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Classic Country Flashback – Johnny Cash, Donna Fargo, Alan Jackson

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It’s time to rewind the clock and remember what was at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Charts this week (August 2, 2013) in Country Music History.

50 Years Ago-1963

Ring Of Fire- Johnny Cash  (co-written by June Carter)

40 Years Ago-1973

You Were Always There- Donna Fargo

30 Years Ago- 1983

I Always Get Lucky With You- George Jones (co-written by Merle Haggard)

20 Years Ago- 1993

Chattahoochie- Alan Jackson

10 Years Ago- 2003

Red Dirt Road- Brooks and Dunn

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