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Rich promoted the song, which addresses the Chrysler and General Motors bailouts, at Michigan radio stations. 34 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the chart week of February 14, 2009, becoming his first solo Top 40 hit and peaking at No. A third single, "The Good Lord and the Man", debuted at No. Country Done Come to Town was released as a single from Rich Rocks in mid-2010 and was a minor chart success.
In 2007, Rich hosted the first season of a reality show on Country Music Television called Gone Country, which featured celebrities such as Brady Bunch actress Maureen Mc Cormick, singers Bobby Brown, Sisqo, Julio Iglesias Jr., Dee Snider, Carnie Wilson and American Idol runner-up Diana De Garmo as they try to become songwriters with the help of Nashville songwriters as the celebrities are paired together with the songwriters.
These albums accounted for ten singles on the country charts, including the Number One "Lost in This Moment".
Rich also co-wrote all of the duo's singles, primarily with Big Kenny.
While in Lonestar, Rich was the bass guitarist and, on some occasions, the lead singer (one of the band's singles, "Heartbroke Every Day," featured his lead vocals).
Rich also co-wrote two of the band's singles: "Come Cryin' to Me" and "Say When", the former being a number-one single for the group. Afterward, Rich became a solo artist with BNA Records, the same label to which Lonestar was signed.
In episode 5, he lost as Project Manager for the men's team, Backbone.
Records: Horse of a Different Color, Comin' to Your City and Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, in 2004, 20 respectively.
In the same time span, he co-wrote multiple singles for other artists, including the Number One hits "Redneck Woman" for Wilson, "Mississippi Girl" for Faith Hill and "Why" for Jason Aldean.
He also has a co-write on Taylor Swift's 2008 album, Fearless, titled "The Way I Loved You".
The show was filmed at the former home of Barbara Mandrell. Rich also served as a judge on the 2008 version of Nashville Star on NBC along with Jewel, singer-songwriter Jeffrey Steele, and host Billy Ray Cyrus.
Rich was a candidate in the 2011 season of The Celebrity Apprentice, which premiered on March 6.