Do you recall these Country hits of '73?

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1973 was an important year in the history of country music. The genre continued to progress as a commercial entity, as reflected by Billboard's decision to increase the number of positions in its Hot Country Singles chart, extending the rankings from 75 to 100. This was the first year Willie Nelson hosted his annual Fourth of July picnic. The Dean Martin Show became Dean Martin Presents Music Country for the summer.

How well do you recall the hits of the era? Do you think you'll remember Billboard's Hot Country number one singles? Take this quiz to find out, and make sure you share your thoughts with us in the comments section below!

  1. The first song to reach #1 on the 1973 Hot Country Singles chart was "She's Got to Be a Saint," the seventh #1 for which artist?
  2. Who was the youngest artist to score a #1 hit in 1973?
  3. "I wish I was a teddy bear ..." sang which artist with her March chart-topper?
  4. Loretta Lynn had three #1 hits in 1973. Which one was about the stigma divorced women faced during the era?
  5. Having already succeeded in writing hits for other stars, Kris Kristofferson scored his only #1 hit as a solo act in '73. Which song was it?
  6. Tammy Wynette had a #1 hit with which song, sharing a name with a later television production?
  7. Which artist spent a record six weeks atop the charts in '73, one of which was from a duet with Loretta Lynn?
  8. Which of these stars did NOT have a #1 single in 1973?
  9. Which of these singers had three #1s in 1973?
  10. The aptly-titled "If We Make it Through December" was the final #1 single of '73. Who sang it?

Do you recall these Country hits of '73?

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