Crossover Country

In the '70s, country artists began crossing over to the Top 40. Put on the songs that launched country music's unstoppable climb to the top of the pop charts.
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Curated by

Greg Torrington

Greg Torrington has years of experience in college and commercial radio. Greg was awarded Music Director of the Year at the first Canadian Music Week industry awards and is credited with breaking many prominent Canadian and international recording artists. Greg worked on projects for many of the Canada’s top artists, served on juries and talent committee. He also participated in music evaluation sessions and panels at numerous regional industry conferences across Canada. In recent years, Greg has ventured into artists consulting and personnel management. He is also a regular contributor and columnist for national music publications.

Artists

Conway Twitty
Charley Pride
Merle Haggard
Dolly Parton
Loretta Lynn
Waylon Jennings
Tammy Wynette
Johnny Cash
Ronnie Milsap
Mel Tillis

Chart

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Fancy
Bobbie Gentry
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The Devil Went Down To Georgia
The Charlie Daniels Band
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Suspicions
Eddie Rabbitt
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One Piece At A time
Johnny Cash
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Baby, Don't Get Hooked On Me
Mac Davis
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Before My Time
John Conlee
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I'm Not Lisa
Jessi Colter
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I Can Help
Billy Swan
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Satin Sheets
Jeanne Pruett
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Teddy Bear
Red Sovine