Top 10 Country Songs Remembering 9/11 [VIDEO]
This Sunday, September 11, marks the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. We remember our fellow Americans who not only died on that day, but those who perished defending our country because of these heinous acts.
Many songs were written to commemorate this day, and our friends at Country Countdown USA are reminding us of some of the best, and most poignant. We also have video of arguably the most famous country song to be written about those events, 'Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning', which was debuted by Alan Jackson at the 2001 CMA Awards in Nashville.
God Bless America!
- 'Riding with Private Malone' - David Ball
- 'America Will Survive' - Hank Williams Jr
- 'Letters From Home' - John Michael Montgomery
- 'If You're Reading This' - Tim McGraw
- 'Where the Stars & Stripes & the Eagle Fly' - Aaron Tippen
- 'Only in America' - Brooks & Dunn
- 'American Soldier' - Toby Keith
- 'Have You Forgotten' - Darryl Worley
- 'Courtesy of the Red, White, & Blue' - Toby Keith
- 'Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning') - Alan Jackson