Weekday mornings at 6:55 we bring you a look back at Country Music History with our daily KLAW Classic. Each day we bring you our favorite number ones from that day in country music history. Here's are your look back at some of the other songs that hit the top of the country charts, this week in history:

  • Monday

    February 23rd

    Mike Reid was a former NFL lineman and college wrestler, turned singer/songwriter. After his playing days were over, Reid began penning songs for Ronnie Milsap ("Stranger In My House") among others.

    As a recording artist, he landed 7 singles on the country charts, including "Walk On Faith", which spent two weeks at number 1 in 1991.

  • Tuesday

    February 24th

    Loretta Lynn was already well on the way to legendary status when she released the controversial "Rated X" in November of 1972.

    Banned by several country music radio stations, the song, which dealt with the stigma faced by divorced women during the early '70s, and was regarded as somewhat controversial at the time, due to its frank language.

    The single spent just one week at number one and a total of fourteen weeks on the chart.

  • Wednesday

    February 25th

    Originally written by Benny Gallagher & Graham Lyle for their 1975 album Breakaway, Don Williams covered "Stay Young", releasing it as a single in late 1983. It was only the third of 17 #1's that Williams charted, that the "Gentle Giant" didn't write himself.

    The single spent one week at number one, 12 weeks total on the charts

  • Thursday

    February 26th

    Written by two of country music's most prolific song writers, Bobby Braddock & Matraca Berg, "Faking Love" climbed to #1 for T.G. Sheppard and Karen Brooks in 1983.

    The song was released as the second single from Sheppard's 1982 album Perfect Stranger, and was the only pairing of Sheppard and Brooks. The single spent 1 week at #1 and 13 weeks total on the country chart.

  • Friday

    February 27th

    Written by Dianne Warren as the love theme for the 1998 Bruce Willis movie "Armegeddon", "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" is most recognizable as a mega hit for rock uber-group Aerosmith and was top 20 year-end single for the group.

    Later in 1998, Mark Chesnutt covered the song, adding a country twist to the tune. His version spent two weeks on the top of the Billboard Country chart in 1999, the final of his 8 number 1's. It's also the first of two Chesnutt single that reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at #17 on that chart in early 1999.

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