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2018 in Country Music

This is a list of notable events in country music that took place in 2018.

Events

Top hits of the year

The following songs placed within the Top 20 on the Hot Country Songs, Country Airplay, and/or Canada Country charts in 2018:

Singles released by American and Australian artists

Songs Airplay Canada Single Artist References
21 11 22 "All Day Long" Garth Brooks [12]
6 2 2 "All on Me" Devin Dawson [13]
8 17 16 "Babe" Sugarland
featuring Taylor Swift
[14]
5 1 1 "Best Shot" Jimmie Allen [15]
5 1 2 "Blue Tacoma" Russell Dickerson [16]
19 18 26 "Born to Love You" Lanco [17]
14 16 50 "Boy" Lee Brice [18]
4 2 34 "Break Up in the End" Cole Swindell [19]
5 1 3 "Broken Halos" Chris Stapleton [20]
11 3 1 "Coming Home" Keith Urban
featuring Julia Michaels
[21]
5 9 8 "Cry Pretty" Carrie Underwood [22]
8 13 4 "Desperate Man" Eric Church [23]
14 15 22 "Downtown's Dead" Sam Hunt [24]
3 1 1 "Drowns the Whiskey" Jason Aldean
featuring Miranda Lambert
[25]
12 7 25 "Drunk Girl" Chris Janson [26]
6 2 2 "Drunk Me" Mitchell Tenpenny [27]
9 1 16 "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" David Lee Murphy
& Kenny Chesney
[28]
4 -- -- "Famous" Mason Ramsey [29]
11 12 3 "Female" Keith Urban [21]
4 1 2 "Five More Minutes" Scotty McCreery [30]
7 1 6 "For the First Time" Darius Rucker [31]
2 1 1 "Get Along" Kenny Chesney [32]
17 15 43 "Get to You" Michael Ray [33]
15 6 10 "A Girl Like You" Easton Corbin [34]
8 2 4 "Hangin' On" Chris Young [35]
18 13 32 "Happens Like That" Granger Smith [36]
22 15 33 "Heart Break" Lady Antebellum [37]
2 1 1 "Heaven" Kane Brown [38]
21 13 13 "Hide the Wine" Carly Pearce [39]
6 2 14 "Hooked" Dylan Scott [40]
5 1 2 "Hotel Key" Old Dominion [41]
7 1 14 "I Could Use a Love Song" Maren Morris [42]
8 3 3 "I Lived It" Blake Shelton [43]
7 1 1 "I Was Jack (You Were Diane)" Jake Owen [44]
28 17 43 "Kinda Don't Care" Justin Moore [45]
11 3 20 "Kiss Somebody" Morgan Evans [46]
12 6 23 "Last Shot" Kip Moore [47]
10 1 3 "Legends" Kelsea Ballerini [48]
6 1 1 "Life Changes" Thomas Rhett [49]
3 1 1 "Like I Loved You" Brett Young [50]
7 3 7 "The Long Way" Brett Eldredge [51]
1 1 1 "Lose It" Kane Brown [52]
7 1 2 "Losing Sleep" Chris Young [53]
23 15 12 "Make a Little" Midland [54]
2 1 1 "Marry Me" Thomas Rhett [55]
1 1 7 "Meant to Be" Bebe Rexha
& Florida Georgia Line
[56]
2 1 8 "Mercy" Brett Young [50]
4 1 1 "Most People Are Good" Luke Bryan [57]
14 -- -- "Must've Never Met You" Luke Combs [58]
24 20 35 "Neon Church" Tim McGraw [59]
3 1 1 "One Number Away" Luke Combs [60]
22 15 38 "The Ones That Like Me" Brantley Gilbert [61]
18 25 48 "The Rest of Our Life" Tim McGraw
and Faith Hill
[62]
8 4 2 "Rich" Maren Morris [63]
7 2 8 "Round Here Buzz" Eric Church [64]
2 1 1 "She Got the Best of Me" Luke Combs [65]
2 1 1 "Simple" Florida Georgia Line [66]
4 1 1 "Singles You Up" Jordan Davis [67]
1 1 2 "Speechless" Dan + Shay [68]
4 1 2 "Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset" Luke Bryan [69]
12 8 3 "Take Back Home Girl" Chris Lane
featuring Tori Kelly
[70]
1 1 1 "Tequila" Dan + Shay [71]
14 10 20 "Turnin' Me On" Blake Shelton [72]
5 1 1 "Up Down" Morgan Wallen
featuring Florida Georgia Line
[73]
7 1 1 "Woman, Amen" Dierks Bentley [74]
3 1 1 "Written in the Sand" Old Dominion [75]
9 10 17 "You Broke Up with Me" Walker Hayes [76]
2 1 1 "You Make It Easy" Jason Aldean [77]
3 1 2 "Yours" Russell Dickerson [78]

Singles released by Canadian artists

Songs Airplay Canada Single Artist References
-- -- 1 "8th Day" Dean Brody [79]
-- -- 15 "18 Ends" Petric [80]
-- -- 9 "All About Her" Paul Brandt [81]
-- -- 8 "Anthem" Brett Kissel [82]
-- -- 12 "The Bad Guy" Meghan Patrick [83]
-- -- 16 "Bittersweet" Paul Brandt
featuring Lindsay Ell
[84]
-- -- 19 "Blame It on the Neon" Leaving Thomas [85]
-- -- 9 "Born and Raised" Hunter Brothers [86]
-- -- 7 "Camouflage" Jess Moskaluke [87]
-- -- 5 "Country Music Made Me Do It" Meghan Patrick [88]
28 19 1 "Criminal" Lindsay Ell [89]
-- -- 3 "Dear Drunk Me" Chad Brownlee [90]
-- -- 5 "Denim on Denim" Tebey [91]
-- -- 1 "Dive Bar" Gord Bamford [92]
-- -- 8 "Do It with You" Andrew Hyatt [93]
-- -- 16 "Downtown Kids" David James [94]
-- -- 11 "Feel Like That" Washboard Union [95]
-- -- 10 "Forever Rebels" Tim Hicks [96]
-- -- 18 "Get Me There" Shawn Austin [97]
-- -- 6 "Good Goodbye" Dean Brody [98]
-- -- 6 "Good Together" James Barker Band [99]
-- -- 6 "Got Your Name on It" Jade Eagleson [100]
-- -- 8 "Guitars and Gasoline" Brett Kissel [101]
-- -- 12 "Habit" Andrew Hyatt [102]
-- -- 16 "Little Girl" Kira Isabella [103]
-- -- 6 "Long Live the Night" Reklaws [104]
-- -- 4 "Loud" Tim Hicks [96]
-- -- 1 "Make 'Em Like You" Dallas Smith [105]
-- -- 9 "Miss Me Yet" Aaron Goodvin [106]
-- -- 13 "Money" Cold Creek Country [107]
-- -- 11 "Neon Love" Madeline Merlo [108]
-- -- 10 "Neon Smoke" Gord Bamford [109]
-- -- 3 "One Drink Ago" Dallas Smith
& Terri Clark
[110]
-- -- 6 "The Road" Emerson Drive [111]
11 7 -- "She's with Me" (U.S. release) High Valley [112]
-- -- 1 "Sleepin' Around" Dallas Smith [110]
-- -- 16 "Sun Set on It" David James [113]
-- -- 9 "Those Were the Nights" Hunter Brothers [114]
-- -- 1 "Walls Come Down" Meghan Patrick [115]
-- -- 15 "What We're Made Of" Washboard Union [116]
-- -- 1 "Who's Gonna Love You" Tebey [117]
-- -- 17 "The Worst Kind" Tim Hicks
& Lindsey Ell
[118]
-- -- 6 "Worth a Shot" Aaron Pritchett [119]
-- -- 10 "Young Forever" High Valley [120]

Notes

  • "--" denotes releases that did not chart
  • A^ Current singles.

Top new album releases

The following albums placed on the Top Country Albums charts in 2018:

US Album Artist Record Label Release Date Reference
1 All of It Cole Swindell Warner Bros. Nashville August 17 [121]
5 Amos Michael Ray Atlantic Nashville June 1 [122]
2 Bigger Sugarland Big Machine June 8 [123]
5 Creeker Upchurch Redneck Nation April 20 [124]
1 Cry Pretty Carrie Underwood 19/Capitol Nashville September 14 [125]
1 Dan + Shay Dan + Shay Warner Bros. Nashville June 22 [126]
5 Dark Horse Devin Dawson Warner Bros. Nashville January 19 [127]
1 Desperate Man Eric Church EMI Nashville October 5 [128]
1 Experiment Kane Brown RCA Nashville November 9 [129]
3 Find a Light Blackberry Smoke 3 Legged Records April 6 [130]
10 Florida Georgia Line (EP) Florida Georgia Line Republic Nashville June 1 [131]
7 Girl Going Nowhere Ashley McBryde Warner Bros. Nashville March 30 [132]
1 Golden Hour Kacey Musgraves MCA Nashville March 30 [133]
1 Graffiti U Keith Urban Capitol Nashville April 27 [134]
1 Hallelujah Nights Lanco Arista Nashville January 19 [135]
3 Here's to You Montgomery Gentry Average Joes February 2 [136]
6 Home State Jordan Davis MCA Nashville March 23 [137]
2 I Serve a Savior Josh Turner MCA Nashville October 26 [138]
1 Interstate Gospel Pistol Annies RCA Nashville November 2 [139]
9 Johnny Cash: Forever Words Various Artists Legacy April 6
8 Laps Around the Sun Chris Lane Big Loud July 13 [140]
3 Last Man Standing Willie Nelson Legacy April 27 [141]
2 Lifers Cody Jinks Rounder July 27 [142]
3 Live from the Ryman Jason Isbell Thirty Tigers October 19 [143]
1 The Mountain Dierks Bentley Capitol Nashville June 8 [144]
6 Now That's What I Call Country, Volume 11 Various Artists Sony Music/Universal June 8
2 Port Saint Joe Brothers Osborne EMI Nashville April 20 [145]
1 Rearview Town Jason Aldean Broken Bow April 13 [146]
4 Restoration: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John and Bernie Taupin Various Artists UMG Nashville April 6
1 Seasons Change Scotty McCreery Triple Tigers March 16 [147]
1 Songs for the Saints Kenny Chesney Warner Music Nashville July 27 [148]
6 Supernatural Upchurch Redneck Nation September 7 [149]
5 Telling All My Secrets Mitchell Tenpenny Riser House/Columbia Nashville December 14 [150]
9 Things That We Drink To Morgan Evans Warner Music Nashville October 12 [151]
1 Ticket to L.A. Brett Young BMLG Records December 7 [152]
2 The Tree of Forgiveness John Prine Oh Boy Records April 13 [153]
9 Water (EP) Sister Hazel Croakin' Poets February 9 [154]
8 Wouldn't It Be Great Loretta Lynn Legacy September 28 [155]

Other top albums

US Album Artist Record Label Release Date Reference
13 Ameracal Adam Calhoun Adam Calhoun March 16 [156]
40 The Anthology Part III, LIVE Garth Brooks Pearl Records November 20 [157]
24 Dirt Rock The Lacs Average Joes May 4 [158]
41 Downey to Lubbock Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore Yep Roc June 1 [159]
16 Dumplin' Dolly Parton RCA Nashville/Dolly Records November 30 [160]
38 Elvis: '68 Comeback Special: 50th Anniversary Edition (soundtrack) Elvis Presley RCA Legacy November 30 [161]
17 Elvis Presley: The Searcher (Soundtrack) Elvis Presley RCA Legacy April 6 [162]
19 Hard Times and White Lines Whitey Morgan and the 78's Whitey Morgan Music October 26 [163]
11 If I Know Me Morgan Wallen Big Loud Mountain April 27 [164]
11 Mercury Lane Jimmie Allen Broken Bow/Stoney Creek October 12 [165]
35 Mitchell Tenpenny (EP) Mitchell Tenpenny Riser House February 23 [166]
35 No Zip Code David Lee Murphy Reviver April 6 [167]
41 One Drop of Truth The Wood Brothers Honey Jar February 2 [168]
27 Project X, Volume 1 Upchurch x Bottleneck Redneck Nation January 26 [169]
21 River Rat Upchurch Redneck Nation December 21 [170]
20 Room to Spare: The Acoustic Sessions Kip Moore MCA Nashville November 16 [171]
16 She Remembers Everything Rosanne Cash Blue Note Records November 2 [172]
42 Shooter Shooter Jennings Low Country Sound August 10 [173]
27 Solid Ground Wade Bowen Lil' Buddy Toons February 9 [174]
29 Sometimes Just the Sky Mary Chapin Carpenter Lambent Light March 30 [175]
17 Songs of the Plains Colter Wall Young Mary's October 12 [176]
21 Sparrow Ashley Monroe Warner Bros. Nashville April 20 [177]
23 They Were There: A Hero's Documentary (soundtrack} Granger Smith Wheelhouse Records November 30 [178]
20 Things Change American Aquarium New West Records June 1 [179]
21 The Throne Adam Calhoun Adam Calhoun November 2 [180]
16 'Til I'm Gone Frank Foster Lone Chief September 21 [181]
39 The Tree Lori McKenna CN Records July 20 [182]
32 The Voice: The Season 15 Collection Kirk Jay December 14
49 The Voice: The Season 15 Collection Chevel Shepherd December 14
14 Volunteer Old Crow Medicine Show Columbia Nashville April 20 [183]
46 Wind (EP) Sister Hazel Croakin' Poets September 7 [184]
20 WW III Wheeler Walker Jr. Thirty Tigers November 30 [185]
34 You Got 'Em All Trent Harmon Big Machine Label Group May 18 [186]

Deaths

Hall of Fame inductees

Bluegrass Hall of Fame

Country Music Hall of Fame inductees

  • Ricky Skaggs, bluegrass-influenced-and-styled singer-songwriter-musician and leading figure in the neotraditionalist movement of the 1980s onward (born 1954).[205]
  • Dottie West, leading singer of the 1960s and early 1970s, enjoyed pop-styled resurgence in late 1970s and early 1980s (1932-1991).[205]
  • Johnny Gimble, Western swing-styled musician and member of Bob Wills' Texas Playboys (1926-2015).[205]

Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductees

Major awards

Academy of Country Music

ACM Honors[207] (presented August 22 in Nashville)

Americana Music Honors & Awards

(presented on September 12, 2018)[208]

ARIA Awards

(presented in Sydney on November 28, 2018)[209]

CMT Awards

(presented on June 7, 2018 in Nashville)[210]

Country Music Association Awards

(presented on November 15, 2018 in Nashville)[211]

International Bluegrass Music Association Awards

(presented on September 27, 2018)[212]

See also

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