Casey Barnes is back on top of the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 country airplay chart, pushing down last week’s number one, These Days by MacKenzie Porter to #2 ahead of Brad Cox‘s Beau In The Back (#3).
Minimum Wage by Blake Shelton is at #4, with Dan + Shay (#5) and Luke Combs (#6) hot on the heels. Southbound come in at #7 with their single, This Is Us and Gabby Barrett is at #8. Love Songs Ain’t For Us by Amy Shark feat. Keith Urban slips down to #9 with Cass Hopetoun’s Who Needs Hawaii rounding out the coveted Top 10.
Coming in at #11 is Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90s by Sam Hunt, up eleven spaces from last week! Other big movers include Jordan Davis with Lose You (#16) and Harvest On Vinyl by Shane Nicholson (#22) – you can find out his inspiration for the track here. Break It Easy by Vixens Of Fall leaps ten spaces ahead, coming in at #25. Jess Moskaluke feat. Travis Collins’ Leave Each Other Alone jumps into #29, ahead of the banger, Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home) by Elle King and Miranda Lambert, up at #30.
Where Have You Gone by Alan Jackson also moves an impressive thirteen spaces into #34. There was also some significant movement from Andrew Farriss (#38) and Fraudulent by Jasmine Rae (#39).
Some new re-entries this week, with Felicity Urquhart and Josh Cunningham’s Spare Parts at #27 and You Ain’t Going Nowhere by Paul Field and Jimmy Barnes at #43. Dear August by PJ Harding and Noah Cyrus (#48) also re-enters the charts, as does Carly Pearce (#49) and Luke Bryan with One Margarita at #50.
There were plenty on new entries too! We All Need Love by Sam Hawksley feat. Wendy Matthews comes in at #35. Matt Ward makes his debut at #36, followed behind Eric Church at #40 and Annie June by Lily Grace and James Blundell (#41). Our good mates, Good Will Remedy hit the charts at #42, with their catchy single, Lightning Bolt – we premiered it here. Hailey Whitters feat. Jordan Davis’ The Ride at #35 and Stop & Stare by Michaela Jenke (#47) – we premiered the video here – also debut.