Ranking All 16 of Randy Travis' No. 1 Songs 

Randy Travis was a country performer who clung to his origins and loved old-school country music and storytelling.  

Travis joined Music City in 1982, during the Urban Cowboy phase. Mickey Gilley, Kenny Rogers, and Anne Murray dominated the pop-country genre, named for the John Travolta film.  

After Travis came, the neo-traditional country era that made George Strait, Alan Jackson, and Travis famous began.  

Travis is known for his love of organic, rootsy country music. With his 1985 Warner Music Nashville debut single, “On the Other Hand,” the Marshville, N.C.  

native introduced his unique country sound, influenced by Hank Williams, George Jones, Ernest Tubb, and Lefty Frizzell.  

Not a smash at first, the label re-released it following his second song “1982,” and it topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in 1986.   

After that, the singer had 16 No. 1 hits on the same chart, including “Three Wooden Crosses,” “I Told You So,” “Diggin’ Up Bones,” and “Forever And Ever, Amen.”   

“This music business starts with a song. You'll fail without a music that moves them. Never mind a novelty title song. People must relate to it.”  

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