Love Songs Ain’t For Us by Amy Shark feat Keith Urban moves into #1 on the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 country airplay chart this week. no body no crime by Taylor Swift feat. HAIM moves into second, ahead of Casey Barnes’ Come Turn Me On at #3, as last week’s chart topper Blake Shelton slips down to #4.
The biggest mover this week is Canadian MacKenzie Porter who rises from #46 into #5 with These Days. Vixens Of Fall also continue their epic rise moving into #6, ahead of Troy Cassar-Daley (#7), Thomas Rhett (#8), Parmalee & Blanco Brown with Just The Way (#9) and Brad Cox‘s Beau In The Back (#10).
Some other big movers include Jasmine Rae with Fraudulent at #19, Lucie Tiger’s Found My Home (which we were lucky to premiere here) at #20, Dierks Bentley (#27) and Riley Catherall (check out his My Countrytown feature here) moves up ten space into #30 with Vacant Lot.
All previous songs who were dubbed as our Song of the Day – Darlinghurst with Where Do We Go (#12), Head Full of Honey by Andrew Swift (#13) and Seaforth’s Breakups #17 – remain unchanged this week. As does Kenny Chesney’s Happy Does at #47 for a second week.
It was a big week for new tracks with Holding Pattern by Camille Trail and Brad Butcher making a huge impact in its first week coming in at #28, just ahead of Courtney Kiel’s Hummingbird at #29, our previous Song of the Day Coming Home by Adam Brand and Darius Rucker all debuting new tracks.
For all the chart action, head over to check out the latest Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 country airplay chart and follow our Spotify Playlists for all the great tunes every week!
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