I hope you are enjoying the great number ones on this 20 Years of Number Ones Labor Day Weekend.  You already know who had the most number ones from 1992-2012, but who had the biggest gap between number ones?

Here's a list of some folks with big gaps.

10. John Michael Montgomery

5 years and 5 months Sold to The Little Girl

9. Reba McEntire

5 years and 4 months Somebody to Consider Me Gone

8. Sara Evans

5 years and 8 months Suds In The Bucket to A Little Bit Stronger

7. Reba McEntire

6 years and 2 months If You See Him/If You See Her to Somebody

6. Travis Tritt

6 years and 4 months Foolish Pride to Best Of Intentions

5. Randy Travis

8 years and 8 months Whisper My Name to Three Wooden Crosses

4. Garth Brooks

9 years and 1 month To Make You Feel My Love to More Than A Memory

3. Trace Adkins

9 years and 11 months (This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing to Ladies Love Country Boys

2. Tracy Lawrence

11 years Time Marches On to Find Out Who Your Friends Are

1. Alabama

17 years and 6 months Reckless to Old Alabama