Well, it appears Darlinghurst is the victor in the biggest local chart battle of the year, with Unfaithful at #1 for a second week on the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 Country Airplay Chart. O’Shea moves into #2 with Nashville, Indiana with Jimmie Allen and Brad Paisley’s Freedom Was A Highway remaining at #3.
Casey Barnes’ Come Turn Me On moves up into #4, ahead of This Is Us by Southbound. Hayley Jensen is at #6 with Karma (a slight drop from last week) with Startin’ Something by the Wolfe Brothers and LOCASH hitting the top 10 for the first time at #7.
There was also a big jump for Say The Word by Andrew Swift featuring Cass Hopetoun, which moves forward fifteen spots into #8. Jake Owen is at #9, with Blake Dantier moving an equally impressive sixteen spots to round out the coveted top 10.
Other songs with forward momentum include Gabby Barrett’s The Good Ones up six spaces (#12) and Beau In The Back by Brad Cox at #13. Things A Man Oughta Know by Lainey Wilson also jumps into #16. Our biggest mover, however, is God Only Knows by for KING & COUNTRY and Dolly Parton, which leaps a WHOPPING twenty-seven spots into #20. Scout’s Honour by Vixens Of Fall is also impressive, moving up from last week’s debut at #43 to #26 this week. Nobody by Dylan Scott is also up (#28).
Another One More Time by Hurricane Fall is the highest debut for the week, coming in at a massive #15 – we premiered the song and music video here. Other new entries include And You Will Have Your Way by Shane Nicholson at #36, Brett Young’s Not Yet at #41 and Waves by Luke Bryan at #45.
There are only a couple of re-entries this week with I Was On A Boat That Day by Old Dominion (#30), Taylor Swift with Mr. Perfectly Fine (Taylor’s Version) at #35 and I’m Coming Home by Adam Brand at #49 – we premiered the music video here.