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Brian Collins 1970s Singer
Brian Collins
Origin Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Singer
Instruments Vocals
1971-1983
Labels Mega Records, ABC Records/Dot Records, RCA Records, Primero
Jack Greene

Brian Collins (born October 19, 1950 in Baltimore, Maryland[1]) is an American country music artist. Between 1973 and 1974, he recorded two albums for Dot Records. In that same time span, he charted three Top 40 singles on the Billboard country charts. His highest-charting single was a #10 cover of Jack Greene's "Statue of a Fool."

Discography

Albums

Year Album US Country
1973 This Is Brian Collins 34
1974 That's the Way Love Should Be --

Singles

Year Single Chart Positions Album
US Country CAN Country
1971 "All I Want to Do Is Say I Love You" 67 -- singles only
1972 "There's a Kind of Hush (All Over the World)" 47 --
"Spread It Around" 61 --
1973 "I Wish (You Had Stayed)" 24 16 This Is Brian Collins
1974 "I Don't Plan on Losing You" 43 31
"Statue of a Fool" 10 6
"That's the Way Love Should Be" 23 -- That's the Way Love Should Be
1975 "I'd Still Be in Love with You" 84 --
"Queen of Temptation" 83 -- singles only
1976 "To Show You That I Love You" 65 --
1977 "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)" 83 --
1978 "Old Flames (Can't Hold a Candle to You)" 86 --
1979 "Hello Texas" 94 --
1982 "Before I Got to Know Her" 80 --
1983 "Nickel's Worth of Heaven" 80 --

References

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel. The Billboard Book of Top 40 Country Hits. p. 85. 

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