1965 in country music

1965 in country music DEFAULT

HOT COUNTRY SONGS

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What's He Doing In My World

Eddy Arnold

Stax

111212

This Is It

Jim Reeves

Alston

014443

I'll Keep Holding On (Just To Your Love)

Sonny James

Capitol

010554

You Don't Hear

Kitty Wells

Decca

08125

Girl On The Billboard

Del Reeves

Motown

013766

Ribbon Of Darkness

Marty Robbins

Columbia

08877

See The Big Man Cry

Charlie Louvin

Capitol

011998

Matamoros

Billy Walker

Columbia

0927179

Before You Go

Buck Owens

Dakar

04121110

Things Have Gone To Pieces

George Jones

Musicor

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10 Little Bottles

Johnny Bond

Starday

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Certain

Bill Anderson

Decca

0106813

A Tombstone Every Mile

Dick Curless

Tower

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Engine Engine #9

Roger Miller

Smash

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Blue Kentucky Girl

Loretta Lynn

Decca

03171616

I've Got Five Dollars And It's Saturday Night

George & Gene

Musicor

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I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water

Stonewall Jackson

Columbia

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Two Six Packs Away

Dave Dudley

Mercury

013111420

King Of The Road

Roger Miller

Smash

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I'm Gonna Feed You Now

Porter Wagoner

RCA Victor

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She's Gone Gone Gone

Lefty Frizzell

Columbia

06191923

My Old Faded Rose

Johnny Sea

Philips

09232724

Back In Circulation

Jimmy Newman

Decca

07162025

The Wishing Well (Down In The Well)

Hank Snow

RCA Victor

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Then And Only Then

Connie Smith

RCA Victor

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Because I Cared

Ernest

Hickory

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Loving You Then Losing You

Webb Pierce

Decca

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He Stands Real Tall

"Little" Jimmy Dickens

Columbia

09393430

Blame It On The Moonlight

Johnny Wright

Decca

05--4531

Queen Of The House

Jody Miller

Capitol

02--3832

Yes, Mr. Peters

Roy Drusky

Mercury

02363333

Six Lonely Hours

Kitty Wells

Decca

012222234

Just Thought I'd Let You Know

Carl Butler & Pearl

Columbia

011----35

I Can't Remember

Connie Smith

RCA Victor

01--4936

The Bridge Washed Out

Warner Mack

Decca

02413937

Forty Nine, Fifty One

Hank Locklin

RCA Victor

04303038

Orange Blossom Special

Johnny Cash

Columbia

016182339

I've Got A Tiger By The Tail

Buck Owens

Atlantic

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(From Now On All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers

Roy Drusky

Mercury

021----41

The First Thing Ev'ry Morning (And The Last Thing Ev'ry Night)

Jimmy Dean

Horizon

01504742

Gettin' Married Has Made Us Strangers

Dottie West

RCA Victor

03454343

She's Not For You

Willie Nelson

RCA Victor

05----44

Someone's Gotta Cry

Jean Shepard

Capitol

01474645

Freight Train Blues

Roy Acuff

Hickory

04----46

It's Alright

Bobby Bare

RCA Victor

01----47

Wild As A Wildcat

Charlie

Epic

01--4848

I Had One Too Many

Wilburn Brothers

Decca

02----49

Wrong Number

George Jones

United Artists

01--5050

Too Many Tigers

Tex Williams

Boone

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Sours: https://www.billboard.com/charts/country-songs/1965-06-04

Top 100 Country Songs in 1965

RankSongArtistTitle1 King Of The Road Roger Miller ►King Of The Road ► 2 Flowers on the Wall The Statler Brothers ►Flowers on the Wall ► 3 Engine, Engine #9 Roger Miller ►Engine, Engine #9 ► 4 You're The Only World I Know Sonny James ►You're The Only World I Know ► 5 England Swings Roger Miller ►England Swings ► 6 Make The World Go Away Eddy Arnold ►Make The World Go Away ► 7 I've Got A Tiger By The Tail Buck Owens ►I've Got A Tiger By The Tail ► 8 Before You Go Buck Owens ►Before You Go ► 9 Is It Really Over? Jim Reeves ►Is It Really Over? ► 10 This Is It Jim Reeves ►This Is It ► 11 May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose Little Jimmy Dickens ►May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose ► 12 What's He Doing In My World Eddy Arnold ►What's He Doing In My World ► 13 Behind The Tear Sonny James ►Behind The Tear ► 14 The First Thing Ev'ry Morning (And The Last Thing Ev'ry Night) Jimmy Dean ►The First Thing Ev'ry Morning (And The Last Thing Ev'ry Night) ► 15 Buckaroo Buck Owens ►Buckaroo ► 16 Girl On The Billboard Del Reeves ►Girl On The Billboard ► 17 Hello Vietnam Johnny Wright ►Hello Vietnam ► 18 10 Little Bottles Johnny Bond ►10 Little Bottles ► 19 Yes, Mr. Peters Roy Drusky & Priscilla Mitchell ►Yes, Mr. Peters ► 20 Only You (Can Break My Heart) Buck Owens ►Only You (Can Break My Heart) ► 21 Ribbon Of Darkness Marty Robbins ►Ribbon Of Darkness ► 22 The Bridge Washed Out Warner Mack ►The Bridge Washed Out ► 23 Orange Blossom Special Johnny Cash ►Orange Blossom Special ► 24 Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back Billy Edd Wheeler ►Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back ► 25 I Won't Forget You Jim Reeves ►I Won't Forget You ► 26 I'll Keep Holding On (Just To Your Love) Sonny James ►I'll Keep Holding On (Just To Your Love) ► 27 The Other Woman Ray Price ►The Other Woman ► 28 Queen Of The House Jody Miller ►Queen Of The House ► 29 Four Strong Winds Bobby Bare ►Four Strong Winds ► 30 Truck Drivin' Son-Of-A-Gun Dave Dudley ►Truck Drivin' Son-Of-A-Gun ► 31 Cross the Brazos at Waco Billy Walker ►Cross the Brazos at Waco ► 32 Livin' In A House Full Of Love David Houston ►Livin' In A House Full Of Love ► 33 Happy Birthday Loretta Lynn ►Happy Birthday ► 34 The Race Is On George Jones ►The Race Is On ► 35 Kansas City Star Roger Miller ►Kansas City Star ► 36 Yakety Axe Chet Atkins ►Yakety Axe ► 37 Then And Only Then Connie Smith ►Then And Only Then ► 38 The Belles Of Southern Bell Del Reeves ►The Belles Of Southern Bell ► 39 You Don't Hear Kitty Wells ►You Don't Hear ► 40 It Ain't Me, Babe Johnny Cash ►It Ain't Me, Babe ► 41 If I Talk To Him Connie Smith ►If I Talk To Him ► 42 What Kinda Deal Is This The Carlisles ►What Kinda Deal Is This ► 43 Sittin' In An All Nite Café Warner Mack ►Sittin' In An All Nite Café ► 44 Green, Green Grass Of Home Porter Wagoner ►Green, Green Grass Of Home ► 45 Tiger Woman Claude King ►Tiger Woman ► 46 It's Another World The Wilburn Brothers ►It's Another World ► 47 A Tombstone Every Mile Dick Curless ►A Tombstone Every Mile ► 48 (From Now On All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers Roy Drusky ►(From Now On All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers ► 49 One Dyin' And A Buryin' Roger Miller ►One Dyin' And A Buryin' ► 50 Love Bug George Jones ►Love Bug ► 51 It's Alright Bobby Bare ►It's Alright ► 52 Baby Wilma Burgess ►Baby ► 53 The Wishing Well (Down In The Well) Hank Snow ►The Wishing Well (Down In The Well) ► 54 See The Big Man Cry Charlie Louvin ►See The Big Man Cry ► 55 Blue Kentucky Girl Loretta Lynn ►Blue Kentucky Girl ► 56 The DJ Cried Ernest Ashworth ►The DJ Cried ► 57 Wild As A Wildcat Charlie Walker ►Wild As A Wildcat ► 58 I'll Repossess My Heart Kitty Wells ►I'll Repossess My Heart ► 59 Matamoros Billy Walker ►Matamoros ► 60 I Can't Remember Connie Smith ►I Can't Remember ► 61 I Thank My Lucky Stars Eddy Arnold ►I Thank My Lucky Stars ► 62 Three A.M. Bill Anderson ►Three A.M. ► 63 More Than Yesterday Slim Whitman ►More Than Yesterday ► 64 Artificial Rose Jimmy Newman ►Artificial Rose ► 65 I Wouldn't Buy A Used Car From Him Norma Jean ►I Wouldn't Buy A Used Car From Him ► 66 The Sons Of Katie Elder Johnny Cash ►The Sons Of Katie Elder ► 67 Take Me George Jones ►Take Me ► 68 I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water Stonewall Jackson ►I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water ► 69 Things Have Gone To Pieces George Jones ►Things Have Gone To Pieces ► 70 A Dear John Letter Bobby Bare and Skeeter Davis ►A Dear John Letter ► 71 Hicktown Tennessee Ernie Ford ►Hicktown ► 72 Meanwhile, Down At Joe's Kitty Wells ►Meanwhile, Down At Joe's ► 73 Walk Tall Faron Young ►Walk Tall ► 74 (My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers Merle Haggard ►(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers ► 75 The Home You're Tearin' Down Loretta Lynn ►The Home You're Tearin' Down ► 76 I've Got Five Dollars and It's Saturday Night Gene Pitney ►I've Got Five Dollars and It's Saturday Night ► 77 Watch Where You're Going Don Gibson ►Watch Where You're Going ► 78 Gonna Have Love Buck Owens ►Gonna Have Love ► 79 Bright Lights And Country Music Bill Anderson ►Bright Lights And Country Music ► 80 I'm Letting You Go Eddy Arnold ►I'm Letting You Go ► 81 Truck Driving Man George Hamilton IV ►Truck Driving Man ► 82 Pushed In A Corner Ernest Ashworth ►Pushed In A Corner ► 83 Certain Bill Anderson ►Certain ► 84 Crystal Chandelier Carl Belew ►Crystal Chandelier ► 85 She's Gone Gone Gone Lefty Frizzell ►She's Gone Gone Gone ► 86 Six Times A Day (The Trains Came Down) Dick Curless ►Six Times A Day (The Trains Came Down) ► 87 Who Do I Think I Am Webb Pierce ►Who Do I Think I Am ► 88 Back In Circulation Jimmy Newman ►Back In Circulation ► 89 Wrong Number George Jones ►Wrong Number ► 90 Wine Mel Tillis ►Wine ► 91 Do-Wacka-Do Roger Miller ►Do-Wacka-Do ► 92 Mister Garfield Johnny Cash ►Mister Garfield ► 93 Pass The Booze Ernest Tubb ►Pass The Booze ► 94 You Finally Said Something Good (When You Said Goodbye) Charlie Louvin ►You Finally Said Something Good (When You Said Goodbye) ► 95 Two Six Packs Away Dave Dudley ►Two Six Packs Away ► 96 Country Guitar Phil Baugh ►Country Guitar ► 97 Do What You Do Do Well Ernest Tubb ►Do What You Do Do Well ► 98 Least Of All George Jones ►Least Of All ► 99 A Tiger In My Tank Jim Nesbitt ►A Tiger In My Tank ► 100 Because I Cared Ernest Ashworth ►Because I Cared ►
Sours: https://playback.fm/charts/country/1965
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List of Hot Country Singles number ones of 1965

A blonde woman wearing a tan jacket and blue pants, singing into a microphone on a stage. A man playing a guitar is visible in the background.
Connie Smith(pictured in 2007)ended an eight-week run at number one in January. This would remain the longest run in the top spot by a female vocalist for nearly 50 years.

Hot Country Songs is a chart that ranks the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. In 1965, 19 different singles topped the chart, which was published at the time under the title Hot Country Singles, in 52 issues of the magazine. Chart placings were based on playlists submitted by country music radio stations and sales reports submitted by stores.[1]

At the start of the year, Connie Smith was at number one with "Once a Day", the song's sixth week atop the chart,[2] and remained at number one until the issue dated January 23, 1965, when it was displaced by "You're the Only World I Know" by Sonny James. "Once a Day"'s total of eight consecutive weeks at number one set a new record for the longest unbroken run by a solo female singer atop the Hot Country chart which stood until 2012 when Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" remained atop the chart for nine consecutive weeks.[3] Smith was the only solo female vocalist to appear at number one on the country listing in 1965; the only other female artist to reach the top spot during the year was Priscilla Mitchell, who topped the chart with "Yes, Mr. Peters", a duet with Roy Drusky.

Buck Owens, one of the most successful recording artists of the mid-1960s,[4] spent the highest total number of weeks at number one in 1965 with thirteen. He also had the most number ones of the year, taking four different singles to the top spot. Three other artists achieved multiple number ones during the year, each topping the chart twice. Eddy Arnold, one of the biggest country music stars of the 1940s and early 1950s, had revitalized his somewhat declining career by embracing the "Nashville sound", a newer style of country music which eschewed elements of the earlier honky-tonk style in favor of smooth productions which had a broader appeal.[5][6] In 1965 he gained two number ones, the first of which, "What's He Doing in My World", was his first chart-topper since 1955.[7]Jim Reeves also achieved two chart-toppers in 1965, both of which were posthumous; the singer had been killed in a plane crash the previous year.[8] Sonny James also topped the chart twice during the year. Del Reeves, Warner Mack, Little Jimmy Dickens, and the duet pairing of Roy Drusky and Priscilla Mitchell all achieved their first career number ones in 1965.[9][10][11][12]Johnny Wright also reached number one for the first time as a solo artist;[13] he had previously spent time at number one in 1954 as half of the duo Johnnie & Jack,[14] but had been forced to go solo after his singing partner Jack Anglin was killed in a car crash in 1963.[15] Neither Wright nor any of the other acts to achieve a first career number one in 1965 would ever return to the top spot.[16]

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References[edit]

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  2. ^ ab"Hot Country Singles chart for January 2, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  3. ^Thanki, Juli (March 27, 2017). "Connie Smith's 'Once a Day' recording launched a legendary career". The Tennessean. Retrieved April 30, 2018.
  4. ^Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Buck Owens Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved May 4, 2018.
  5. ^Miller, Zell (1996). They Heard Georgia Singing. Mercer University Press. p. 22. ISBN .
  6. ^Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Eddy Arnold Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved May 4, 2018.
  7. ^Whitburn, Joel (1996). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Country Hits. Watson-Guptill. p. 30. ISBN .
  8. ^Vinopal, David. "Jim Reeves Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved April 30, 2018.
  9. ^Huey, Steve. "Del Reeves Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved May 7, 2018.
  10. ^"Warner Mack Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  11. ^"Little Jimmy Dickens – obituary". The Daily Telegraph. January 5, 2015. Retrieved May 10, 2018.
  12. ^Miller, Zell (1996). They Heard Georgia Singing. Mercer University Press. p. 103. ISBN .
  13. ^"Johnny Wright Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved May 10, 2018.
  14. ^Whitburn, Joel (1996). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Country Hits. Watson-Guptill. p. 163. ISBN .
  15. ^"Jack Anglin Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved July 1, 2020.
  16. ^Whitburn, Joel (1996). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Country Hits. Watson-Guptill. pp. 96, 99, 195, 262, 368. ISBN .
  17. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for January 9, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  18. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for January 16, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  19. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for January 23, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  20. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for January 30, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  21. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for February 6, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  22. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for February 13, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  23. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for February 20, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  24. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for February 27, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
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  32. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for April 24, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  33. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for May 1, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  34. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for May 8, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  35. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for May 15, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  36. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for May 22, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  37. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for May 29, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  38. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for June 5, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  39. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for June 12, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  40. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for June 19, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  41. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for June 26, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  42. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for July 3, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
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  48. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for August 14, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  49. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for August 21, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  50. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for August 28, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  51. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for September 4, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  52. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for September 11, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  53. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for September 18, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  54. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for September 25, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  55. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for October 2, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
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  57. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for October 16, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  58. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for October 23, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  59. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for October 30, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  60. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for November 6, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  61. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for November 13, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  62. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for November 20, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  63. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for November 27, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  64. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for December 4, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  65. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for December 11, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  66. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for December 18, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
  67. ^"Hot Country Singles chart for December 25, 1965". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2018.
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Hot_Country_Singles_number_ones_of_1965

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In country music 1965

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Top 100 Classic Country Songs of the 1960s - Greatest Old Country Music from the 60s

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