzy Bogguss
by Bob Losche
August 15, 2011

Garth Brooks
by Leeann Ward
March 22, 2008

Rodney Crowell
by Leeann Ward
July 7, 2011

Dixie Chicks
by Kevin J. Coyne
October 12, 2008

Sara Evans
by Ben Foster
August 7, 2011

Vince Gill
by Leeann Ward
February 11, 2008

Emmylou Harris
by Kevin J. Coyne
February 20, 2008

Faith Hill
by Ben Foster
November 1, 2011

Alan Jackson
by Leeann Ward
February 23, 2008

Patty Loveless
by Blake Boldt
August 10, 2008

Kathy Mattea
by Kevin J. Coyne
August 13, 2008

Reba McEntire

Reba McEntire
by Zack Jodlowski
December 19, 2009

Dolly Parton
by Leeann Ward
November 30, 2008

Dolly Parton
by Kevin J. Coyne
December 21, 2008

Linda Ronstadt
by Erik North
February 13, 2009


Dan Seals
by Tad Baierlein
April 3, 2009

Todd Snider
by Kevin J. Coyne
August 29, 2008

George Strait
by Kevin J. Coyne
March 1, 2009

Pam Tillis
by Kevin J. Coyne
August 3, 2008

Randy Travis

Randy Travis
by Leeann Ward
July 26, 2008

Shania Twain
by Ben Foster
May 29, 2012


by Michael Allan
November 18, 2009


Trisha Yearwood
by Cory DeStein
January 15, 2009


by Leeann Ward
December 24, 2008


  1. Any chance of seeing Dolly, Reba, Dixie Chicks, Trisha Yearwood, or Wynonna in “Favorite songs by favorite acts”? LOL

  2. Yes, I’m sure there’s a good chance of all of them showing up on the feature at some point. I suspect Kevin is more of an expert on the women though, as evidenced by his “Greatest Women” undertaking.:)

  3. As long as people are commenting on this page, I just want to say that I love this feature and want to see more! It’s always fun comparing Kevin’s or your choices to mine and hearing the personal anecdotes attached to the songs.

  4. I really wish someone on this site would give an in-depth perspective on Tim McGraw’s Everywhere, both the single and the album. This is one of my favorite songs in country music, it just pulls you in and keeps you throughout the whole song. It’s great to listen to from start to finish, really his best work ever in my opinion, the song is what I am referring to, but really you could say the same for most of the album.

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