The Wolfe Brothers remain at number one for a fifth week in a row on the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 chart, but in a MAJOR plot twist no one saw coming (okay, we kind of had a feeling …) Where Do We Go by Darlinghurst moves from #12 to #2.
Rachel Fahim and Brad Cox slip down to #3 and #4, respectively. Troy Cassar-Daley’s Back On Country moves up one spot into fifth position, just ahead of Soundbound feat. Shannon Noll (#6), What’s Your Country Song by Thomas Rhett (#7) and Keith Urban & Pink at #8.
Tennessee by Katrina Burgoyne also makes a huge leap into the Top 10, moving up from #25 last week into #9. Rounding out the Top 10 is Fanny Lumsden, as Dig re-enters in tenth position.
Fun Fact – that means, 9 of the top 10 this week are Aussie!
Long Live by Florida Georgia Line exits the Top 10, sitting at #11, as does Arkansas by Chris Stapleton (#18). Luke Combs’ Better Together slips the most, down to #38 from #9, but his other song Forever After All holds strong at #36. Minimum Wage by Blake Shelton takes a leap from #38 last week to sit at #16.
Although there was a lot of movement around the middle of the charts, there were only three new entries this week, including Chelsea Berman (#22), Head Full of Honey by Andrew Swift (#26) and Little Quirks (#47).
Also, there are only two re-entries with Happy Anywhere by Blake Shelton feat. Gwen Stefani at #48 and Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen by Chase Rice feat. Florida Georgia Line holding on at #50.