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When Lonestar Earned Their First Number One Single “No News”

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Exactly 26 years ago in 1992, Lonestar was formed. Up to these days, the band is still actively performing and creating songs, though there were modifications with some of the members. Upon their arrival on the country music industry, the group launched their debut album. The album included their first massive hit single called “No News.” Not to mention, the song became their first number one single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

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In the course of Lonestar’s career, they already placed a total of 9 number ones on the said chart. But I’m pretty sure that the band will set more since they are still active in the industry. In the meantime, listen to “No News.” A song to reminisce their first success.

No News

Phil Barnhart, Sam Hogin, and Mark D. Sanders pooled resources for the words and lyrics of “No News.” Lonestar recorded and released the single on January 8, 1996, under their debut album “Lonestar.”

Moreover, “No News” was certified platinum. It received a massive response from the country music lovers. With this, it placed at the number one spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart on April 13, 1996.

Posted by Lonestar on Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Lonestar is composed of Richie McDonald, Michael Britt, Dean Sams, and Keech Rainwater. As mentioned above, Lonestar was formed in 1992. The band has charted more than twenty singles on the Billboard charts. On the other hand, they have a total of nine number one singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Their most successful single was “Amazed” which placed at number one on Billboard hot 100. The song is the band’s hallmark single

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