One Hit Wonders In Country Music [VIDEO]
Unfortunately we’ve seen it before in all types of music, one hit wonders! It’s not their fault they put out great songs hoping they would do well on the charts but sometimes things just don’t work out that way.
Chad Brock’s “Yes” went to #1 in 2000, in 2005 Brock went on to co-host a morning radio show in Tampa, Florida. In February 2010 Chad left radio and became Director of Programming for the new cable channel “The Country Network.
CHAD BROCK “YES”
Aaron Lines single “You can’t hide beautiful” reached #4 on the Billboard charts. Aaron continues to do what he loves making music.
AARON LINES “YOU CAN’T HIDE BEAUTIFUL”
Kellie’s “When you lie next to me” peaked at number 8 on the charts, she won Top Female Vocalist in 2003. Coffey did a campaign with the Susan G. Komen Foundation in the production of the video for the title track of her independent album, “Walk On”. The video features documentary footage of participants in breast cancer walks.
KELLIE COFFEY “WHEN YOU LIE NEXT TO ME”
Cyndi’s “What I really meant to say” spent 3 weeks on top on the country charts. In late 2002, Thomson, in a letter written to her record label, fans and friends, announced that she was walking away from her recording career. On October 29, 2009, Thomson released her first new music album in eight years, This Time, a digital-only EP featuring five original songs.
CYNDI THOMSON “WHAT I REALLY MEANT TO SAY”
Heartland’s “I loved her first” reached #1 on the charts in 2006. After its second and third singles performed poorly, the band exited Lofton Creek and signed to Country Thunder Records. The label folded in March 2009. In July, the band moved to Permian Records and released the single “Mustache.”
HEARTLAND ” I LOVED HER FIRST”
Ty England first worked with Garth Brooks being his guitarist and backup vocalist. In 1995, England left Brooks’ road band and signed to RCA Records in Nashville. In 1995 “Should’ve asked her faster” made in to #3 on the country charts. He did not release another album until 2007′s Alive and Well and Livin’ the Dream, which included the non-charting singles “Redneck Anthem” and “The Perfect Girl.”