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Garth Brooks' 35 Top 10 Country Airplay Hits: From 'The Dance' & 'Friends in Low Places' to 'Ask Me How I Know'

  Garth Brooks performs during The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood at Wells Fargo Center on March 24, 2017 in Philadelphia

The country superstar has charted top 10s in the '90s, '00s and, now, '10s.

On the latest Country Airplay chart (dated Nov. 4), Garth Brooks earns his first top 10 hit in 10 years, as "Ask Me How I Know" rises 12-10 in its 31st charting frame.
The song, from his 2016 album Gunslinger and which concurrently becomes Brooks' first entry on the Billboard Hot 100 in 10 years (debuting at No. 98), earns the country legend his 35th top 10 hit on Country Airplay, the ninth-best total in the chart's 27-year history. George Strait leads with 61, followed by Tim McGraw (57), Kenny Chesney (53), Alan Jackson (51), Toby Keith (42), Brooks & Dunn (41), Keith Urban (38), Reba McEntire (36) and Brooks.
Additionally, of Brooks' 35 Country Airplay top 10s, more than half (18) have reached No. 1. (McGraw holds the record for the most leaders: 29.)
In honor of Brooks' latest top 10 Country Airplay hit, here's a rundown, in chronological order, of each of his 35 songs to reach the region, from "Not Counting You" in 1990 to "Ask Me How I Know." (Brooks scored two hits that peaked before the list's launch in January 1990: "Much Too Young [To Feel This Damn Old]" and "If Tomorrow Never Comes," which ranked at No. 22 on the inaugural chart.)
Title, Peak Position (Weeks at No. 1), Peak Date
"Not Counting You," No. 2, April 7, 1990
"The Dance," No. 1 (three weeks), July 14, 1990
"Friends in Low Places," No. 1 (four weeks), Oct. 6, 1990
"Unanswered Prayers," No. 1 (two weeks), Jan. 12, 1991
"Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House," No. 1 (one week), April 6, 1991
"The Thunder Rolls," No. 1 (two weeks), June 22, 1991
"The Thunder Rolls" is currently a rock hit, as covered (in crunchier form) by All That Remains. The band's version rises 31-29 on Mainstream Rock Songs.
"Rodeo," No. 3, Oct. 5, 1991
"Shameless," No. 1 (two weeks), Nov. 16, 1991
The song was written by Billy Joel, marking his lone No. 1 as a writer on Country Airplay. Joel originally released the song on his 1989 album Storm Front. Eventually released as a single once Brooks' version became a country hit, Joel's reached No. 40 on the Adult Contemporary chart in early 1992.
"What She's Doing Now," No. 1 (four weeks), Feb. 15, 1992
"Papa Loved Mama," No. 3, May 16, 1992
"The River," No. 1 (one week), July 25, 1992
The song became the fifth Country Airplay top 10 from Brooks' album Ropin' the Wind, his first of two sets to generate that many top 10 hits.
"Somewhere Other Than the Night," No. 1 (one week), Jan. 16, 1993
"Learning to Live Again," No. 2, April 3, 1993
"That Summer," No. 1 (one week), July 3, 1993
"Ain't Going Down (Til The Sun Comes Up)," No. 1 (two weeks), Sept. 18, 1993



"American Honky-Tonk Bar Association," No. 1 (one week), Dec. 4, 1993
"Standing Outside the Fire," No. 3, March 26, 1994
"One Night a Day," No. 7, July 23, 1994
In Pieces marks Brooks' second album to yield as many as five Country Airplay top 10s, capped by ballad "One Night a Day."
"Callin' Baton Rouge," No. 2, Oct. 22, 1994
"She's Every Woman," No. 1 (one week), Oct. 21, 1995
"The Beaches of Cheyenne," No. 1 (one week), March 16, 1996
"It's Midnight Cinderella," No. 5, Sept. 7, 1996
"That Ol' Wind," No. 4, Dec. 28, 1996
"In Another's Eyes" (Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks), No. 2, Nov. 1, 1997
The song became the first, and only top 10, of seven charted collaborations between Brooks and now-wife Yearwood. They married in 2005.
"Longneck Bottle," No. 1 (three weeks), Dec. 20, 1997
"She's Gonna Make It," No. 2, March 7, 1998
"Two Pina Coladas," No. 1 (one week), May 9, 1998
"To Make You Feel My Love," No. 1 (one week), Aug. 1, 1998
"You Move Me," No. 3, Nov. 7, 1998
"It's Your Song," No. 9, Nov. 28, 1998
"Wild Horses," No. 7, Feb. 17, 2001
"Wrapped Up in You," No. 5, Jan. 26, 2002
"Good Ride Cowboy," No. 3, Dec. 31, 2005
"More Than a Memory," No. 1 (one week), Sept. 15, 2007
The song stands as the only title ever to debut at No. 1 in the Country Airplay chart's history. Following its one week on top, it logged another 14 weeks in the top 10.
"Ask Me How I Know," No. 10 (to date), Nov. 4, 2017

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