There has been a lot of movement on the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 chart this week! Rachael Fahim jumps back into no. 1 position after a decent break. Middle Ground previously held the top spot for four weeks, before being dethroned by The Wolfe Brothers back in January.
Behind Fahim is US band Parmalee & Blanco Brown with Just The Way at #2, The Wolfe Brothers‘ Anybody Ever at #3, What’s Your Country Song by Thomas Rhett (#4) and Blake Shelton’s Minimum Wage in fifth.
Love Songs Ain’t For Us by Amy Shark feat. Keith Urban makes a jump into #6. Troy Cassar-Daley moves into #7 with Back On Country from his The World Today new album, just ahead of Taylor Swift feat. HAIM (#8), Darlinghurst (#9) and Andrew Swift’s Head Full of Honey rounding out the coveted top 10.
Gabby Barrett‘s The Good Ones (#34), Bryce Sainty with On The Weekend at #37, Fanny Lumsden’s Dig (#42), Little Quirks (#45) and Loud by Hinterland (#49) all re-entered the Top 50 this week.
However, there were plenty of new entries this week! The songs that made the biggest impacts were Casey Barnes’ Come Turn Me On, which debuts at #12 and Brad Cox’s Beau In The Back at #13. Lucie Tiger’s Found Me Home (which we premiered at the end of last month) enters at #27.